The metropolitan hub of the Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach is still a relatively young city as far as the East Coast is concerned. The area was initially developed around the turn of the century. In 1936 the Intercoastal Waterway was created, thus turning Myrtle Beach into the island it is today. The Myrtle Beach area has grown tremendously in the last 80 years as vacationers and transplants have come in like ocean waves.
To help you find some of the more popular destinations these days, we’ve collected a few of the most frequent Broadway Taxi stops in Myrtle Beach:
- Lake Broadway and Broadway at the Beach – an entertainment district surrounding Lake Broadway, Broadway at the Beach offers amusement parks, restaurants, and nightlife.
- Myrtle Beach Pelicans games – our local minor league baseball team is an affiliate of the Chicago Cubs and plays at TicketReturn.com Field.
- The Market Common – an “eat, shop, live, play” community offer restaurants, local and national retail offerings, a movie theatre, and more.
- Myrtle Beach Boardwalk & Promenade – more than a mile long, the Boardwalk is home to bars, restaurants, souvenir shops and SkyWheel, the largest Ferris wheel on the East Coast.
- Myrtle Beach International Airport – whether your coming or going, we can pick you up at the airport terminal or in front of your hotel
- The Beaches – of course, we can’t leave out the beaches. We get more than 2,800 hours of sun each year in Myrtle Beach – its almost always perfect beach weather.