Myrtle Beach shopping places are as varied as the number of seafood restaurants at the beach. You are only limited by the amount of time you have to shop and possibly the budget.
For example, my husband and I love to visit Myrtle beach and usually stay on the north end. We probably spend more time shopping than we do on the beach if we are being honest.
We love Barefoot Landing, Broadway at the Beach, Tanger Outlets, and never miss driving up to Callahan’s of Calabash to browse the Christmas store.
I found a lovely set of red dishes at the Roses store on Hwy. 17 in North Myrtle Beach a few years ago. If you are not familiar with Roses, it’s a discount variety store similar to Walmart but has been around a lot longer.
Table of Contents
- 1. Barefoot Landing
- 2. Boulineau’s of Cherry Grove Beach
- 3. Broadway at the Beach
- 4. Callahan’s of Calabash
- 5. Christmas Mouse
- 6. Coastal Grand Mall
- 7. Coastal North Town Center
- 8. Gay Dolphin Gift Cove
- 9. PGA Superstore
- 10. The Hammock Shops
- 11. The Market Common
- 12 & 13. Tanger Outlets Myrtle Beach
- More Myrtle Beach Area Info
- More Places To Visit in the South
Barefoot Landing provides great shopping in North Myrtle Beach. Enjoy a beautiful setting along the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway.
It is a huge place so be ready to walk. If you need a break, there are plenty of restaurants too.
If you are looking for boutiques in Myrtle Beach, you must visit Barefoot Landing. Shop 50+ unique boutiques along with major retail brand names you will recognize. Enjoy a little high-end shopping at Barefoot Landing. Yes, there is a Christmas store and it has a second floor.
But that’s not all you will find at Barefoot Landing.
More than a dozen restaurants call Barefoot Landing home, including waterfront dining. Plus don’t miss the candy, popcorn, or beef jerky stores to take some treats home with you.
Some of the favorites include House of Blues, Dick’s Last Resort, Greg Norman Australian Grille, and Wild Wing Cafe.
Alabama Theatre is located at Barefoot Landing with fabulous live shows. Check the Barefoot Landing website or follow their Facebook page for a schedule of concerts in the Spring and Summer.
There is also the beautiful Carousel, a great photo op for the kiddos, Alligator Adventure, a ropes course, and more to do.
There are multiple places for selfies with a nice background as you stroll along the boardwalk filled with mini trees and planters overflowing with flowers of the expansive complex.
The whole family can enjoy spending a day at Barefoot Landing.
If you are looking for a unique place to shop and explore, go to Boulineau’s. They are not only locally owned and operated but have been there, growing since 1948.
Boulineau’s began as one little grocery store and has grown to occupy 85,000 square feet on two floors. They hold the distinction of being one of the most unique grocery stores in the country.
The Barnacle Gift Shop occupies 2 floors and includes a Jewelry department. Find all of your beach needs such as boogie boards, swimsuits, Rainbow®, Reef®, and Sanuk® footwear, and anything you may need to spend a day on the beach.
Ocean Treasures Resort Wear sells boutique-style clothing and accessories. Also, find a nice selection of sandals and flip-flops.
The cafeteria is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner but be sure you check their site for hours because they close for a short time between each meal.
Elizabeth’s Cafeteria serves hot food including fried chicken and a soup and salad bar. Oceanview dining.
The Dairy Hut ice cream shop with soft-serve cones, milkshakes, sundaes, and frozen yogurt. Plus, Hot dogs, nachos, BBQ, and sandwiches are available at the Dairy Hut.
Did you rent a beach house for a week and you want to cook a fish dinner. Head on over to Boulineau’s and visit their fresh seafood market.
What else is at Boulineau’s?
Hardware store, Fishing tackle, Hunting and Fishing License, Western Union, Bakery, car wash, gas station, and more. Basically, pretty much anything you might find yourself in need of while on vacation at Myrtle Beach, you can find right here.
Plan to spend a day exploring the over 100 shops along with kids attractions, live entertainment, and restaurants on the spacious 350-acre property. Recipient of the Trip Advisor Travelers Choice Award.
Located only 1 1/2 miles from the beach, Broadway at the Beach is home to nationally recognized store brands as well as many unique boutiques and shops.
Because there are over 100 stores, I will not attempt to name any but just so you know, there is a Christmas store. We enjoy buying a new Christmas ornament for our tree and to gift our daughters for their tree as well while we are on vacation. Creating memories.
You will find 20+ restaurants including Wahlburgers, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, Hard Rock, and even a Dave & Busters.
Looking for attractions to entertain the children? Begin with the Hollywood Wax Museum at Broadway at the Beach. It’s not just a wax museum because there are two more attractions in the same building.
20+attractions including a water park, Grand Prix with go-karts, mini-golf, and an arcade, Ripley’s Aquarium, TOPGOLF, Wonder Works, and more.
One of the best things about Broadway at the Beach is that there is something for everyone in the entire family to enjoy. You are sure to have tons of fun.
Technically located just across the state line, Callahan’s is about 10 miles from North Myrtle Beach in Calabash N.C. It is totally worth the short drive to visit the 35,000-square-foot gift shop. You will pass thrift stores and flea markets on the drive.
It’s a pleasant drive over to Callahan’s from Myrtle Beach and a must-do while on vacation. The Christmas shop is amazing. We wouldn’t dream of missing it on our Myrtle Beach trip. It’s one of the best places to shop for Christmas ornaments on vacation.
St. Nick Nacks Christmas shop
Over 150 decorated Christmas trees to inspire you. More than one million ornaments to shop and more than a thousand spools of ribbon to swoon over.
Brands they carry include; Christopher Radko, Department 56, Jim Shore, Mark Roberts Fairies and more.
The Lifestyle Co. at Callahan’s
Shop a vast selection of accessories and handbags. Spartina 449, Vera Bradley, Barefoot Dreams, Swarovski, and many more tempting selections.
Callahan’s is the place to be for t-shirt shopping. Brands include Guy Harvey, Simply Southern, Life Is Good, and Southern Fried Cotton.
So glad you asked. There is a cand shop with fresh fudge of course. Hallmark gifts, Nautical gifts, Yankee candles, Tervis Tumblers, lots and lots of home decor and so much more.
There are actually nine Christmas Mouse locations between Virginia and the Carolinas. Two of those are in Myrtle Beach.
North Myrtle Beach location
The Barefoot Landing location has the distinction of hosting a beautifully decorated tree with gold ornaments accented with Swarovski crystals.
South Myrtle Beach Location
You can find the Christmas Mouse free-standing store located at 2306 South Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577.
There are over 100 stores located at the Coastal Grand Mall. Drive down to the Hwy. 17 bypass at 501 to find the action. It’s one of the largest indoor malls in the state of South Carolina making it a great place for indoor shopping.
Stores include Dillards, JCP, H&M, Palmetto Moon, Pandora, and yes there is a Bath & Body Works plus nearly a hundred more to shop at.
Take a break from shopping to regroup. Visit the food court to have a cup of coffee and a Cinnabon or stop for lunch. Craving a big meal? Cracker Barrel, Red Lobster, and Texas Roadhouse are located at Coastal Grand Mall.
Looking for the shopping complex that houses Ross and TJ Maxx? Yes, me too! Here ya go. Head down to Hwy 17 N at 11th Ave.
Department stores include Ross, TJ Maxx and you will also find Ulta Beauty, Pet Smart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Hobby Lobby plus quite a few more stores.
Chiptole Mexican Grill, McAlister’s Deli, and Panda Express are among the best places to eat in the Town Center.
Myrtle Beach’s oldest, largest, and most unique gift shop, the iconic Gay Dolphin has been an integral part of the Myrtle Beach community since the 1940s.
The Gay Dolphin is not just a gift shop. It’s a Myrtle Beach experience that is a rite of passage. The original Gay Dolphin was destroyed in Hurricane Hazel in 1954. It was rebuilt in phases to become the massive, 26,000 square foot, 7 floors, most unique gift shop on the Grand Strand.
If you cruise Ocean Blvd. on your summer vacation, along with hundreds of others, you will slowly drive by the Gay Dolphin. Its located amongst the Boardwalk in the heart of Myrtle Beach, surrounded by shops, restaurants, and Hotels.
Myrtle Beach boasts about 90 golf courses so, of course, there should be a huge store devoted to the sport.
Located just off the 17 Bypass near Legends In Concert, the Myrtle Beach location of the PGA Superstore has a lot to offer.
Clubs, Shoes, Men, Women’s, and Kids, Apparel, Technology including simulators, Bags, and plenty of accessories. If it’s golf, PGA Superstore probably has it.
They also carry a selection of Tennis apparel, equipment, and supplies.
Club repair, Golf lessons, Indoor Driving Range, Custom fitting, and more.
Drive down to Pawley’s Island for 8 acres of boutique shops with unique gifts, home furnishings, and apparel stores.
Over 21 stores and quaint boutiques to choose from including the Original Hammock Shop. Designed by Riverboat Captain Joshua John Ward in 1889, the rope hammock is still being crafted and sold today. You might be able to catch a demonstration of the weaving.
Playground and Activities
There is a nice big play area for the kids. There is also an occasional Corn Hole for the big kids, like you and me.
Live concerts are scheduled throughout the year. You can find the link for events on their site.
BisQit is known for its made-from-scratch biscuit sandwiches for breakfast. Chow down on a burger and fries for lunch and dinner.
LOCAL is a gastropub serving locally sourced ingredients in their food. Open for brunch, happy hour, and supper every day except Tuesdays.
Lots of unique boutiques, and major retailers you will recognize like Pottery Barn, Anthropologie, and Southern Living store to name a few. High-end shopping at specialty shops.
More than a dozen restaurants await your taste buds. Have lunch at California Pizza or dinner at Travinia Italian Kitchen. Stop for an ice cream break while shopping at Cold Stone Creamery. Be sure to take home some chocolate at the uncommon chocolatier.
Family entertainment includes a Children’s museum, a movie theater, a live theatre, Billiards and Bowling, and an Escape room.
12 & 13. Tanger Outlets Myrtle Beach
Tanger Outlets shopping centers are a place where you can shop national retail shops for great deals. If Myrtle Beach clothing stores are what you a looking for, stop at both Tanger Outlet Myrtle Beach shopping centers.
Located at Hwy. 501, 4635 Factory Stores Blvd. with 70 plus stores to shop. A few of the stores at this location include; Coach, Carter’s, Finish Line, Johnston & Murphy, Old Navy, and Torrid.
Just an FYI, there is a Wal-mart Supercenter nearby as well.
Outback Steakhouse, The Fudgery, Nestle Tollhouse Cafe-Haagen Dazs, Auntie Anne’s, and more are nearby.
Located at Hwy. 17, 10835 Kings Road. with 90 plus stores to shop. A few of the stores you will find include; American Eagle Outfitters, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, As Seen On TV, Columbia Factory Store, Crocs, Disney Outlet, H&M, Michael Kors, and many more.
Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, Ben & Jerry’s, Craft Taco, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Starbucks, and The Fudgery. There are lots more restaurants nearby.
Among these 13 Best Shopping Places at Myrtle Beach, you will find anything and everything you can imagine for a house, home and family. Unique boutiques, department stores, Tanger Outlets, local shops, designer stores, and much more.
Shopping at Myrtle Beach is limited only by time and budget. You can actually plan a shopping trip to Myrtle Beach for a week and still not shop all of the great stores and boutiques there are to offer.