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Pavilion Nostalgia Park in Myrtle Beach, SC

1171 Celebrity CircleMyrtle Beach, SC 29577
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Located at the famous Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, SC, Pavilion Nostalgia Park is the perfect afternoon or evening family attraction. Enjoy a classic collection of amusement rides, including the famous Herschell-Spillman Carousel, dating back to 1912.

You’ll find pure delight for your families in a safe and affordable environment at Pavilion Nostalgia Park!

At Pavilion Nostalgia Park our goal is to accommodate our Guests to the best of our abilities. Participation on some rides may be restricted due to height, size and physical condition requirements as set forth by the park and ride manufacturer:

Kiddie Tea Cup Ride
Minimum height requirement of 36" & Maximum height 58"

Kiddie Motorcycle Ride
Guests under 58"

Kiddie Dune Buggie Ride
Guests under 54"

Kiddie Pirate Ship
Guests under 58"

Kiddie Boat Ride
Guests under 58"

Herschell-Spillman Carousel
Guests of all ages

The Caterpillar Ride
Minimum height requirement of 54"

Willie the Whale
Minimum height requirement of 36" & Maximum height requirement of 54"

In addition to the rides at Pavilion Nostalgia Park, Carousel Park offers even more fun for the little ones in your group! Located on Broadway at the Beach just next to Capriz Italian Restaurant, Carousel Park has the following rides, and tickets purchased at Pavilion are good for use at either park!

Classic Carousel
Guests under 36" required to ride with adult

Balloon Ferris Wheel
Guests under 42" required to ride with adult

Frog Hopper
Guests must be at least 36"

Red Baron Airplanes
Minimum height requirement of 36" & Maximum height requirement of 54"

Rio Grande Train
Guests under 36" required to ride with adult

Junior Speedway
Guests under 36" required to ride with adult

*Operating Hours are subject to change without notice.

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Tameka B
Charlotte, North Carolina
"Great surprise!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 25, 2015
We were going to go for a walk around Broadway at the beach and didn't know the Pavillion Park was there. Our two little ones had such fun and the roller coaster Myrtle Turtle was fun for us parents too!
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High Point, North Carolina
"afternoon stroll"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed February 19, 2015
I miss going to the "original" pavilion on Ocean Blvd. but this took me back in time ! Those were the good ole days. wish it had never been tore down!! It's just not the same, even though my grandchildren enjoyed the rides that were left!
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Columbia, South Carolina
"some things should not be brought back..."
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed December 02, 2014
Old rides from the old beach side park live on in this little setup out at Broadway at the Beach. Somehow it just doesn't have the excitement like the old park did. It is very expensive too. oh well, the glory days of these old rides will live on in my memories.
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"Got to be kidding me..."
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed October 15, 2014
They tore down the Myrtle Beach Pavilion and put this crap up?? Old rides from the park. It is a slap in the face to the community and the original owners of Burroughs and Chapin are rolling over in their graves... They destroyed what the city was built around for their own greed which failed!
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Vienna, West Virginia
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 14, 2014
My 2 year old loves trains and was so excited to ride the train here. The best part about this ride was the person operating it. His name was Nash and he was an amazing and friendly person who made this little train ride a lasting memory for my family. We also rode the carousel. I don't think we would have spent any more than $10 though, because the rides were extremely overpriced