Find Cheap Flights from Boston (BOS) to Myrtle Beach (MYR)

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Boston to Myrtle Beach Route Information

Travel Distance:738 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines
Weekly Flights:53
Avg. Flight Duration:07.15 Hours

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Airports in Boston

Situated in the East Boston, Logan International Airport (General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport) serves the city of Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. This international airport is the largest in the New England region and 17th busiest airport in U.S.A. (in terms of passenger traffic). Owned by Massachusetts Port Authority, the airport is a hub for Cape Air, Delta Air Lines, and PenAir. It is also a focus city for Azores Airlines and JetBlue Airways. It offers passenger & cargo services for domestic & international destinations. These destinations include Chicago, Washington, Baltimore, San Francisco, London, Toronto, Dublin, Paris, Frankfurt, Dubai, Munich, Doha, Istanbul, and more. Passengers can easily commute to & from the airport using Logan Express, app ride, limos, shuttles, taxis, airport shuttle bus, MBTA Silver Line bus, water taxi, and more.

Explore Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is a city in South Carolina. Famous for its clean beaches, the city draws countless tourist every year. Its East Coast is one of the famous family vacation destinations. The beaches are the perfect place to indulge in various water activities like para-sailing, windsurfing, scuba-diving, and more. Head to the Broadway at the Beach here which is home to several attractions in itself such as Ripley’s Aquarium and Old Tyme Portraits. Also, it serves host to celebrity tribute show-The Legends in Concert. There are several amusement parks in the city. If you are visiting with family and kids, then do visit any of these to enjoy water slides and roller coasters.

Things to Do in Myrtle Beach

Broadway at the Beach

Visitors can find a variety of activities at Broadway at the Beach, home to attractions such as Old Tyme Portraits, Ripley’s Aquarium, and Fantasy Golf. The Legends in Concert, a celebrity tribute show, is also based here in a state-of- the-art facility. The area has dining options with classic fare (burgers, pizza, steak, and seafood). On a warm evening, take a paddle-boat ride or an after-dark stroll on the Broadway bridges extending over the Intercoastal Waterway. (Pick the bridge closest to Dragon’s Lair Fantasy Golf for some light-hearted background music.)

Brookgreen Gardens

Intricate sculptures decorate the grounds of Brookgreen Gardens, where guests can also see native alligators, osprey, and waterfowl in their natural habitat. Cruise on a 48 ft pontoon along historic rice fields, which fueled the area’s once-dominant rice industry. Interpreters speak about the history of the estate and its surrounding area. Guests can also tour a Civil War fort site located on the property, the back roads of the Oaks Plantation (once home to the prominent Alston family), and the cemetery where generations of the Alstons are buried.

Mini Golf Courses

Dozens of mini golf courses are located throughout the Grand Strand. In fact, one could almost make a full vacation out of just playing putt putt. Route 17 business, which runs parallel to Ocean Boulevard, is home to most of the area’s mini golf courses. Some of the biggies are Mt Atlanticus, Jungle Lagoon, Treasure Island, and Captain Hook’s Adventure Golf. But there are also some putt putt courses worth visiting off the main drag such as Dragon’s Lair Miniature Golf at Broadway at the Beach. At this course, a large fire-breathing dragon emerges from its cave throughout the day.

Best Time to Fly Myrtle Beach

The best time to visit Myrtle Beach is from June to August. The weather is great for spending time at the beach. During Autumn the city generally remains cool and temperature ranges in between 70-40 degrees Fahrenheit. Avoid travelling here during winters as several attractions remain closed due to snow.