Pirates Voyage Dinner Show

By far one of the most memorable things about our trip to Myrtle Beach has to be the night we went to see the Pirate's Voyage Dinner show.  It was amazing!

I had stumbled upon this attraction quite by accident on Pinterest one day before our trip and after watching the short video on their site I knew my boys would LOVE it!

Boy was I right! It was an amazing show and my boys had the best time.  They're still talking about the show and their favorite parts.

Inside is set up like a giant pirate village 

We enjoyed all the pre-show trivia questions

We were blown away by all the decorations and details (like this map on the ceiling)

We were entertained by singers and jugglers

They had live California sea lions as part of the show & the pre-show 

The boys were thoroughly entertained and the show hadn't even started yet!
Once the pre- show was finished the door were opened and we were allowed into the dining and show area.  It was immense!  The show was spectacular and the food was yummy.

The half of the show area that would fit into my camera lens! 
We had a creamy vegetable soup with flaky biscuits, roasted chicken, roasted potatoes, corn on the cob, and pulled pork.  For desserts we had warm apple turnovers and bottomless drinks of coffee, soda, water, sweet tea.  We weren't allowed to use flash photography during the show and I was happy to just sit back an watch. There was so much to see!

 I'm sure if we ever go back to Myrtle Beach we'll definitely head to Pirate's Adventure again.

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  1. What a fun place to go! My kids would love that. We have never been to anything like this before.

    1. It was so fun! We've been a medieval dinner show but never anything quite like this before. I had a hard time watching it all while eating.

  2. I spent a week in Myrtle Beach this past summer too, but didn't do either of the things you did. We went to the arboretum which was wonderful.

    1. That does sound wonderful! For once, I did not research or look up anything to do in the area ahead of time. We wanted a nice relaxing vacation and to just take each day as it comes so I wasn't aware of a whole lot of things to do in the area.

  3. What fun! It sounds like your kids had a blast! Thanks for linking up to Take Me Away this month!


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