Top Five Myrtle Beach Souvenirs
Souvenirs are more than just trinkets. They’re physical reminders of the fun you had on vacation! Every time you put on that piece of jewelry you picked up in Myrtle Beach, or the sunglasses, or use the bottle opener, you can think back to those sun-drenched days.
We wanted to know what the top five Myrtle Beach souvenirs are, so we asked our fans on Facebook. We tallied up the votes, and here are the top five:
1. Myrtle Beach Mug
A coffee mug was by far the number one souvenir that people love to bring home from our local gift shops. “I use it for coffee in the morning,” said Myrtle Beach fan Heather W. It “reminds me of watching the sun come up there.” We couldn’t have said it better!
2. Myrtle Beach Christmas Ornament
The holidays are a great time to think back on time spent together as a family, so remembering your Myrtle Beach vacation is a natural fit! Plus, it’s also nice to warm yourself in the middle of winter by your memories of the warm sand between your toes.
3. Myrtle Beach Magnets
A refrigerator can never have too many magnets. Magnets are an affordable souvenir, they make great gifts and they take up very little space in your suitcase, so bring on the Myrtle Beach magnets!
4. Myrtle Beach Beach Towel
This is a great souvenir because it comes in handy while you’re still on vacation! Once you get home, after you’ve washed out the sand, you can use it as a reminder of how much fun you had while you were on vacation.
5. Myrtle Beach Playing Cards
This is another souvenir that’s useful on your trip, as a late-night came of cards can be fun for the whole family. And there’s no point denying it, showing up to poker night with cards from you last vacation’s not a bad way to go.
Those are the top five Myrtle Beach souvenirs, at least from our un-scientific survey of fans. Other souvenirs mentioned include Myrtle Beach car decals, shells, shot glasses, ashtrays and jewelry such as dolphin earrings and flip flop necklaces. Snacks can also be a good souvenir to bring back. As one of our Facebook fans, Lee B. recommended: “salt water taffy for the suckers back at the office!”
So what do you think? Weigh in with your own suggestions on the forum.