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April 12, 2014 12:00 AM

Myrtle Beach

One thing is certain about Myrtle Beach: Like Branson, Mo., and Pigeon Forge, Tenn., the presence of tourists – a trickle in winter, a deluge in warm months – makes opening new attractions a never-ending quest. In 2010 it was the oceanfront boardwalk (www.myrtlebeachboardwalk.com); the SkyWheel (www.skywheelusa.com) debuted in 2011. Last year brought Encounters: UFO Experience (www.ufoexhibition.com) to the Broadway at the Beach retail/entertainment complex.

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