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Wheelchair accessible in Myrtle Beach

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I'll be in MB in March. I'll have my 86y/o Mother with me, who will be in a wheelchair. Where are some things we can visit that are wheelchair accessible? I'm sure we can go to Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing, but what else? Are the music theatres accessible? Is there a link listing what shows will be playing in March?

Any areas we can drive around for scenic views that don't necessarily require getting in and out of the car?

Also, any recommendations for restaurants? Mom loves seafood. Me, basically just shellfish (shrimp, scallops, king/snow crab legs and lobster).

Thanks!
 

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Most of MB is wheelchair accesible including Ripleys Aquarium. I have always recommended The Sea Captains House for the view and the food. If you want a special meal, this is the place. Where are you staying so I can recommend. I like dumpy, no ambiance restaurants like Hoskins, Mr Fish & Mrs Fish but they have tons on Restaurant Row. All of the shows are wheelchair accessible and have handicapped seating. You will like MB, lots and lots to do. Shaggy
 

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Forgot, you are going in March. Mr Fish I don't think has wheelchair accessiblity. For a pretty drive just drive down Main Street , very nice hotels . There are a few places you can park and see the sea. The weather can be iffy in March so bring a jacket. BrookGreen Gardens is beautiful , lots of paths to push Mom around in. Depending on where you are staying you could do a day trip to Wilmington or a Day trip to Pawley's Island and maybe even Charleston. There is a gambling boat that goes out of Calabash and they have hotel pick up. shaggy
 

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Thanks Shaggy. We'll be staying at Marriott Ocean Watch.
 
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