Trading on a love for nostalgia is what the folks at this store do best, as they bring together thousands of collectible (and less so) items in a sprawling store that extends to outside grounds with several dozen cars, including a rare Packard coupe. It's not exactly an original concept, but it's a nice place to spend an hour or two on a rainy day, especially if you just need a place that truly appeals to all ages. One corner of the store has hundreds of reproduction signs (Burma-Shave, anyone?) and a bright yellow 1930s truck is covered with beach swag for sale, ranging from pedestrian plastic blankets to towels emblazoned with the South Carolina state flag. As you might imagine, it's a bit kitschy in a way that's completely obvious, and par for the course in most beachfront towns—but it's still kind of fun.