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.
Myrtle Beach› Shopping
Nostalgia City and Museum
1911 S. Kings Hwy.
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Daily 9am–11pm Phone 843/444-0058 Prices Goods $2.99–$79.99
Map1911 S. Kings Hwy. Myrtle Beach
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