Garden City Pavilion Arcade, Myrtle Beach

Categories: Entertainment Centers, Fun & Games
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3.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • Nice place right across form Garden City Pier. A little old, kinda reminds me of the arcades off the boardwalks in New Jersey,Ocean City,Maryland. No rides. But across the street they have go garts. 
  • We walked down here with the kids on August 22, 2016. Most games require only a token or two which was nice though some of the bigger ticket givers require up to four tokens. The kids had fun and ther...  read more »
  • This is a surprisingly well kept street side arcade. Most of the games work, with modern arcade games along with skeeball, pin ball, and ticket winning challenge games. Redemption center has been rece...  read more »
  • Incredible arcade! 2 floors of games and a large prize center that never has long lines. Lots of pinball machines, also Skee Ball, Deal or No Deal, DDR, and much more! But the best part is the upstairs. On the second level there are a ton of old school arcade machines including Super Mario Bros, Mrs. Pacman, Frogger, Galaga, and more! I've never seen so many of those old school games in one place and up kept so nicely! Only complaint is that the upstairs is closed sometimes in the morning. There is also a small play place in the upstairs. I go to this arcade at least twice while on vacation.
  • We come here at least twice every year while on vacation. The main floor has ticket games, pinball, a prize center and a snack shop. The upstairs is my favorite part - it has retro games that came out when I was a kid, like Galaga, Centipede, and Donkey Kong. A lot of the upstairs games are out of order, which is understandable as it's got to be hard to find parts for them, but there's enough that are working to make me happy. You get 80 tokens for $20. All the upstairs games are 1 token each. Downstairs games run from 1 - 4 tokens. There's usually a nice breeze going through the main floor, and there are lots of ceiling fans upstairs, so it's not too hot.
  • A lot of ticket games, a new DDR machine and a couple of odd games, but the upstairs has a lot of the upright games, and 1/3 were out of order. Most of these machines have seen better days. Worth a stop in, but not for long.
  • Nothing like the smell of the ocean and fried food while in an arcade. Typical games, nothing fancy. Brings out the child in you to stroll the aisles with your ice cream cone and watch the little ones taking out their aggressions in a digital format. Ah, memories.....
  • Fun for the kids to let off some steam and play some games. A couple ice cream shops and smaller restaurants are close by, as well. A few games to check out, but it isn't the biggest place. If you have some time to kill, or if it's rainy, it'll do the job.
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