The sprawling display features intricate details true to the original Pavilion, including the sign in the recognizable red cursive letters.
Ken McMichael is surrounded by a miniature version of The Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park he created in his house off Kings Highway.
It takes about 30 minutes to turn on all rides, speakers, lights and effects to bring the miniature Pavilion to life, with the cords hidden from view.
From the spinning rides to amusement park music and even candles with scents like cotton candy, the miniature Pavilion stimulates the senses aiming to take you back to the park’s heyday.
Prints, photos and memorabilia from the amusement park decorate the walls in the Pavilion room. McMichael used the prints and photos - as well as his memory - to recreate the park’s details.