Haunted Houses & Attractions
Who doesn’t like a little spooktacular scare once in a while? Vacationers to the Grand Strand flock to our interactive haunted houses and spook zones in large numbers all year long. These brave souls are seemingly eager to test their courage in the face of headless demons, rabid zombies, chain-saw-wielding madmen, ghosts, and all manors of dark specters. With several adventures to choose from, why not become an expert by testing your nerve at all of them? Not for the faint-of-heart, visit with someone who won’t mind your screaming and grabbing as you turn dark corners to face the unknown. Dazzled by Hollywood special effects, you’ll be amazed at the skill of the creators of all this mayhem. From the granddaddy of haunted houses, Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, to its spooky neighbor, Nightmare Haunted House, to the newcomer, Outbreak at the Hollywood Wax Museum, there are thrills and chills for all.
Ripley's Haunted Adventure
Opening each March, the 10,000-square feet of screams provided by guests of Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, may be heard all throughout the downtown Myrtle Beach area. All along its three floors filled with ghosts and ghouls, no one is spared a little fright time in the nighttime. Discount tickets are available through Ripley’s when buying multi-pass tickets for Ripley’s many area attractions.More Info Visit Website
Outbreak: Dread the Undead
Within the building hosting Myrtle Beach’s own version of King Kong, you’ll find the Hollywood Wax Museum. On the bottom floor, you’ll be dared to visit a disturbing site, a test lab gone out of control with too many zombies to count. Around every corner in Outbreak you’ll outrun and outsmart crazed, walking dead former lab assistants in the middle of an epidemic. You’ll try to escape; but will you?More Info Visit Website
Nightmare Haunted House
So you don’t believe in ghastly ghouls and goblins, demented butchers and creepy clowns? Along with of all manor of demonology, these creepazoids populate this darkest of Myrtle Beach haunted attractions. Located across the street from the SkyWheel, all is pretty and gay on the outside, but on the inside, all hell breaks loose. Scaring the bejesus out of visitors since 1989, Nightmare Haunted House may just make a believer out of you.
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