Myrtle Beach Halloween: Things to do around the beach
Halloween brings plenty of spooks out in Myrtle Beach. From haunted houses to trick-or-treating action, we’ve got something for everyone at the beach! Take your pick from great action spots all along the Grand Strand but make sure to check first to see if the event or attraction is kid-friendly!
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The kiddos will have a blast celebrating Halloween with Ripley’s Aquarium. Join the popular attraction for their Boo-quarium Bash on Saturday, October 28 and take part in a costume parade and contest. Or, stay the night for the Spook-Quarium Sleepover and enjoy crafts, snacks, a haunted walk, and more on the same night!
Nightmare Haunted House
Nightmare Haunted House is located at 10th Avenue North on Ocean Boo”levard. This haunted house attraction has been around since the ’80s scaring the wits out of tourists and locals alike. A crazy clown laughs his evil laugh as you struggle to find your way through the dark corridors. Live actors and props make the experience as chilling as possible.
Ripley's Haunted Adventure
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, located at 9th Avenue North on Ocean Boulevard, is open year round and features live actors inside a giant haunted house. The sounds and special effects add to each frightening walk through and are sure to chill you to the bones this Halloween.
Conway Ghost Walks: Spirits of the Lowcountry
Celebrate Halloween and learn about the history and lore of Conway with Conway Ghost Walks. These tours will take place from October 19-21st and will take off each night, every 15 minutes from 6:30-8:30 pm. Tickets are $15 for adults, and $7 for kids 12 and under.