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Halloween Events Along the Grand Strand

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Local Halloween Events in Myrtle Beach and Along the Grand Strand

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Wondering what's Halloween and happening in the Myrtle Beach area this week? There are plenty of places to go and things to do with the whole family in celebration of this spooktacular holiday! Our coastal communities will be hosting Halloween events that you won’t want to miss including costume contests, trick-or-treating, and other haunted happenings. Here’s a list of fun, scary, and crazy things to do for Halloween in the Myrtle Beach area...

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Things To BOO This Halloween

Open all year round!

Ripley's Haunted Adventure

Taking haunted houses to the next level! This creepy Import-Export Company will terrorize you every step of the way.

Hollywood Wax Museum’s Outbreak - Dread The Undead

Face your fears while traveling through the zombie infested labs, morgue and rotting basement.

Nightmare Haunted House Presents - Zombie Zone

What lurks ahead (or behind) in this terrifying attraction? Your worst nightmares become a stark reality while trying to escape the undead. 

All October long...

Visit Thompson Farm in your best costume for fall fun with farm animals, train rides, corn hole games, slides, and explore the corn maze.

Dr. Screams at the House Of Blues featuring the infamous Dr. Screams Fright Manor, Chuckles Twisted Circus, & Zombie Apocalypse

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Saturday, October 28th

BooFest at Barefoot Landing

Kid-friendly and pet-friendly event with Halloween festivities and costume contests.

Sea Watch Resort’s Halloween Extravaganza

Halloween themed pool deck party with family-friendly live entertainment, costume contests, games, prices and more.

Atalaya Fall Festival and Haunted Castle at Huntington Beach State Park

The historic Atalaya castle turns into a spooky family fun setting with haunted house attractions.

Howl-O-Scream at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex

Thrill seekers welcome! Enjoy hayrides, marshmallow roasting, trick-or-treating and scare zones.

Halloween- Tuesday, October 31st

The Grand Strand has trick-or-treating at several of the area's top spooky spots including Barefoot Landing, Broadway at the Beach, the MarshWalk, and Market Common.

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