With so many frightfully fun events and attractions on tap, the Myrtle Beach area is the place to be this October! Here is just a sampling of the many places to see and things to do during your fall visit to the Grand Strand….
Myrtle Beach Fright Nights
The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is a scream every Friday and Saturday night from October 3rd through November 1st! Just in time for the Halloween season, see the boardwalk transform for Myrtle Beach Fright Nights, with live Zombies and Haunted Attractions, plus score great off-season discounts at most area shops & restaurants — no tricks, just treats! Zombie Elvis will be performing 2 shows nightly in Plyler Park on Friday the 24th and Saturday November 1st at 7PM and 9PM! Also at Plyler Park, check out The Howl-at-the-Moon Concert Series featuring the Blue Moon Beer Garden. Nickel Bag of Funk will perform live on Saturday the 25th at 7PM and Low Country Soul will perform live on Friday the 31st at 7PM — Halloween!
Brookgreen Harvest Home Weekend Festival
The Brookgreen Harvest Home Weekend Festival is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, October 3rd and 4th, from 9:30AM-4 PM, complete with favorite fall activities such as hay rides, scarecrow building, pumpkin painting, entertainment and food served under a big tent. The gift shop will have artisan potters and sweetgrass basket makers along with hand-made soap and candles, glass art, and the popular Gullah bottle trees. In the Lowcountry Zoo area, there will be a snack tent, special animal programs, temporary tattoos and other fun activities for the kids. There will be also wool spinning demonstrations, sidewalk chalking, and a make-and-take pinecone bird feeder craft activity. The butterfly house will be open all day with some new butterflies just for the fall season. Costumed character performances will take place in the Enchanted Storybook Forest and ‘Not So Spooky Swamp Adventure’ creek cruises will be available throughout the weekend.
Myrtle Beach Oktoberfest
The 2015 Myrtle Beach Oktoberfest celebration will take place on Saturday. October 10th from 11AM-11PM and on Sunday, October 11th from 12PM-9PM on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Featuring 2 days of live bands, craft vendors, and of course a beer garden, this festival has been called the Beach’s Biggest Bavarian Boardwalk Block Party! There is also a kid’s carnival, with a petting zoo, camel and pony rides, inflatable bounce houses, plus a sidewalk sale at area shops, and even a car show!
Myrtle Beach is home to a number of spooky attractions perfect for the Halloween season. Here are three must-see destinations to get your heart racing and your adrenaline pumping!
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure
913 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach
Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach’s downtown district, Ripley’s Haunted Adventure is not for the faint of heart. This spine-tingling, multi-million dollar attraction was designed to resemble a spooky mansion with broken shutters and haunting noises, but the real scares take place inside. Rated the #1 haunted house in Myrtle Beach, The Haunted Adventure begins with an elevator ride to the top floor of the three-story building. From there, visitors encounter live actors and animatronic characters on their way through the pitch-dark halls and dimly lit rooms, with real and make-believe monsters around every corner. Feel free to scream as loudly as you want!
Outbreak – Dread the Undead
1808 21st Ave. N., Myrtle Beach
What catastrophe occurred in this ransacked semblance of a lab? You’re on cleanup and disposal detail and you’ve been warned. If you make your way through the zombie infested labs, the morgue, and the rotting basement, you might be able to rid the world of Alpha Strain. But, then again, you might not! Outbreak – Dread the Undead is located inside the Hollywood Wax Museum, across the street from Broadway at the Beach, and is perfect for zombie fans.
Nightmare Haunted House
1001 N. Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach
So you don’t believe in ghastly ghouls and goblins, demented butchers and creepy clowns? You will, after you visit the darkest of Myrtle Beach’s haunted attractions. Located across the street from the SkyWheel, Nightmare Haunted House has been scaring visitors to death since 1989, with over 3,000 square feet of terror. Enter if you dare!
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