Halloween Events in Myrtle Beach

Planning to be in Myrtle Beach this Halloween? There are Halloween events in Myrtle Beach that anyone can enjoy! Visiting Myrtle Beach around Halloween is a great time to visit. Fall weather in Myrtle Beach is warm but not too hot and the beach is not crowded but the fun never stops in Myrtle Beach! Below is a list of the top Halloween events in Myrtle Beach:

Terror Under the Bridge

The Terror Under the Bridge is just a short drive away in the charming and historic town of Conway. The Terror Under the Bridge is a haunted warehouse that is located under the Main Street Bridge on the Riverwalk. Legend has it that this 8,000 square feet warehouse has exhibited paranormal activity. In fact, the folks from the show The Ghost Hunters even visited the warehouse a few years back.    Haunted Warehouse tours are from October 27th to October 31st with doors opening at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 with some of the proceeds benefiting Fostering Hope Inc., a nonprofit that helps provide goods and services to children living in foster care.

Huntington’s Haunted Halloween

The Huntington State Park is having a fun, family-friendly event called Huntington’s Haunted Halloween. The event will take place at the Atalaya castle and will include two haunted houses, carnival games, crafts and a bonfire where you can make s’mores. There will be Halloween-themed cartoons playing on a big screen. Admission is $10 for adults and $7 for children ages six to 15 which also gives you admission to the entire Huntington Beach State Park. Huntington’s Haunted Halloween will take place Friday, October 26th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Wee Ones Boo Bash

Hosted by the Children’s Museum of South Carolina located in Myrtle Beach, The Wee Ones Boo Bash is a fun Halloween event in Myrtle Beach for kids. The Children’s Museum of South Carolina will transform their popular Myrtle Beach attraction to a fun Halloween party. This is a great alternative to take young kids who may be scared by some of the other Myrtle Beach Halloween attractions. Dress up your kids in their cutest Halloween costumes and watch their faces light up while playing with such interactive exhibits such as science demos with dry ice and exploding ooze. Little ones can take part in many fun Halloween activities such as jack-o-lantern crafts and, of course, trick or treating! Wee Ones Boo Bash will take place on Friday, October 26th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. and admission is $3 for all in costume.

Halloween Trick or Treat

Halloween Trick or Treat is the name given to the biggest Halloween event in Myrtle Beach which takes place at Broadway at the Beach. From 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Halloween, you can take your kids to any of the participating merchants for treats and surprises. The Visitor Center will also have a free trick or treat bag and activity book which is available while supplies last. Broadway at the Beach is the mecca of all trick or treating locations and provides a safe environment to take your kids. After 6:30 p.m., the night crowd starts to come in, so just be aware of this since many adults come to Broadway at the Beach for the nightlife.


If you will be staying at our Myrtle Beach hotel around Halloween, be sure to check out any of these great Myrtle Beach events. Ask our staff for more info or if you need directions to any of these Halloween events.