Experience Halloween at Broadway at The Beach
Visiting Myrtle Beach in the fall is just as fun as it is in the summer – many even prefer it. The weather is cooler, the area is less populated since most summer crowds have diminished, and of course, the town is gearing up for one of the best times of the year – Halloween. If you and your family are here for Halloween, there are tons of spooky festivities and haunted action awaiting you in Myrtle Beach.
Experience Halloween at Broadway at the Beach - one of the best and most traditional places to go to for Halloween at the beach, offers a ton of entertainment and activities for your family to participate in. On October 31st, from 4:30pm – 6:30pm, bring your children by since every store in Broadway has treats available for trick-or-treating! It’s not only a great choice for locals, but a great choice for tourists, especially if you do not know which neighborhoods are good for trick-or-treating in Myrtle Beach.
For all you fun-loving couples and adults out there, Celebrity Square in Broadway is hosting the annual adult costume contest, which will be held Saturday, October 26th. This crazy night sees close to 5,000 people every year. It’s by far the biggest costume party in Myrtle Beach, and every bar/club in Celebrity Square is taking a part in it. Admission to party and admission to all the clubs are free, as long as you’re wearing a costume. The party gets started early, around 8:00pm where there will be drinks and food galore. Then later on in the night, around 11:00pm, the costume contest gets underway as local celebrities judge who has the best costume! The prize money for these is $2,500, $1,500, and $1,000 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively.
If that’s not what you had in mind for Halloween in Myrtle Beach, then have no worries. Enjoy the Family Halloween Spooktacular Party at Ripley’s Aquarium. This is a great chance for families to experience all the aquatic life that Ripley’s has to offer, but also offers families a chance to engage in Halloween activities! This fun and safe family event includes scavenger hunts, face painting, pumpkin decorating, costume contests, and scarecrow making! Starting at 6:00pm on Saturday, October 26th, be sure to stop by Ripley’s Aquarium for a ton of fun.