It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas! And I’m sure a lot of people are itching to go check out the Myrtle Beach Holiday light displays. You probably know about some of these; others you may not. If you know of any great ones I’ve missed, please comment below.
Want us to highlight your event or give it a prime spot at the top of this list? Email me about sponsoring this post: email@example.com.
Here’s the list for 2017:
Conway Celebration of Lights
3rd Avenue near the old Grainger Station
This mile-long drive-through light show features thousands of lights and unique displays. Each night, there will be special attractions (e.g., a live nativity scene, live music, a s’mores station) at 200 Laurel Street. See schedule for hours and dates of operation.
Admission: 1-7 guests, $5 per vehicle; 8-14 guests, $10 per vehicle; 15-24 guests, $15 per vehicle; 25+ guests, $25 per vehicle.
MarshWalk Wonderland of Lights
Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk
This is a new treat for 2017! The Marshwalk Wonderland of Lights is made up of thousands of twinkling lights that form tunnels to guide you through the Marsh Walk. Each restaurant also has its own light display. The lights are synchronized to holiday music. They’ll be on nightly through January 1, 2018.
Nights of A Thousand Candles
This display is a holiday must see for those who live on the Grand Strand and for visitors! It includes more than 5,500 hand-lit candles, countless sparkling lights, and an 85-foot-tall fir tree decorated with more than 100,000 lights. There is also warm cider and holiday music. Hours are from 3-10 p.m. Thursday through Friday through December 16, and on Sunday, December 17.
Admission: $20 for adults; $12 for kids; FREE for kids 3 and under.
Holidays on the Boardwalk
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is decked out for the holidays with plenty of colorful lights. Every Saturday from Noon to 4 p.m., there’s also live entertainment, kids’ activities, Santa visits, and more. The Boardwalk lights will stay on until January 1, 2018.
North Myrtle Beach
The Great Christmas Light Show
North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex
This show will feature more than two million lights festively displayed along a 1.5 mile drive throughout the Complex. Some of the lights will be synchronized to music. At the end of the show, you can visit Santa’s Village.
Hours: Open 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. nightly through December 31 (closed on December 25). Santa’s Village will only be open on Friday and Saturday until December 15, after which it will be open nightly.
Admission: 1-15 guests, $15 per vehicle; 16-30 guests, $30 per vehicle; 31+ guests, $60 per vehicle (call 843-280-5570 to schedule buses). There’s also a fee for some of the activitiiies in Santa’s Village.