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.
You might also be interested in our separate article on Discounts to Myrtle Beach Holiday Shows.
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Here’s the list for 2019:
Location: Drivers will be able to access the light show from Third Avenue. It will run from Marina Drive to Elm to Laurel Street.
Description: 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.
Hours: 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.
Location: Brookgreen Gardens
Description: This display is a holiday must see for those who live on the Grand Strand and for visitors! It includes more than 4,500 hand-lit candles, countless sparkling lights, warm cider, Holiday music, and more.
Hours: 3 to 10 p.m. Thursday-Friday through December 2.
Admission: Tickets will sell out quickly, and must be purchased in advance.
Members: $20 for adults; $12 for kids
Non-Members: $25 for adults: $15 for kids
North Myrtle Beach
Location: North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex
Description: 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. The show includes more than 500 magical light displays (some up to 55 feet tall) and 20 lighted animated figures and holiday scenes.
At the end of the show, you can visit Santa’s Village where you’ll find a petting zoo, ice skating ($4 for 30 minutes), s’mores, train rides ($2), and Santa’s Super Slide ($5). Kids can also visit Santa (Bring your own camera.).
Light Show: Open 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. nightly December 14-30 (closed on December 25). Santa’s Village: Open 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. nightly December 15-30 (closed on December 25).
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).