Identification of the best haunted houses is crucial to a good time.
You’re in luck. We’ve got the 411! Before you set off for a ghoulishly good time, read this post for the top haunted houses in town.
The goal: Keep your wits about you while you have the wits scared out of you. Who knew the Grand Strand could be so scary?
What if your party splits on whether to go for something scary? Join the thrill-seekers and hit these places.
You don’t have to go far for a big scare in Myrtle Beach! It’s more than 4,000 feet of pure terror.
The spooky index: If you love haunted houses, you’ll have a great time here. The staff is interactive and the scare level is high. It’s 10 minutes but feels longer. It’s an amazing trip that WILL scare you!
Pro tip: Check the weather forecast and dress in layers if it’s going to rain or be chilly. You might be in line for a while.
It’s a distributor of screams and frights, 365 days a year. What happens when an experiment to transform soldiers into fighting machines goes wrong?
The spooky index: Your family will have so much fun at this zombie hotspot. This five-star attraction will have your heart beating right out of your chest! It’s best for 12 and older. Definitely visit this one in a group.
Pro tip: Sometimes, things are a bit too scary. Everyone has a breaking point. Try to stay calm and ask personnel to help you exit.
Ripley’s is an outlet of oddities, so of course, their haunted house would be top of the line! The zombie density and scream levels are off the charts here.
The spooky index: You’ll get an exceptional guide who plays their role to perfection. There are scares around every corner. It’s best to visit at night! It’s a nice setup for some quick thrills.
Pro tip: Haunted house staff are not allowed to touch guests as part of the thrill, so you shouldn’t be hands-on either.
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