Myrtle Beach isn’t known as a Holiday Town but that doesn’t mean you can’t get into the Holiday Spirit


  • LIGHTS, LIGHTS & MORE LIGHTS

NIGHTS OF A THOUSAND CANDLES at Brookgreen Gardens come to life with the lights and sounds of the season. Enjoy carolers and musicians performing Christmas favorites, more than 2,800 hand-lit candles, innumerable twinkling lights, local food trucks and warm hot cocoa.

THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT SHOW guests are invited to enjoy this brilliantly-lit event from November 22nd – December 30th. Pricing starts at $15 per vehicle with 1-15 guests and the gates are open from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.. Santa’s Village will also be open this year with hot chocolate, s’mores, a train ride and more.


  • THE CHRISTMAS SHOWS

“THE SOUTH’S GRANDEST CHRISTMAS SHOW” at The Alabama Theater inside Barefoot Landing is a show that combines a spectacular array of performers, festive props, colorful costumes, and – of course – plenty of exciting entertainment.

 

PIRATES VOYAGE takes the holidays to the next level with their adventurous Christmas production. With high-flying acrobats, live animals, a beautiful nativity and more, it’s a show stopper from start to finish.


  • THE POLAR EXPRESS CRUISE FOR THE KIDDOS

THE POLAR EXPRESS CRUISE is an awesome experience for the kiddos! Come dressed in your favorite Christmas PJs and enjoy an evening of Christmas Magic! Cruise includes Polar Express Story, your very own Believe ticket, surprise Santa visit with a special delivery and a variety of Christmas snacks from Croissants Bistro and Bakery.


  • NEW YEARS CELEBRATION

Watch the ball drop at midnight at The Market Common for their annual Southern Times Square New Year’s Eve Celebration. The event features: Live music with Painted Man; food, drink and alcohol vendors; fireworks; photo booth; games and activities; and more

 

COME TO MYRTLE BEACH FOR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS