BOO-tanicum: Family-friendly event with ghost stories, haunted house and more! Saturday, October 28th only, 4 to 10 p.m!
Creep L.A. LORE: The minds behind Creep L.A. and the Willows team with Amazon Prime Video on “Lore,” a walk-through experience based on Aaron Mahnke’s podcast of the same name about folklore and myths. Groups of eight at a time brave a one-hour experience that will creep inside and leave you haunted through horrors both beautifully macabre and deeply unsettling.
Cross Roads Escape Games: As a team, you must find the clues, solve the puzzles, and escape the game in 60 minutes! Two escape rooms — “The Hex Room” (ages 16 and up) and “The Fun House” (ages 13 and up).
Escape Hotel Hollywood: Enjoy the world’s largest live entertainment venue for escape rooms. An interactive experiences where guest can book rooms with 11 different themes such as an abandoned day care facility, a witches’ lair and a zombie take over, lasting up to 60 minutes. Open Tue-Sun.
Fallen Saints: Day of the Dead. One of the most cherished and celebrated holidays in Mexico. A time for families to visit and celebrate the lives of those who have passed. As spirits gather on earth to be remembered, a small village faces an evil spirit whose dark secret was buried ages ago. Join Force of Nature Productions as they take you deep into old Mexico and to the place where the legend began! Interactive theatrical experience in the style of a seance at a Victorian-era mortuary. Friday and Saturday only.
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios: Confront familiar foes at Universal Studios' annual Halloween festivities, where big-budget scares meet iconic horror movie characters. Navigate more mazes then ever, scare zones and the "Terror Tram" with tie-ins such as The Walking Dead, The Shining, Ash vs. Evil Dead, American Horror Story and more.
Six Flags Fright Fest: Haunted rides and attractions, an outdoor maze, plus a new scare zone inspired by the D.C. film “Suicide Squad.
Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort: Visit the park's most bewitching season ever - with devilishly dive decor everywhere you turn. Highlights include the annual “The Nightmare Before Christmas” takeover of the Haunted Mansion and California Adventure halloween takeover at Cars Land.
Into the Black: This multi-sensory haunt from Bone Yard Effects unfurls via a short film (which you can watch online) followed by an on-site virtual reality experience. It culminates in real life inside the Black House, a sprawling Victorian home. Oh, and scaredy cats beware: You must enter all alone.
Knott’s Scary Farm: Encounter free-roaming monsters, terrifying mazes and a final season of performances from Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, as Knott's Berry Farm transforms into Knott's Scary Farm every evening. Select nights till Oct. 31st tickets starting at $42.
The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor: The only thing better than a haunted attraction is a haunted attraction in the dark, cramped confines of a giant boat. You'll find all the usual horrors at the Queen Mary—fog, seven mazes and countless monsters—as well as an icy bar stuffed into the ship's fictional chef's meat locker. Tip: Arrive before 8pm for $20 "Happy Haunting Hour" tickets.
The Tension Experience: Ascension: A guided Illumination designed to prepare you for a new way to see this world. By design, those who choose this Journey can be assured that they will never be quite sure where the events will go, when they will start and stop and, often, what the true motivation behind them actually is.; no one under 18 admitted.
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride: Far from those kid-friendly rides through a pumpkin patch, this hayride unleashes all sorts of demons and bogeys on Griffith Park. It's an actual hayride—a long one—paired with a “scary-go-round” for wee ones (and 'fraidy cats), a number of scare zones and a pitch black maze filled with "demons and maniacs," and probably lots of frisky teenagers. This year's theme, "Clown," brings back the clown tent finale and is sure to trigger some serious coulrophobia.
Halloween Ghost Train: All aboard this family-friendly ride through a sort-of-frightening stretch of track in Griffith Park. The beloved Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum tradition returns from the dead following a gap year.
Hope you enjoy the Halloween season!