In a city known for people dressed in costume on any day of the year throughout Hollywood and surrounding L.A. areas, Halloween in Los Angeles is an extra festive affair. Weeks before Halloween, the city gets ready with all sorts of Los Angeles Halloween events for both children and adults, whether living in the city or visiting while on vacation. No matter where you choose to go on Halloween in Los Angeles, expect some of the best festivities and to see some of the best costumes in the country.
Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights
This year, Halloween Horror Nights expands the realm of terror with the scariest, most intense Halloween event in Southern California. Horror comes to life as you face your deepest fears in new mazes: The Walking Dead: Dead Inside, Welcome to Silent Hill, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Saw is the Law, Alice Cooper Goes to Hell 3D, La Llorona: La Cazadora de los Niños and Universal Monsters Remix.
Try to escape the hordes of walkers from AMC’s The Walking Dead as they invade the famous Universal backlot on the all-new Terror Tram. Then scream ’til your lungs explode as you venture through horrific scare zones – all created by the sickest and most twisted minds in horror.
Find a brief escape at an all-new Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure show. Party on as those two most excellent dudes return to skewer the biggest names in entertainment and pop culture. Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights. Once you’re inside… there is no way out!
Halloween Harvest Festival at Pierce College
Help us welcome back “Spookley” the square pumpkin and his friend Jack the scarecrow at the all new Holiday Hill Farms stage show inside our very own pick your own pumpkin patch. This themed activity offers a chance to see Spookley the Square Pumpkin LIVE in his very own stage show and actually harvesting your very own pumpkin. You can venture through our Adventure Corn Maze, or maybe take a spooky journey into our Haunted House or our Haunted Trail. We also have plenty of kids activities happening every day.
For those looking for something more extreme, the Halloween Harvest Festival takes on a more sinister persona after dark as FrightFair Scream Park comes to life, featuring: both the “Factory of Nightmares” Haunted House, and our “Creatures of the Corn” Haunted Trail – Not for the easily startled! For more information visit their FrightFair Website here.
Old Town Haunt – Pasadena
This Halloween descend into the basement of the historical Union Savings Bank Building where mysterious occurrences have taken place in the buildings’ deadly history. In fact, something lives down there in the dark….not some one, but some thing. The basement that was sealed shut for decades is being reopened for your investigation into the unknown, what will you do when the catacombs and darkness surround you! For more information visit their website http://www.oldtownhaunt.com/
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride
With the unprecedented amount of media and celebrity attendance in previous years, Los Angeles Haunted Hayride has upped the ante with a brand new 360-degree interactive experience. The LAHH will take the terror to all sides, and even overhead, of unsuspecting patrons while some get splashed with a bit of spatter for a more unnerving experience. Additionally, the trail has been extended in length to provide more content and a longer ride than ever before.
This year’s theme is “The Congregation,” which will explore the darkness and power of cults. “The Congregation” is the prequel to previous years, as it takes patrons back in what has been a three year story to experience the darkness that overcame The Clifton’s, as well as the community before the fateful night that a mysterious church fire killed an entire congregation. Book your ride today at their website http://bit.ly/HauntedHayride
Trick or Treat at the Aquarium
Discover the creatures lurking in the depths at Scarium of the Pacific—a spooktacular educational Halloween event for the whole family. Enjoy special Halloween programs, including the annual children’s costume contest, the creepy coloring contest, face painting, magic shows, underwater pumpkin carving, spooky storytelling, kooky crafts, eerie animals in the Great Hall, and much more. Venture under the sea this Halloween. For more information visit their website http://bit.ly/ScariumofthePacific