Fall Events and Halloween Haunts 🎃💀

Dated: October 6 2021

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Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch

(Culver City, California; October 7 - 31)

Mr. Bones isn't your average pumpkin patch. In addition to picking out a gourd to take home, visitors can get in on a whole lot of fun family activities, including pumpkin carving, straw mazes, face painting, a pumpkin village, and more. For more info: click here.

Knott's Scary Farm

(Buena Park, California; Now - October 31)

Got to expect the best at Southern California's largest Halloween event, revelers will discover haunted houses, spooky shows and more than 1,000 terrifying characters and creatures lurking around the amusement park. Enter if you dare.

 

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

(San Dimas; California Now - October 31)

Drive up to Bonelli Regional Park to experience an original haunted show featuring a multimedia story displayed on a 40-foot screen. Tickets are $49.99 for one car with two people (and $9.99 for each additional passenger).

Haunt 'O Ween

(Woodland Hills, California; October 1 - 31)

A massive Halloween "playground" that's perfect for families with children of all ages, this experience involves pumpkin picking, costumed live actors, immersive installations, and more. For more info: click here.

Nights Of The Jack

(Calabasas, California; Now - October 31)

Walk across the grounds of the scenic King Gillette Ranch as the Santa Monica Mountains hideaway is illuminated with thousands of hand-carved jack-o’-lanterns. Nights of the Jack reverts to an on-foot, two-thirds-of-a-mile trail this year (with a “Spookeasy,” too). Timed tickets required each night; expect to spend an hour to an hour and a half there.

Halloween Horror Nights

(Universal City, California; Now - October 31)

Confront familiar foes at Universal Studios’ annual Halloween festivities, where big-budget scares meet iconic horror movie characters. Get your tickets and enjoy the scare ride: click here.

Reign Of Terror Haunted House

(Thousand Oaks, California; Now - November 6)

Reign of Terror Haunted House is an award-winning, walk-through haunted house,  featuring more than 130 custom rooms in 10 different, inter-connected sections. We are packed with terrifying scenes,  swarms of living and animated mechanical characters, amazing props, and countless spectacular special effects. All designed to give you a thrilling and fun time.

The Clown Academy Horror Maze 

(Los Angeles, California; October 7 - 24)

The Clown Academy is a state of the art horror experience. You and your group will be traveling to the abandoned carnival and enjoy popcorn, carnival games and live entertainers as you await your entry into the maze.

Upon entering the maze, you will experience a horror spectacle full of the most nostalgic and classic games gone HORROR.

Calabasas Pumpkin Festival

Calabasas, California; October 17)

Did you know that Calabasas got its name from the Spanish word “Calabaza” meaning “pumpkin”or “gourd”? Local legend has it that in the late 1700's, explorer Juan Bautista de Anza was traveling through the area now known as Calabasas when suddenly, his wagon full of pumpkins overturned.  A few months later, the area saw its first pumpkin patch! 200 years later it's a tradition of food, celebrations, and of course, pumpkins!

Torrance Movie In The Park

(Torrance, California; October 30)

Grab your costumes, blankets, and lawn chairs for this special Halloween event! Enjoy food booths, costume parade, and a special viewing of Adams Family (PG, 2019) under the stars! No registration required, for more info: click here.

Delusion

(Pomona, California; Now - November 21)

Its past installments have found attendees stealthing their way through a Victorian home and embarking on a Blade Runner-esque bounty hunt. And now this celebrated immersive horror theater event is returning to L.A. for an event an a 146-year-old mansion.

 

Carved

(Descanso Gardens; October 11 - 31)

Carved is a family-friendly event for all ages. For three weeks in October, hundreds of carved pumpkins will line a 1-mile walk through the Camellia Forest and Oak Grove. Along with pumpkins, there will be exciting new oversized sculptures made of sticks and other natural materials. The popular Pumpkin House, a hay maze, and themed food and beverage will all help to create a fun harvest festival ambiance!

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