Halloween is here–and horror is back in the form of haunted houses, immersive horror experiences, and traditional theater. After last year’s socially distanced Halloween, we can finally walk down narrow corridors smelling of fog and latex while actors jump out and narratives crawl under our skin. With a year off, so many companies have come back strong, with some of their best offerings yet. Here, Haunting offers you our 2021 Halloween Guide to help you make the most of your season and not miss a single event.
Please keep in mind that, due to current state restrictions, some events will require advanced reservations or tickets.
We will be updating this guide regularly as new events are announced. If you know of any events that we should add, send us an email and let us know!
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CREEP returns in 2021 for its biggest, boldest iteration yet.
Known for reimagining and redefining the theatre-going experience, JFI Productions proves this year will be no exception– even during the ever-changing post-pandemic climate. CREEP 2021 is filled with intimate moments, deep connections and soul-shaking chills and thrills, all within the bounds of safety, compliance, consent, and, of course, facial coverings. But what’s Halloween without a good mask, anyway? This year, guests will find themselves in a multitude of surprising worlds including a lush and sultry bar, a desolate town-square populated with odd characters, and a world-warping haunted house with a mind of its own.
With only 6 showtimes a night, this year CREEP L.A. welcomes intimate groups of 6 brave souls into its dark and twisted world on select dates September 30th – October 31st.
Dates: Sept 30, Oct 1-2, 7-9, 20-24, 27-31
Location: The Ghost Light (1123 Vine Street, Los Angeles, CA 90038)
The vanguard of interactive horror theatre presents: Reaper’s Remorse.
There are some dead that won’t let go. Clutching to this world by whatever threads they can find. Pretty red shoes. A shotgun. A loved one left behind. And although these strands of life can be as innocent as a child’s toy… everything has its price. A price only Esther Phillips can afford.
She lives alone. A solemn collector surrounded by artifacts that not only tell tales, but carry the very souls they’re tied to. An ethereal prison of those unwilling to let go.
Esther’s latest acquisition may be her greatest yet… if she would only go near. Fear, anger and regret bleed from it. Things decay, but memories can linger.
A rare invitation has been extended to you, fellow lovers of the occult. An exclusive evening to play your part in the haunting and epic story of Esther Phillips.
There are some dead that won’t let go, and there are others that must make them.
Dates: Thurs-Sun Sept 16 – Nov 21
Times: 6:30pm – 12am
Location: Philip’s Mansion (2640 Pomona Blvd, Pomona, CA 91768)
“IT’S ALIVE!” is an original immersive experience, set in Mary Shelley’s grief-stricken and guilt-ridden mind. Prepare to be separated from the people you came with and have a unique experience as you meet the poets and radicals of Mary’s inner circle. Help to create Frankenstein’s monster; encounter performers one-on-one; traverse the world of historic mansions and an abandoned church.
Dates: Oct 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 28-31
Times: Thurs, Fri & Sun 8pm; Sat 6:45 pm & 9pm
Location: Mountain View Mausoleum (2300 N Marengo Ave, Altadena, CA 91001)
Beginning in 1995, the Historical Society of Long Beach has conducted an annual living history tour at the city’s two oldest cemeteries. Located on Willow Street between Orange and California and adjacent to one another, Long Beach Municipal Cemetery and Sunnyside Cemetery are “home” to more than 20,000 past residents of the area.
The tour features graveside presentations by professional and volunteer actors who relate the life and demise of the person lying in rest. Each year’s program features a number of stories – some are individuals who helped shape the city’s political past, others are ordinary people whose tales remind us that rich or poor, famed or nearly forgotten, everyone has a story to tell. Period costumes worn by all the performers further heighten the experience with an aura of authenticity. Many guests get so involved in the presentation that questions like “What was it like to live here in 1920?” are often asked of the performers.
This one-of-a-kind living history event provides an amazing opportunity to remember the lesser-known and well-known figures in Long Beach history.
Dates: Oct 30
Times: 8:30am-3pm (Ticket Sales end at 12pm)
Location: Sunnyside Cemetery (1095 E Willow St, Long Beach, CA 90806)
Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group’s ALL-NEW fun and frightening Haunted-Halloween Theatrical Attraction for 2021, steering theater-goers and thrill-seekers through a terrifying “Urban Death” Maze & Show of inexplicable horrors, unfathomable monstrosities, and the disturbed spirits that walk among us!
Directed by Zombie Joe and Jana Wimer. For Ages 17 and up.
Dates: Fri-Sat Oct 1-Nov 1
Location: Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre (4850 Lankershim Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 91601)
Table 8 Immersive – the twisted minds behind Krampus and Horrorwood Video – bring you a new experience for Spooky Season…
The Pyewacket Society for Occultural Affairs (est. 1919) is recruiting new members in their ongoing quest to make contact with the dead. Tonight, the veil will lift and you’ll experience firsthand what lies beyond. Mingle with Society members in our swinging cocktail lounge and raise a glass to spirits come and gone – before you set off on your daunting – and terrifying – quest beyond the living. The secrets you uncover about the Pyewacket family will haunt you forever…
Ghost(s) is a fully immersive theatrical experience in which groups of six are taken beyond the veil to make contact with the deceased.
Dates: Oct 7-9, 14-16, 21-23, 28-30
Location: The Usual Spot (100 S Maryland Pkwy suite 110, Las Vegas, NV 89101)
BCR: “A Place to Scare” presents it’s 3rd Annual “Cursed Creek”! An Outdoor Haunted Walk-thru Attraction. Three (3) weekends in October 2021.
For 2021, BCR’s Witches have invited you into their realm of spells, hexes, and curses that are being placed upon the sacred grounds, at Cursed Creek.
Experience ALL types of Voodoo Folklore, Cult Legend…and for the first time, Supernatural Witch Familiars!
Do you dare cross the path of Cursed Creek?
WE dare you to…first come, first Cursed!
Dates: Oct 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, 30
Location: BCR: A Place to Grow (230 Amherst Dr, Burbank, CA 91504)
Haunted Rose Productions in collaboration with Whittier Museum have created a historical horror themed haunted attraction, guaranteed to make you scream with terror and delight this Halloween weekend!
Dates: Oct 29-31
Price: $5 donation
Location: Whittier Museum (6755 Newlin Ave, Whittier, CA 90601)
The Horror Car Wash is a carefully curated experience, with ghosts and ghouls popping up throughout the wash, and special effects providing a terrifying ambiance. Participants can also expect unique surprises each night!
Dates: Oct 8-10, 15-17, 22-24, 29-31
Location: Bubble Express Car Wash (2711 Del Amo Blvd, Lakewood, CA 90712)
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.
Our epic thriller blurs the lines of reality and horror with an ultra realistic approach on haunted houses. We encourage guest to touch and interact with the environment and truly immerse themselves into our world of clownery. Our clowns are excited to be able to meet every “student” who will be screaming through the halls in terror.
With that, we say Welcome to The Clown Academy! Stay alert and stay alive. Fall behind in class and our clowns may have to step in.
Dates: Oct 7-24
Reign of Terror is an award-winning, walk-through haunted house, featuring more than 130 custom rooms in 10 different, inter-connected sections. They 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.
Reign of Terror Haunted House is open 17 nights in Fall 2021! Starting Friday, Sept 24 thru Sat, Nov 6 (Lights Out Special Event)
* NEW FOR FALL 2021 *
*NEW Location, NEW Facility at the Janss Marketplace, Thousand Oaks
*NEW Layout, NEW Sequence of Attractions with more twists and turns, creepier than ever
Dates: Fri& Sat 9/24-11/6 and Oct 24, 28, & 31
Location: Reign of Terror (225 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360)
Haunted Mini Golf includes- 1 Round of Mini Golf on one of our Haunted Mini Golf courses. There are 2 courses to choose from- Dawn of Daytona course will be family-friendly with a silly pumpkin patch and cemetery, followed up by a forest of spirits and witches. The Spirits of Sebring course will begin in a pumpkin patch, but a toxic spill has caused our pumpkins and scarecrows to come to life and they have overrun the Mini Golf course.
VIP Includes- Unlimited Go-Karts and Video Games plus 2 Rounds of Mini Golf during your reserved time.
Dates: Sept 24-25, Oct 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 29-31
Location: SpeedZone Los Angeles (17871 Castleton St, City of Industry, CA 91748)
Casa Creepy Haunted House is south Orange County’s largest family-friendly Halloween attraction, with a 1920s-themed haunted house and gardens.
Walk through 2.5 acres of the most haunted mansion on the block! Werewolves, vampires and ghosts are waiting behind every corner of our historic home, and you can bet on plenty of creepy-crawlies in the gardens.
Casa Creepy Haunted House is suitable for most families with children ages 8 and up; please use your discretion. Costumes are encouraged; masks not allowed.
Dates: Oct 28-30
Location: Casa Romantica (415 Avenida Granada, San Clemente, CA 92672)
Haunted Trails is returning this October for another year of terrifying thrills. You are invited to join them on the trail for three memorable nights that are sure to haunt your dreams. Their undead monsters are eagerly awaiting your arrival.
Reservations open Oct 4 here.
Dates: Oct 22-24
Location: Crown Valley Park (29751 Crown Valley Pkwy, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677)
Haunt of Halloween conjures up a hell of a scary time in truly macabre fashion starting Sept. 30-Oct. 31, 2021 on selected days/nights. From our collective twisted minds come Outpost 13 an immersive experience. It’s a frighteningly realistic haunted attraction that unmasks the true spirit of Halloween that will have you coming back for more.
Haunt of Halloween the ideal Halloween experience for Halloween fanatics. Features a haunted maze, scare zone, sideshows & more to get into the Halloween spirit!
Dates: Sept 30 – Oct 31
Times: Thurs 7pm-10pm; Fri & Sat 6pm-12am; Sun 6pm-10pm
Location: Kaleidoscope Mall (27741 Crown Valley Pkwy, Mission Viejo, CA 92691)
Tunnel of Fright offers good clean family entertainment at an affordable price. You enter our Tunnel with a dirty car and exit with a clean shiny car, and the scare of your lifetime. Our safety protocols provide for a no contact experience where your senses are excited as you anticipate the next adventure.
Dates: Sept 29-30, Oct 1-3, 7-10, 14-17, 28-31
Price: $35 per car
Location: Two Thumbs Up Car Wash (4450 Westminster Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92703)
A world class car wash experienced with a haunted tunnel that you and loved ones will never forget all from the comfort of your own vehicle.
Tunnel of Terror OC Haunted Carwash is a carefully curated experience, with ghosts and ghouls popping up throughout the wash, and special effects providing a terrifying ambiance. Participants can also expect unique surprises each night!
Dates: Oct 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29
Price: $25 per car
Location: Big Wave Express Car Wash (2219 Lincoln Ave, Anaheim, CA 92801)
Ventura & Santa Clarita Valley
Join Stryker Paintball & Airsoft through the battle grounds of the Zombie Apocalypse every Friday and Saturday in October! You will be armed with a paintball gun loaded with Zombie flesh eating toxic paintballs. Help beat back the attacking zombies and return the un-dead to the dead! Help save humanity!
It is highly recommended that you buy your tickets in advance. The Zombie Hunt Trail is safe and fun for all ages. The minimum age for shooters is six years old. Shoot the Zombies but don’t worry, they don’t shoot back! Zombie Hunters leave every 30 minutes.
Dates: Oct 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29
Location: Stryker Paintball & Airsoft (17081 S Mountain Rd, Santa Paula, CA 93060)
CBF Productions is proud to present the Ventura County Fear Grounds at Surfer’s Point LIVE in Ventura, CA!
Are you ready to FACE YOUR FEARS?!? Grab your tickets today…We dare you.
Ventura County Fear Grounds has three horrifying open air haunts – The Cage, The Terror Trail, and The Fright Train.
There will also be Food, Spirits, Haunts & Screams at the Dead End.
Dates: Sept 30 – Oct 31
Times: Fri& Sat 5pm-11pm; Sun, Tues-Thurs 5pm-10pm
Location: Ventura County Fairgrounds (10 W Harbor Blvd., Ventura, CA 93001)
Temecula Terror is the Inland Empire’s newest haunted attraction.
Guests will pay a visit to a forgotten stop on the Butterfield Stage Route, just outside of Temecula proper. There sits a small town hosting its first-ever Halloween Harvest Carnival, but once you make it past the festive fanfare, you will discover that the town itself is really the haunted attraction! The town residents welcome you to Otis Hatcher’s twisted Halloween home at 301 Hyde Street, a brush with the spirit world beyond the veil at the town Crypt cemetery, and finally a perilous peek into the halls of Butterfield Asylum.
3 Terrifying Mazes Plus a giant scare zone! Can you make it out alive?
Two GA Bars will serve up a host of creepy cocktails and brews. For VIP ticket holders, an exclusive bar, patio, and secret Spirit Speakeasy will be available
If you’re looking to bring your mini monsters to our haunt, we invite you to join us for our Family Fright hours from 5-7PM each evening for a spooky (but not SCARY) experience. The whole family can enjoy harvest carnival games, photo opps, trick-or-treating with our vendors, and a kiddo costume contest on our main stage!
Dates: Thurs-Sun Oct 1-31
Location: Galway Downs (38801 Los Corralitos Rd, Temecula, CA 92592)
This fall, Castle Park transforms into an arena of screams and scares for Castle Dark! As night falls, the scariest Riverside Halloween experience makes your absolute worst nightmares a reality.
Headlining the haunted experience at Castle Dark are three terrifying mazes, each with a different, twisted theme. NEW for 2021, guests will come face to face with their worst fears in Castle Dark’s largest ever maze, Phobias. Tight spaces, snakes, the dark, no guest will leave without facing their phobias in this fully immersive and interactive thriller. Those that survive will find no time for clownin’ around as they visit Mr. Tubb$’ Twisted Circus! This circus is a show of oddities like no other, filled with freaks of nature, twisted acrobats, and crazy clowns. Then, head Home Sweet Home. Guests are invited to a fun family gathering, but this family is not all they appear to be. Watch out for Daddy, he’s having a really bad day…
In addition, Castle Park’s 2 dozen rides & attractions will operate during Castle Dark, as well as their 4 award winning miniature golf courses.
Dates: Fri-Sun Sept 25 – Oct 31
Times: Fri & Sat 7pm-12am; Sun 7pm-10pm
Location: Castle Park (3500 Polk St, Riverside, CA 92505)
Coffin Creek is back in Oct 2021 for 14 years of fear.
At the Brimstone Asylum at Coffin Creek, you can explore Coffin Creek’s 5 haunted attractions and the Dark Shadow Market Place at one terrifying location.
The Brimstone Asylum for the Criminally Insane
The Catacombs and the Raven Cult
The Dead Wolf Trail
Uncle Zeds Extraterrestrial Expedition
Dates: Fri-Sun Oct 8-31 & Thurs Oct 28
Times: Fri & Sat 7pm-12am; Thurs & Sun 7pm-10pm
Location: Coffin Creek (14600 Baron Dr, Corona, CA 92880)
This typical neighborhood home, that you pass by without a moment’s glance, is where pure evil lurks. Within these very walls, a twisted serial killer brings his gruesome thoughts to life. While trying to catch this killer the local police department has exhausted all their resources, but with your help, the killer can be caught. As you sneak into this unsuspecting home, hopefully undetected, you will realize that you made a grave mistake. Little did you know, the moment you stepped a foot onto the property, you went from being the hunter to the HUNTED
This year, Countyline Fright is also putting on an escape room:
The Study is a mini escape room designed to help you bypass the line for our haunt. Local authorities have been on the hunt for a serial killer, and one of their best detectives (last seen entering the study) has gone missing. We need your help: catch the killer while escaping with your life. Your exit door leads directly to the front of the line for our haunted maze.
Dates: Sept 24-Oct 31
Location: Countyline Fright (34285 County Line Rd, Yucaipa, CA 92399)
An all-new rebranded event is coming to the city of Chino this Halloween and you won’t want to miss it!
Dark Harvest Haunted Attraction will be sprouting up in the haunted corn field of Frosty’s Forest and Pumpkin Patch this October. At over 1 acre in size, Dark Harvest is the only haunted corn maze in Southern California and will take about 30 minutes to complete.
After finding a new home in 2020 during COVID, in a year where a lot of haunted attractions went silent, the talent behind local independent haunts “The Fleshyard” and “Perdition home” collaborated with the team at Frosty’s Forest to create “Harvest of Horrors”. After a very successful year at Frosty’s, a decision was made to rebrand these 2 haunts into “Dark Harvest Haunted Attraction”.
Besides the massive haunted corn maze, there will also be a zombie paintball attraction, scare zone, and many other scary surprises springing forth from the patch. Carnival rides, inflatables, food vendors, petting zoo, sunflower patch and lots of pumpkins will make Frosty’s Forest a must-see for the 2021 Halloween season!
Dates: Thurs-Sun Sept 30-Oct 31
Times: Thurs & Sun 7pm-11pm; Fri & Sat 7pm-12am
Location: Frosty’s Forest Pumpkin Patch (14861 Ramona Ave, Chino, CA 91710)
Fear in 3D – The Experiment is a frightfully unique haunted attraction located in the Shoppes at Chino Hills.
At Fear in 3D, you are The Experiment. You will come face-to-face the creepiest sights and scariest creatures that will surely keep you up at night. They bring your darkest nightmares to life!
This terrifying adventure is certain to bring chills down your spine. Fear in 3D has been completely renovated for 2021 with brand new scenes and scares around every corner. Do you think you have what it takes to be part of the Experiment? Come experience Southern California’s largest and most frightful Halloween 3D Haunt EVER! Their ghouls are dying to meet you.
Dates: Thurs-Sun Oct 1-31
Dates: Oct 13-17, 21-24, 27-31
Location: Greenspot Farms (10133 Ward Way, Mentone, CA 92359)
Hallows Eve Inc presents Deadwater State Penitentiary at the Launch Pointe and bringing you the thrill of a lifetime. A great family fun entertainment with a full walkthrough haunted attraction and nightly shows starting just after dark!
Welcome to Dead Water State Penitentiary. Once the home of the most notorious and violent criminals, Dead Water was forced to close in 1963 when word leaked out of the wardens’ most evil and nefarious methods of correction. Heinous methods of torture were found out to be more prevalent and common than not. Shortly after its closure, the prison was purchased and secretly run by an anonymous source who once again assured the public things would be different. Dead Water’s reputation started to recover until the fall of 1965 when Dr. Dipshit became hired on as chief medical surgeon who had other intentions for human suspects that society disregarded and who would not be missed outside these cold, layered brick walls. Prisoners were sent to Dead Water under the guise of promised rehabilitation, however, the doctor, being slightly mad himself, chose to experiment on the inmates like lab rats. His goal: to create a viable, insanely disturbed army of clowns he controlled to overtake the prison guards and wreak havoc on the public at large. Tip from the warden: steer clear of the Dr. at all cost.
Dates: Oct 1-31
Get lost in the mansion while you try to escape the grips of the lost souls forever trapped for eternal damnation! Try to control your senses and stay focused as you navigate your way through the darkness on your own unguided tour. Feel your heart beating faster, while you cling to every breath you take hoping to see the light of freedom beyond the next door you open…….
Dates: Oct 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 21-24, 27-31
Times: Fri & Sat 7pm-10pm; Weds, Thurs, & Sun 7pm-9pm
Location: Promenade Mall West (40820 Winchester Rd, Temecula, CA 92591)
Midnight Dreary Production Studio is proud to present All Saints Lunatic Asylum – Haunted Attraction Halloween Season!!
All Saints Lunatic Asylum – Haunted Attraction is ready to reopen after a year long hiatus during the Covid-19 Pandemic for the safety of our community, friends and family.
Timed ticketing RESERVATIONS only so grab your tickets now!
Dates: Fri & Sat Oct 1-31 & Halloween
Location: All Saints Lunatic Asylum (22521 Shawnee Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92308)
Fear Farm has decided to remain at its original location on Sundown Dr. in Phelan, CA. This will not effect the quality of the show, in fact they have decided to add more attractions.
3 Haunted Attractions – Scare Zones – Food – Live Entertainment
Dates: Fri-Sun Oct 15-31
Location: Fear Fark Haunted Screampark (6275 Sundown Drive, Phelan, CA 92371)
High Desert Haunted House is back with their Walk-Through Attractions The Victoria Manor & Dead Wood Ghost Town.
Dates: Oct 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 21-23, 28-31
Times: Opens at 8pm
Price: $12 or $10 with 10 Non-Expired Cans of Food
Join AleSmith and ScareVentures at the brewery for Fright Nights! A haunted tour through the brewery to see exactly what makes Evil Dead Red so irresistible
Halloween fear served with a beer!
Venture from the brewery’s shipping docks and facilities, all the way back to the Zien Family Farm just to see what that secret ingredient is making Evil Dead Red so darn irresistible. But once on the farm… beware the Red Harvest! Who knows what evil lurks in the rolling wheat fields…
Dates: Oct 22-24 28-31
Times: Fri& Sat 7pm-11pm; Thurs & Sun 7pm-10pm
Location: AleSmith Brewing Co (9990 AleSmith Ct, San Diego, CA 92126)
The Haunted Amusement Park is located in El Cajon, CA at the Site of the old Marshal Scotty’s Playland amusement park.
The days of playing on the Bumper Cars or going for a ride on the Ferris Wheel are long gone now and the attractions and Buildings have been left in disrepair. The Haunting look and History of the park make for a great setting for a Scare trail and Haunted Houses, Screams of excitement have turned into screams of Terror at the Haunted Amusement Park!
The Haunted Amusement Park is a walk through the dark and desolate grounds of what was once a joyful place. The trail takes you under the old Roller Coaster, around the Ferris Wheel and in to the Bumper Cars . You will also make your way through the long creepy hallways in the Houses of Horror. But before you can leave, their resident Clown friends will bring back the old days with a clown party in Clown Town!
Dates: Oct 1-31
Price: $18-$29 Tickets Sold On Site only
Location: Marshall Scotty’s Playland (14011 Ridge Hill Rd., El Cajon, CA 92021)
3 Haunts, 1 Location
The Haunted Hotel has been “disturbed”, completely upset, thrown into disorderly chaos…every possessed zombie, every dead freak, every spider web, and every last drop of blood have been unearthed and re-located to Mission Valley.
The Haunted Hotel’s Disturbance is BACK with new frights and back by popular demand must have scares: 3D Freak Fest, Killbilly Chaos, and The Haunted Hotel….3 of the creepiest haunts you’ve ever imagined experiencing!
Roaming Characters, Light Shows, Axe Throwing, VR areas, Glow Wear, Fun Bev’s, LIVE entertainment and DJ’s bring the PARTY to your Haunt Experience! Located by Target with plenty of FREE Parking!
Dates: Oct 1-31
Location: Mission Valley Center (1288 Camino Del Rio N, San Diego, CA 92108 – West Parking Lot near Target)
The Haunted Trail of Balboa Park is BACK, with two haunts in one; a mile long terrifying outdoor trail through twisted pines and gnarled oaks and the 3,500 square foot eXperiment Maze.
Follow the faceless boy through Merlin’s Forest, float downstream with Pennywise, climb aboard the Ghoul Bus where a cloister of Nuns share the horrifying ride with you, steampunk Chainsaw-Wielding clowns have the run of the trail, feel your way through the fog of the upside down world, and meet your favorite Horror Icons lurking in the dark corners……Do you have the guts?
Dates: Sept 24 – Oct 31
Location: Balboa Park (Balboa Dr &, Juniper Rd, San Diego, CA 92101)
This year Freakling Bros Horro Show presents THE RETURN of FREAKLING BROS HORROR SHOWS. The Top 3 Haunted Houses in Vegas, all at one location… and for the first time ever they will offer one simple admission for UNLIMITED access to their haunts all night long.
The fan favorite, Castle Vampyre, was set to retire in 2019 to make way for a new attraction. The pandemic forced them to delay that plan. So this year they will have an encore performance of The Castle – see it while you can, it might be your last chance.
Dates: Oct 1-3, 7-10, 14-31
Times: 7pm-12am (On Halloween they don’t close until the last person goes home)
Location: 6555 S Riley St Las Vegas NV 89148
Come experience the Horror of the Halloween Maze.
🔪(8 themed rooms of horror )🤡
A live movie experience that you get to walk through and experience how it feels to be within the movie. With all live actors, you’ll be sure to scratch your Halloween itch. 🎃
Dates: Oct 1-3, 7-10, 14-17, 21-24, 27-30
Asylum and Hotel Fear are Las Vegas’ scariest Haunts!
Join them in celebrating 22 years of fear.
In 2020, they totally rebuilt the Asylum! Now, Hotel Fear is being upgraded and remodeled!!
Dates: Sept 30, Oct 1-3, 7-9, 14-17, 21-24, 28-31
Location: Meadows Mall (4300 Meadows Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89107)
Moapa Valley Corn Maze is back for 2021. This year there are multiple Halloween experiences to try out:
A Haunted Corn Maze, Haunted Hayride, Haunted Barn and Zombie Paintball.
Dates: Sept 30, Oct 1-3, 7-10, 13-17, 20-24, 26-31
Location: Moapa Valley Corn Maze (1500 Lewis Ranch Rd, Moapa, NV 89025)
2,000 square feet of twists, turns and sheer terror. The most affordable haunt in Las Vegas! All proceeds benefit the Serving Our Kids Foundation.
Dates: Oct 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 22-24, 29-31
Location: Tivoli Village (400 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145)
Join Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum in their fifth year of fright for their lights-out flashlight tour!
Nightmare at the Museum is a one-of-a-kind haunted attraction experience! This is a lights-out flashlight tour of their creature collection, where visitors will receive a flashlight at the door and will find out firsthand what the monsters will do when the lights go out! You never know which of the monsters might come to life!
FEATURING THE FRIGHT ZONE!
See what terrors await at the Fright Zone!
Your fear is here, in this old historic location in Boulder City! Clowns, Chainsaws, Creepy Dolls… if it terrifies you, it’s probably here. Join them, if you dare…
Dates: Oct 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 21-23, 27-31
Location: Tom Devlin’s Haunted Museum (1310 Boulder City Pkwy, Boulder City, NV 89005)
We return once more to Perpetuum Penitentiary and the torturous story of our Paula. After accepting responsibility for the vicious murder of her son, Lincoln, Paula now seeks atonement for past sins. Even after months of intense labor, strengthening her body and mind, Paula has repeatedly failed in appealing to the Prison’s sinister Warden for freedom. It’s not enough. It’s never enough.
Her work must continue.
At Perpetuum, a new circle of hell has taken root. Courtesy of Vixi Labs, and by the Warden’s decree, all Prison treatment facilities will now be powered by revolutionary Vixi-technology. Operated by vile and sadistic engineers, their unorthodox methods for treating evils of humanity have hit new levels of depravity. They are enjoying every minute.
Will you join Paula in her fight for redemption? Or will you succumb to the madness? Will you cry Mercy or will you emerge from Perpetuum changed and “FEARLESS”?
Dates: Sept 17 – Oct 31
Times: 7pm-11pm (Some nights go as late as 12:30am)
For the past four years, you have been the prime example of a perfect inmate. As a reward for your good behavior, the Warden has chosen you to attend a field trip, leaving behind the walls of the penitentiary for one special evening of rehabilitation. But, as you know by now at The 17th Door, you never know what will happen next. Welcome to The Field Trip.
This 50 minute off-site experience will transport you from the grim and gruesome prison to a pair of worlds that are both equally wacky and unique. From Rave Furries to Ratrod Clowns, you are in for a wild ride that includes chasing, hiding, drops, sparks, music, dancing, and a bunch of cool cars; You may even find yourself suspended 20 feet in the air. Part drive through, part walk through, all fun, this intense experience is like nothing ever done before.
Dates: Oct 1 – Oct 31
Times: 7pm-11pm (Some nights go as late as 12:30am)
Midnight Experiment is re-imagined as the MDNGHT XPRMNT Series. Welcome to Chapter 1, Illusion. More intense & dark than ever before.
MDNGHT XPRMNT is a EXTREME immersive experience.
For the safety of the performers and expected guests:
– You must be over the age of 18.
– You must follow all directions at all times.
– Stay on the marked path at all times.
– Do not ever touch an actor unless you are instructed to do so.
– Do not ever speak unless you are instructed to do so.
– You will be prompted to do certain actions.
– Face masks are required to be worn at all times, NO EXCEPTIONS.
– You will be required to sign a waiver release form.
Dates: Oct 16
Beginning this September, you will have the ability to take part in cleaning our nations filth.
Haunted House Opening this September.
Experience the hit-film “The Purge” in real life! The Purge: Revival puts you in the middle of the action.
Dates: Sept 17 & 24
Price: Free – $5 Priority Access
Location: 702 N Beachwood Dr, Burbank, CA 91506
Prepare yourself as you come face to face with the Boogeyman!
The Grey Phantom has decided to make this a walk through maze and you’ll come face to face with the ghosts that creep inside the grey phantom. Online Tickets will be required through eventbrite this time for covid spacing, so space will be limited. Tickets will go online in September and Pricing is to be determined as well.
Don’t miss your chance to go inside the majestic grey phantom this year.
Dates: Oct 10, 15-17, 22-24, 29-30
Location: 14338 Funston Ave., Norwalk, CA 90650
The Haunt at Hellizondo is returning in 2021 to their new Canoga Park location (the same location as last year) and are bringing back the walk-through portion of their attraction, with an all-new theme! Please visit them October 29, 30, and 31, from 7 to 9 pm. They hope their Simi Valley friends will make the drive to visit them, and they look forward to scaring up some fun in the new neighborhood for many years to come.
Dates: Oct 29-31
Location: 21024 Arminta St, Canoga Park, CA 91304
The Lord of Shadow and his Matron are eager eat….I mean greet you as you explore the abandoned (but not empty) attic rooms of Hamre Manor – 665 Diabolki Way. Perhaps you’ll be the ones to discover the roots of the tragedy and disappearances all those years ago. Perhaps. A risky business – searching for answers. You may not like what you find…or what finds you!
Nevertheless, good times await.
The Realm of Shadow is a community Halloween haunted attraction, and is open to the public for select nights during the month of October. It is an elaborate “gore-free” haunted maze, and focuses on scares of extreme creepiness. Parents are encouraged to walk the Realm of Shadow with their children or by themselves…if they are brave enough (bruuughhahaha!) Souls 10 and up may enter by themselves, but let’s face it, it’s more fun for your kids to see adults jump, scream, and get scared.
Dates: Oct 22-24 & 29-31
Location: Trinity Christian School (11507 Studebaker Road, Norwalk, CA 90650)
Rotten Apple 907 celebrates their 30th Year of Haunting with a haunt called Evil in the London Fog.
Dates: Oct 22-24 & 29-31
Price: Free but Donations requested to support Volunteers of the Burbank Animal Shelter
Location: 907 N California St, Burbank, CA 91505
In this maze, guests will venture one by one into the decrepit halls of the old fisherman’s home on the shores of Ballard, Washington. A string of abductions has occurred over the course of the last 20 years. New evidence all points to the old fisherman and his home on Ballard Point..
Dates: Oct 30 & 31
Location: 3470 Val Verde Ave, Long Beach, CA 90808
Strange happenings are going on: Lights have been spotted in the sky. Satellites are picking up chilling frequencies. And nobody else is talking about it. It’s time for further investigation.
Experience the all-new thrilling haunt experience: Anomaly.
Coming to SoCal on October 30th & Halloween Night.
Dates: Oct 30-31
Location: 6721 Acacia Ave., Garden Grove, CA 92845
A legend looms over a newly founded Mine Tour in the underground sea caves below the ocean shore. Many miners have claimed to have heard things lurking in the shadows and rumors point to an ancient pirate curse buried for centuries. Are you brave enough to take the tour and discover if the superstition revolving the caves is true or not? Get your hardhat on, because this is a tour you’ll never forget…
Dates: Oct 16-17, 22-24, 29-31
Times: Fri & Sat 6:30pm-10pm; Sun 6:30pm-9pm
Price: Free but Donations Appreciated
Location: 2548 E Garfield Ave, Orange, CA 92867
Prism Haunted House is back for 2021 with an all-new walk-through haunt attraction for Orange County! We formally welcome you to The Museum Of Life where we host fantastic and eerie oddities gathered from around the known universe. All creatures are preserved and displayed as they would be found in their natural environments for your viewing and educational pleasures. Just please, don’t touch the specimens… you never know when they may touch back.
Dates: Oct 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 22-23, 29-31
Santa Ana Haunt is proud to announce their return for this 2021 haunt season! Are you ready to descend into hell and see what they have In store for you? and remember everyone’s hell is a little bit different from the others.
Dates: Oct 22-24, 29-31
Location: 2309 W Cubbon St, Santa Ana, CA 92704
Ventura and Santa Clarita
Agoura Horror Story 3 Presents: Club Vamp! An all haunted attraction put on by Agoura High School Drama Club! Come face to face with members of Club Vamp, a club filled with blood thirsty vampires that have been around for centuries! Will you make it out of the club? Or become a blood hungry creature for all eternity? Find out this fall at Agoura Horror Story 3!
Dates: Oct 29
Location: Agoura High School (28545 W Driver Ave, Agoura Hills, CA 91301)
Beware the Dark Realm is a FREE non profit Halloween Haunt to help raise funds for the local non profit Family Promise. Beware the Dark Realm haunted house is a high intensity walk-through attraction filled with terrifying live monsters, amazing special effects, and incredible sets, making this one of the premiere home haunts in California.
Beware The Dark Realm has a medieval theme and has the most realistic castle facade in California. The maze will take you through the winding corridors of the castle with creatures lurking behind every corner!
Pre sale fast-pass donation tickets towards @familypromisescv can be made on their website.
Dates: Oct 15-16, 22-23, 29-30
Coming October 2021 you will venture into world of Dr. Diablo’s Caskets and Curiosities and the Curse of Castaic Creek….
Dates: Oct 23, 29 & 30
Location: 29130 Diablo Pl., Castaic, CA 91384
2021 Stranger Things themed Home Haunt
Moreno Manor is a small home haunt located in Ojai California. For the past 16 years the Ellisons have been decorating their yard and house for Halloween enthusiasts to enjoy. The Haunt is usually kid friendly with limited gore.
Dates: Oct 29-31
Location: 830 Moreno Dr., Ojai, CA 93023
Nightmare on Indian Terrace is a home haunt and is free to visitors. This attraction features live scare actors, strobe effects, fog, and intense lighting. It features steps and is not accessible by wheelchair.
Dates: Oct 30-31
Caitlin Manor is a home haunt on Caitlin St in San Bernardino, CA, with a heavy focus on animatronics, movie IPs, and some innovative scares. However, where most home haunts last anywhere from a short two minutes to a long ten minutes, Caitlin Manor exceeds all expectations by providing over twenty minutes of terror. They achieve this by using all available space outside – from their garage, backyard, and side yard – and then even bring guests into their home.
You wont want to miss one of the scariest home haunts in Southern California.
Dates: Oct 22-24 29-31
Price: $10 Fundraiser
The tales that kept you up at night, brought to life in an all new horrifying maze. ‘Trick or treat’ will not be the only tale you’ll have to survive this fall.
Introducing Tales of Halloween. Corona Haunt’s newest original haunt for 2021, a horrifying twist on your traditional Halloween festivities and stories. Experience it starting October 21st
Dates: Oct 21-24 28-31
Location: 3161 Nutmeg Dr., Corona, CA 92882
Nestled in the foothills of the West Palm Springs Village, The Killgore family has resided on these hallowed grounds for generations. Some left trying to escape the family curse of a horrific untimely death. Gravely, they always come home, to dwell within the halls and walls of the manor. Hoping to never be sent to the depths of hell which loom so close to their souls. Some turned murderous, some became victims. All are ghostly apparitions that remain here with their secrets to haunt the living in their attempt to take your soul and send it to hell in their place.
You must listen closely as you may hear the sounds of the lost souls crying out, but beware, you may find yourself at the edge of hell if you do not protect your soul from the evil spirits cursed to the haunting grounds of Desert Decay Manor. You shall be guided through the haunted grounds to face your fears and tempt your fate. Forced to choose your path and ultimate demise or destiny.. Are you ready and willing? Will you be brave enough to walk these haunted halls?.. Only one way to find out…
Dates: Oct 29-31
Theme Parks & Large Scale Attractions
Midnight Falls is proudly hosting its 13th annual Halloween Festival for 1985. However, this strange town is always celebrating Halloween and it’s always 1985. But that doesn’t stop the citizens from enjoying the festival’s bizarre celebratory offerings. Visiting the Midnight Falls residents in the town square, neighborhoods and exploring the local establishments reveal more of the strange and sinister secrets behind this eerie town.
Be transported into an immersive world of ghosts, psychopathic clowns, vicious demons and Halloween magic. There are 4 Scare Zones: House of Shadows, Trick or Treat, Purgatory and the Haunted Hayride.
Get lost in SoCal’s ONLY true dark maze, go door to door meeting and getting candy from strangers in a terrifying neighborhood. Ride the Scary-Go-Round, see a psychic, catch a show at Theatre Macabre and tons more in your own personal purgatory…and of course, the iconic Haunted Hayride in it’s ninth year is the best it’s ever been.
Dates: Sept 24 – October 31
Halloween Horror Nights is back with a vengeance at Universal Studios Hollywood. You’ll want to bring plenty of friends with you to share the screams and watch your back as you all make your way through terrifying mazes. Face nightmarish creatures in sinister scare zones. Lose yourselves in outrageous live entertainment. And escape to some of the park’s most exhilarating attractions. You definitely need someone to hide behind, somebody to panic with. Because just as in horror films where the first to wander off meets a terrible fate, there’s one thing to remember at Halloween Horror Nights: Never Go Alone
Dates: Sept 9 – October 31
Location: Universal Studios Hollywood (100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608)
Knott’s Scary Farm is the largest and most haunting Halloween event in Southern California, with unimaginable scares and innovative thrills that can’t be found anywhere else.
The fully transformed theme park features uniquely haunted mazes and attractions, sinister shows, and more than 1,000 horrifying creatures lurking in the fog and hiding in every corner of the park.
These haunted attractions have the ingredients of a truly terrifying nightmare. But unlike most dreams, Knott’s Scary Farm is a nightmare you can’t wake up from — which makes it the thing to do for Halloween.
Dates: Sept 16 – October 31
Location: Knott’s Berry Farm (8039 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, CA 90620)
Ventura and Santa Clarita
A Spooktacular Celebration of Freaky Frights
Fright Fest is back at Six Flags! Get ready for the best Halloween event of the season, featuring family-friendly shows and attractions during the day and thrilling rides and scary haunted houses at night.
Thrills by Day
Little witches and goblins can enjoy a full day of festive fun! Take a ride on your favorite coaster or visit Bugs Bunny World for some family-friendly fun.
Fright by Night
When the sun sets, the terror comes alive. Only the bravest souls can handle our scare zones and other haunted attractions.
Dates: Sept 11-12, 18-19, 24-26, October 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 21-24, 28-31
Times: Fri & Sat 7pm-1am; Thurs & Sun 7pm-11pm
Location: Six Flags Magic Mountain (26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy, Valencia, CA 91355)
There’s a new terror in town, and it’s got a killer smile. For the first time ever, Howl-O-Scream has arrived to transform the peaceful SeaWorld San Diego park you once knew into something sinister. When night falls and a carnival of horrifying creatures surrounds you, just try to put on a happy face.
Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Quench your thirst for fear with fiendishly delicious cocktails, beer, and spirits. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. And deepen the thrills with a nighttime coaster ride.
Above all, try to resist the eyes of evil that threaten to follow you everywhere.
Dates: Sept 17 – October 31
Price: $44.99 – $99.99
Location: SeaWorld San Diego (500 Sea World Dr., San Diego, CA 92109)
To celebrate the Season, Zak Bagans is allowing limited, unprecedented access to USA Today’s #1 Haunted Destination in America-The Haunted Museum-in the form of The Late Night Flashlight Ghost Tour Experience and ghost-hunting!
After multiple investigations at The Haunted Museum by Zak and his team on Ghost Adventures, their documented evidence serves as solid proof of what you may come face-to-face with in total darkness after-hours. For the first-time ever, investigate a historic mansion that’s also filled with multiple accounts of malevolent hauntings by previous occupants and owners.
Only 20 people will be allowed in the entire museum with complete free-reign for one and half hours. 10 persons will then be divided in each half of the building and then swap sides after 45 minutes.…go by yourself if you dare.
Dates: Sept 10-11, 17-18, 24-25, Oct 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 29-30, Nov 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27
Times: 10pm-11:15pm & 11:45pm-1am
Location: Zag Bagans’ The Haunted Museum (600 E Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104)
Dinner & Drink Events
The House of Spirits returns, with a NEW location, NEW characters, and NEW cocktails! Step into a world of phantasmic refinement, as you mingle with spirits, witness secret ceremonies, commune with the dearly departed on a giant Ouija Board, enjoy themed cocktails, magic, music and more!
The resident spirits focus their tale on the demise of the Vasiliev family, at the hands of the unholy ‘miracle man’, Volkov. Inspired by the real life history of Russian holy-man Rasputin and the Romanov royal family, House of Spirits weaves a disquieting and original story with riffs on classic Russian/Scandinavian folktales that are certain to leave guests delightfully chilled.
House of Spirits: A Haunted Cocktail Soirée is an immersive cocktail experience that combines the thrill of the supernatural and magic with themed cocktails. In 2019, over 15,000 people enjoyed this enchanted event. Expect the unexpected!
Dates: Fri-Sun Sept 25 – Oct 31
Times: Fridays @ 6pm & 9pm; Saturdays @ 4pm, 6:45pm, & 9:30pm; Sundays @ 3pm, 5:45pm, & 8:30pm
Price: $55 – $91
Location: 4908 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90042
Phantom Carriage in partnership with Dainty Dames Events presents s a devilishly fun murder mystery show.. “Hollywoodland Murder Mystery”
The year is 1949, and the Black Dahlia Murder still haunts Hollywoodland. One man has dared to create a film so controversial that it may crack the case — and YOU are invited to the premiere! As the event begins, it’s evident that someone will stop at nothing to see the film destroyed. It is your task to unwind the killer’s twisted little game before the body count rises…Do you dare solve The Hollywoodland Murder?
This live, interactive outdoor event features a three course dinner with paired craft beer tastings. Over the course of the evening, your team will explore the patio to uncover clues, decipher riddles, and solve the murder. Dress to impress, bring your trusted entourage, and most importantly, hone your sleuthing skills to catch a killer! Join us on the Graveyard Patio on Saturday, October 9th from 7pm-9pm to see if you’re able to solve his murder mystery. This event includes a 3 course tasting dinner that will deliver course after course of delicious Phantom beer and food.
Dates: Oct 9
Location: Phantom Carriage Brewery (18525 S Main St #4611, Gardena, CA 90248)
Witches and wizards of Los Angeles behold!
An immersive magical pop up bar has reopened in our Hollywood location!
Unleash your inner magical being as you brew potions, cast spells, and drink more mead than you can shake a wand at. Dressing up is encouraged!
Location: 1223 N Vine Street, Los Angeles. We are facing Vine street. Look for the secret brown door that says The Wizard’s Den.
In a simmering 90-minute experience, you’ll pick a wand and sip delights as you experiment in the ancient art of potion making. Concoct devilish brews for good (or evil), all under the watchful eye of our wise potions master. Complete challenges to unlock your ingredients at this hands on magical experience! This is a unique event that combines clues, riddles and fantasy – think a magical show with potions!
Dates: Tues-Sun Aug-Sept 26
Times: Various Times
Location: 1233 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90038
On October 30, admit yourself to the 𝐒𝐂𝐎𝐑𝐏𝐈𝐎𝐍 𝐀𝐒𝐘𝐋𝐔𝐌, a 𝐃𝐚𝐫𝐤 𝐕𝐢𝐜𝐭𝐨𝐫𝐢𝐚𝐧 themed interactive evening at the Historic and Haunted 𝐘𝐨𝐬𝐭 𝐓𝐡𝐞𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐫 in Santa Ana.
𝐃𝐉 𝐃𝐫 𝐍𝐚𝐭𝐞 will start the evening off right, with an early dance lesson by Time2Swing. 𝐌𝐚𝐫𝐪𝐮𝐢𝐬 & 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐑𝐡𝐲𝐭𝐡𝐦 𝐇𝐨𝐰𝐥𝐞𝐫𝐬, the Swing Band from Hell, will keep the dance floor jumping and the Asylum howling until lights out!
Live Hot Jazz and Swing Music, Dancing, Cocktail Bars on 2 Levels, Themed Photo Locations, and Atmosphere Actors. Asylum and Period Inspired costumes strongly encouraged! Remember, Reality is fluid inside the Asylum walls, so let your imagination run wild and 𝐃𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐬 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐃𝐞𝐥𝐮𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧! 𝐖𝐞’𝐥𝐥 𝐬𝐞𝐞 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐚𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐀𝐬𝐲𝐥𝐮𝐦 𝐨𝐧 𝐎𝐜𝐭𝐨𝐛𝐞𝐫 𝟑𝟎!
Dates: Oct 30
Location: Yost Theater (307 N Spurgeon St, Santa Ana, CA 92701)
Family Friendly Halloween Experiences
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.
Dates: Oct 11-31
Location: Descanso Gardens (1418 Descanso Dr, La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011)
Cemetery Lane is spooky vintage trick r treat experience to actual haunted houses and other spots at Heritage Square Los Angeles.
Cemetery Lane is located within Heritage Square, an outdoor museum of eight homes built during the Victorian Era, some allegedly haunted… and maybe more-so during this Halloween event. Cemetery Lane features 13 themed trick-r-treat stops and other surprises for kids of all ages.
Explore a neighborhood of Victorian manors and haunted houses where the neighbors are dying to celebrate Halloween.
Dates: Oct 27-31
Times: Weds & Thurs 4pm-10pm; Fri-Sun 1pm-10pm
Location: Heritage Square Museum (3800 Homer St, Los Angeles, CA 90031)
“Freeform’s Halloween Road” is putting a spell on fans yet again in Los Angeles. The event is back for a spooky, socially distant experience that you won’t want to miss. The outdoor, immersive event will feature the worlds of “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “Hocus Pocus,” “The Addams Family” and other spooktacular surprises filled with games, photo moments, live entertainment and prizes! This year, Hyundai has joined in on the fun as a presenting sponsor to make Halloween Road come alive with tricks, treats and a haunting photo opp.
Halloween lovers will get to enjoy some never-before-seen activations with exciting new attractions that include an Extended “Hocus Pocus” Drag Show, Beer and Wine Garden, Finkelstein’s Lab from “Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas”, “The Addams Family” Mansion, Twice as Many Trick-Or-Treat Stations, and Halloween Characters IRL!
In addition to the new activations, Halloween Road will be bringing back classics from fan favorites, such as the Sanderson Sisters’ Cottage and Billy’s grave in Old Burial Hill from “Hocus Pocus”; Spiral Hill, Halloween Town Hall, Oogie Boogie’s Lair and Lock Shock and Barrel’s Treehouse from “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas”; Stay Puft Marshmallow Man and the Ecto-1 from “Ghostbusters” and so much more that shouldn’t be missed!
Dates: Oct 1-5
Price: Starting at $37.50
Location: Heritage Square Museum (3800 Homer St, Los Angeles, CA 90031)
Enjoy Halloween like never before!
An Immersive family friendly playground of Halloween adventures and fun! For 31 days we welcome families to interact and engage with EVERYTHING Halloween has to offer all in one place; pumpkin picking and carving, trick or treating, face painting, performances, games, food trucks and so much more!
Dates: Oct 1-31
This year at Nights of the Jack, the walking trail is back. Come experience the Halloween event as it was always intended — with all six senses! Thirty miles northwest of Hollywood, tucked in the Santa Monica Mountains, there’s a strange and shadowy wonderland that everyone’s been whispering about. This season, Nights of the Jack is back and brighter than ever with their notorious Halloween event. They’ve summoned Jack o’ lanterns from every mystical sphere and devised a spook-tacular illuminated light show under the autumn sky! It’s not just an illusion, it’s an experience. You don’t want to miss this hair-raising feast for the senses. Brace yourself with a hot cider or seasonal cocktail from the Spookeasy bar and fortify your little ones with some of the festive fall treats. Follow the 2/3 mile trail at King Gillette Ranch, glimmering at every turn with blazing gourds around every corner. Be sure to have your cameras ready and enjoy!
Dates: Oct 1-3, 6-10, 13-17, 20-31
Location: King Gillette Ranch (26800 West, Mulholland Hwy, Calabasas, CA 91302)
Watch “Hocus Pocus” under the stars with trick-or-treating, photo ops, and a costume contest at Heritage Museum of Orange County.
“The Black Flame Candle Has Been Lit! Come, little children, … big children, and adults to Hocus Pocus Halloween Movie Night at Heritage Museum of Orange County on Saturday, October 23, 2021.
Before the movie begins, run “amuck, amuck, amuck” and enjoy trick-or-treating, themed photo ops, a costume contest, and trivia. Then find your spot, enjoy your picnic, and watch the Disney Halloween classic “Hocus Pocus” under the stars surrounded by the beautiful Victorian buildings of Heritage Museum of Orange County. Free parking is included with your ticket.
All ages are welcome. All guests three and older will require an individual ticket. Children two and under are free. Well-trained dogs are welcome at no additional cost. All dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. Sorry cat lovers, Binx is the only cat allowed at this event. It’s just a bunch of hocus pocus!
Dates: Oct 23
Location: Heritage Museum of Orange County (3101 W Harvard St, Santa Ana, CA 92704)
White Park will rise with the magic of Halloween and expose what goes bump in the night. Featuring multiple theatrical encounters with the ghostly, mystical, and preternatural dark side of Riverside, this event is sure to daunt young and old alike.
This year’s celebration will feature a single walking tour that wraps through the half mile loop trail within Riverside’s oldest park, established in 1883. The five acre grounds feature massive trees, diverse foliage, and the unexpected. You never know what’s buried there.
Along the trail, patrons will be treated not only to the sounds and sites of Halloween, but to the crowd favorite Thriller dance production. The experience ends at the kids carnival and food court. You won’t dare want to miss the 30th annual Ghost Walk Riverside!
Dates: Oct 22-23
Location: White Park (3936 Chestnut St, Riverside, CA 92501)
Traditional Proscenial Theater
The spooky season is upon us beginning September 18th with the frightfully fun Hallowe’en Spooktacular! In this hour-long, family friendly boo-sical revue, over one hundred spirited puppets rally to unearth ghastly things on strings. And get this, for the first time in thirty years, Hallowe’en Spooktacular has undergone a full refurbishment❗️That means more eerie for everyone!
From whirling witches and the soulful laments of Dracula and Vampira, to a bone-rattling 🦴 soirée of glow-in-the-dark skeletons in a hidden cabaret , Bob Baker’s Hallowe’en Spooktacular whisks you to the place where imagination lurks. Mwahahaha….
Dates: Sept 18-19, 25-26, Oct 2-3, 9-10, 15-17, 21, 23-24, 27-28, 30-31
Times: Various Times throughout the day
Location: Bob Baker Marionette Theater (4949 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042)
The 19th Annual Production of “Drama After Dark: An Evening of the Macabre with Poe & Gorey”
Thrill to the tales of Edgar Allan Poe and Edward Gorey in an evening of chilling drama with a soupçon of comedy. Haunting works enacted by moonlight, candlelight, and torchlight, including “The Pit and the Pendulum,” “The Tell Tale Heart,” “Masque of the Red Death,” and more.
With multiple pieces performed in various locations, each piece is performed multiple times throughout the evening. Performances are on the hour and half hour, so once the clock strikes, each performance starts on time and there will be no late seating. A performance schedule and map of the grounds will be sent to you before the night of the performance so you can strategize your course of action!
Dates: Oct 23
Location: Porticos Art Space (2033 E Washington Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91104)
Returning triumphantly to Rome, general Titus Andronicus, brings with him the Goth Queen Tamora and her three sons as prisoners of war. Sacrificing the eldest Goth son to appease the ghosts of his fallen own; his refusal to accept the title of emperor; and his blatant disregard for Tamora’s pleas of mercy- Titus sets into motion a horrific cycle of mutilation, rape, and murder. This innovative and squeamish production is being given a new life this fall. 18+ Advisory due to the mature content of the play.
There will be a mix of non-traditional seating and standing room areas.
There will be blood used in this production, so please plan your outfit accordingly. The blood used can easily be washed out.
Dates: Oct 5, 12, 19, 26
Times: 8pm – 9:30pm
Location: The Lash (117 Winston St, Los Angeles, CA 90013)
The Los Angeles Philharmonic presents a special Halloween treat – a screening of the classic silent horror movie Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, with acclaimed organist Clark Wilson providing a spooky live score. This eerie 1920 screen adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s mesmerizing novel stars legendary leading man John Barrymore in the notorious title roles, as a doctor experimenting with a dangerous potion that reveals his dark side.
Dates: Oct 31
Location: Walt Disney Concert Hall (111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012)
Danny Elfman is back again this year with the crowd favorite annual Halloween event! After multiple years at the Hollywood Bowl, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Live-To-Film Concert Experience featuring Danny Elfman as Jack Skellington will be taking place at Banc of California Stadium on Friday, October 29, with a full orchestra and choir performing with conductor John Mauceri. Also, attendees can participate in a costume contest, and there will be trick-or-treating.
Dates: Oct 29 & 31
Location: Banc of California Stadium (3939 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90037)
Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group and Chris Levine Theatre Productions Invite YOU to enter Count Aldea’s manor for the first time in over 600 years…Exposing you to the evil, dark and sexy secrets hiding deep within a Vampire’s blackened heart, and lurking around every cobwebbed-corner of his ancient lair of nightmares! Face your fears and Join Us for “The Vampire’s Puppet!” Featuring the beautiful and terrifying Chris Levine and Maddison Bullock, with Original Stage Play by Chris Levine and Directed by Zombie Joe. For Ages 17 and up.
Dates: Oct 10-11, 17-18, 24-25
Location: Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre (4850 Lankershim Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 91601)
The zombie classic that started it all!
A group of panicked survivors are barricaded in a deserted farmhouse while a horde of flesh-eating zombies hovers outside their door.
This is a one of a kind experience, perfect for the Halloween season.
Dates: Oct 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 22-24, 29-30
Times: Fri @ 8pm, Sat @ 7pm & 9pm, Sun @ 7pm
Location: Maverick Theater (110 E Walnut Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832)
Now living deep under Manhattan in an abandoned subway tunnel with the Mole People, a very hungry Dolores recounts her years selling weed with her boyfriend, her return to Washington Heights after thirteen years in prison, her fortuitous reunion with an old stoner friend who lets her give massages for cash in the basement under his empanada shop, and the bloodbath that sent her fleeing underground.
Inspired by the legend of Sweeney Todd, EMPANADA LOCA is contemporary Grand Guignol horror in the style of Spalding Gray.
Dates: Sept 9-26
Times: Thur-Sat @ 8pm , Sun @ 5pm
Location: Majestic Repertory Theatre (1217 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89104)
Halloween Art Exhibits
Casa Calaveras is a Walk-Through Art Experience.
For over 20 years this SoCal staple has traveled up and down Southern California. Venture through a colorful series of peek-in dioramas and uncover the heart-filled tale of José & Gloria, the happy skeleton couple
Dates: Oct 16-17, 20-24, 27-31, Nov 2-7
The Mystic Museum teamed up with Sam Raimi and Renaissance Pictures LTD to commemorate the 40th anniversary of EVIL DEAD !! Bringing you a whole new immersive experience and showcasing screen used original props as well as Evil Dead themed art.
Dates: Sept 2- Dec 31
Location: The Mystic Museum (3204 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505)
SugarMynt Gallery is the Spooky Art Gallery where every day is Halloween. The Gallery is located Behind the Michael Myers House in South Pasadena, CA.
This Halloween Season, they are presenting Trick ‘r Treat in Haddonfield. All the art is themed around the classic Halloween movie Trick ‘r Treat.
Dates: Sept 4-Oct 31
Times: Weds, Thurs, & Sun 12-6; Fri & Sat 12-8; Closed Mon & Tues
Location: SugarMynt Gallery (1217 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89104)
It’s cold. Colder than it should be for this time in autumn, at this time of night. In the distance, you see a cabin… Nobody’s home, but the roaring fire tells you that the family who lives here will be back soon. You take a seat on the couch, and that’s when you notice the blood on the kitchen counter and scratch marks on the walls… whoever lives here, you don’t want to meet them! The copper smell of blood in the air. The sound of howling in the distance. Welcome to the wolves’ den.
We’re Wolves is a Werewolf themed art exhibit and an immersive journey into a werewolf family cabin
on view at The Hive Gallery
10/2 – Opening Reception pre-show 1-5pm, main event 8-11pm
10/9 – Transformational Film Fest: 12 hours of Horror 12pm-12am
10/16 – Moonlight Performances feat. Voice on Tape + more 8-11pm
10/23 – RPG Afternoon – Call of Cthulhu: Labyrinths & Lycanthropes, 3-6pm
10/30 – Closing Reception 1-6pm
Dates: Oct 2-30
Times: Weds-Sat 1-6; By Appointment Sun-Tues; Hours may differ for special events
Location: The Hive Gallery (729 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90014)
Conventions & Festivals
For the past few years, horror and Halloween enthusiasts near and far have traveled to meet where all kindred spirits may lie. This gathering of haunting is known as the “Spook Show”, an annual event conjured up by the Halloween Club. Spook Show started with a simple mission: facilitate an outdoor-gathering where small businesses and fellow enthusiasts convene to share their penchant for the macabre and support the local community on-site at Halloween Club in full costume. This get-together for the Halloween lifestyle community has grown into a spooktacular must-do annual event to fill the void kindred spirits feel.
Dates: Sept 25
Price: Free with Reservation
Location: Halloween Club (14447 Firestone Blvd, La Mirada, CA 90638)
Welcome back, High Desert! After being told it could not happen, not only did it happen, they’re doing it again, but this time with a Horror/Halloween theme! This year the event is scheduled for October 30, 2021. The General Public doors open at 9:00 AM and will carry on until 6:00 PM (unless you have the VIP Pass and it will end at 9:00 PM). Attendees can expect many things to enjoy with vendors, celebrities, comic dealers, toys & Collectibles, costumes, clothing, cosplayers and contest, live music, Q&As, and much more!
JayZoMon’s PCE: Scarefaire is what they are calling it this year, is all about the People of the High Desert and not having to travel one to three hours to attend a convention! If you love comics, games, toys, film, movies, horror, and Halloween culture, join them in fun!
Dates: Oct 30
Location: San Bernardino County Fairgrounds (14800 Seventh Street Victorville, CA 92395)
Halloween Yard Displays
Catastrophe Cabin – 1541 Garden St., Glendale, CA 91201
7pm-10pm (11pm on weekends) Oct. 23-Nov. 1
Corky’s Discount Pest Control – 2020 N. Manning St., Burbank, CA 91505
Community Creep at Sinman Manor – 17643 Community St., Northridge, CA 91325
6pm-11pm Oct 8-31
Grim Marsh Estate – 6827 San Juan St, Paramount, CA 90723
8pm-11pm Oct 1- Nov 1
Harry’s Haunts – 5637 Colbath Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91401
5pm-9pm Oct 31
Haunted World – 611 Newton St, San Fernando, CA 91340
6:30pm-9:30pm Oct 17-31
Martin Cemetery – 2657 Kellogg Park Dr., Pomona, CA 91768
7pm-10pm Oct 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 29-31
Pierdell Phantasmagoria – 6245 Whitsett Ave, North Hollywood, CA 91606
7pm-9:30pm Oct 1-Nov 7
Ravenswood Manor – 10929 Ruffner Ave, Granada Hills, CA 91344
7pm-10:30pm Oct. 22-24, 29-31
Shadehaven Cemetery Haunt – 615 N. Rose St., Burbank, CA 91505
7pm-10pm Oct. 29-31
Silver Shadows Cemetery – 24 Silver Saddle Ln., Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274
6pm-10pm Oct 31
VanOaks Cemetery – 5822 Norwich Ave, Sherman Oaks, CA 91411
7pm-10pm Oct. 16-31
Welcome Foolish Mortals – 7132 Forbes Ave., Lake Balboa CA 91406
7pm-10pm Oct. 16-31
1313 El Potro Cemetary – 25 El Potro, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
6pm-10pm Oct. 1-31
5732 Mildred Ln – 5732 Mildred Ln., Cypress, CA 90630
6513 Cerritos Ave – 6513 W Cerritos Ave Buena Park, CA 90620
9242 Via Balboa Cir – 9242 Via Balboa Cir., Buena Park, CA 90620
The Abandoned Mansion – 2551 Glasgow Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92010
4:30pm-9:30pm Oct 9-Nov 2
Arbolita Drive – Arbolita Drive, La Habra, CA 90631
This street goes all out for Halloween with a mix of displays and walk-through haunts.
Goclowski Family Manor – 5732 Mildred Ln., Cypress, CA 90630
Irongate – 6052 Irongate Cir., Huntington Beach, CA 92648
7pm-10pm Oct 22-31