With all of the special effects expertise and the number of actors in Los Angeles, it's no surprise that La La Land celebrates Halloween with a passion. From scary theme parks to haunted ships to cemetery tours and paranormal research opportunities. There's something to have everyone seeing ghosts.
Universal Studios Hollywood - Halloween Horror Nights
The un-dead populate the studio backlot on October weekend nights. The event includes walk-through mazes, roaming scare actors, nightmare-inducing rides, shows and attractions. This is the goriest event in town. Not recommended for children under 13 or the squeamish.
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Disneyland gets a Halloween makeover with the parks and the Disney characters decked out for the season. Mickey Mouse pumpkin heads rule.
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Mickey’s Halloween Party
The Disney Resort hosts a separate admission evening event for the Halloween season with Mickey's Halloween Party at Disneyland. The park will close early to daytime visitors and re-open in the evening with trick-or-treating stations, Halloween crafts, live music and entertainment for the younger set.
Knott's Scary Farm Halloween Haunt and Camp Spooky
Knott's annual Halloween Haunt is the original Halloween theme park event in Southern California and still an annual tradition for many. Rides and shows are filled with ghosts, ghouls, werewolves and vampires. Camp Spooky is a daytime non-scare celebration of Halloween in Knott's Camp Snoopy with a haunted maze, trick-or-treating and themed entertainment for kids 3-11.
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Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Fest
If you want to add some extra chills to the most thrilling of LA theme parks, Magic Mountain adds scary mazes, roaming zombies and the extra thrill of extreme rides in the dark.
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1) Halloween at LA Area Theme Parks
2) Haunted Houses, Ships and Ghost Tours Around LA
3) Annual Halloween Events that Last a Weekend
4) Annual Halloween Events that Last One Night
5) Annual Halloween Events that Last One Day
6) Halloween Masquerades, Fetish Balls and Nightclub Parties