Halloween falls on a Wednesday this year which means we are celebrating for two weekends in a row! We’ve found 7 awesome things to do in LA for Halloween 2018; from horror films to spooky mazes, your Halloween week will be filled with memorable festivities!
Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Fest
This year’s Fright Fest features six new attractions filled with thick fog and monsters lurking around every corner. Proving to be the Halloween destination for daredevils, Magic Mountain is turning off the lights of its most terrifying rollercoasters, leaving riders to the fate of the darkness. Think you can survive for 30 hours in a coffin? Here’s your chance.
Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights
With eight horrifying mazes, there are more scream-tastic experiences than ever. Each maze is based on either a Universal Studies TV show or movie. You might find yourself in the nightmarish “Stranger Things” maze then make your way to supernatural world of “Poltergeist”. No matter which worlds you end up exploring, it’s sure to be an exhilarating night.
Knott’s Scary Farm
No area is safe at Knott’s Scary Farm. From scare zones to haunted mazes to the most thrilling rides, even the toughest will find themselves scared out of their pants.
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride
Griffith Park’s Haunted Hayride features a long ride through the haunted woods of the Old Zoo. You will be faced with terrifying clowns, so stay away if you suffer from coulrophobia. After a terrifying ride, riders go on foot through the Corn Maze, which is sure to elicit lots of screams.
KCRW Masquerade Ball
KCRW’s annual dance party will take place on October 27th at the Los Angeles Theatre in DTLA. The party will host a long list of DJs and other musical guests, offer tours of Los Angeles Theatre’s haunted rooms, and of course have food trucks to sample from. This is a Halloween event you won’t want to miss!
This isn’t your average haunted house with cheesy clowns. Creep LA is an adults-only immersive performance with moments of complete darkness, crawling, and being touched by the performers. Can you handle it?
Catch a Scary Movie Screening
Pick from your favorite Halloween movies (or watch them all!) at the Rooftop Cinema Club, or hang out with Jack Skellington at the Hollywood Bowl for a screening of The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Have you knocked off everything on your fall bucket list?