Celebrate Halloween In Los Angeles
From family friendly events to heart stopping scares, Los Angeles is truly the entertainment capital of the world on Halloween. Check out the best Halloween events and attractions across L.A.
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios
The movie studio that invented the horror genre brings to life all-new immersive worlds of living, breathing icons from the most twisted imaginations in film and television. Tickets are now on sale at the HHN website.
100 UNIVERSAL CITY PLAZA UNIVERSAL CITY, CA
Boo At The LA Zoo
The spooky and safe family festivities offer Halloween adventures every day in October and special entertainment on weekends, including roaming costumed characters, pumpkin carving, a musical puppet show, crafts, and more. Costumes are encouraged! or a full schedule of animal feedings, visit the L.A. Zoo website.
5333 ZOO DR. LOS ANGELES, CA
LA Haunted Hayride
The area surrounding the “Old Zoo” and “B Rock” in Griffith Park has been called one of the most paranormally active sites in California, and is once again the site of the annual Los Angeles Haunted Hayride.
4730 CRYSTAL SPRINGS DR. LOS ANGELES, CA
As Dark Harbor descends upon the haunted Queen Mary in 2018, a leader has emerged from the darkness to inflict her will upon her evil cohorts and those that dare enter the gates. Tickets start at $20 and are now on sale at the Queen Mary website.
1126 QUEEN’S HWY. LONG BEACH, CA
Haunted Red Line Tour
Presented by Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles, the Haunted Red Line Tour takes guests from Union Station in Downtown L.A. along 13 stops to the end of the line in North Hollywood. The Haunted Red Line Tour takes place every Sunday in October. Each tour starts at 6 p.m. and lasts about three hours. The tour is free (donations accepted). Note: you will need a Metro Day Pass or TAP Card to ride the subway. ($7 for the Day Pass + $1 for a TAP)
800 N ALAMEDA ST LOS ANGELES, CA 90012