Join Barrio Boychik, (Shmuel Gonzales), Boyle Heights Historian and Community Organizer, on the historic Boyle Heights Walking Ghost Tour of the amazing ghost stories no one has dared to tell!
Dare to step inside and grab a beer at the OC Haunted Brewery pop-up, only for a limited time! The old brewery has been open for decades, but it seems that the past patrons and bartenders won’t leave and their spirits remain.
At Pumpkin Nights Los Angeles, you’ll set out on a magical quest along a half-mile walking path, where you’ll discover the Forbidden Pumpkin City, a pirate’s cove, and more fantastical lands built using over 3,000 hand-carved real and synthetic pumpkins.
Adventure City’s Boo-tastic Halloween Party! This Kid-Friendly Special Event is 4 nights only. Choose either Friday, October 11th, Friday, October 18th, Friday, October 25th or Thursday, October 31st. Event hours from 5:30pm to 9:30pm.
Our 22nd Fall Harvest Festival at Underwood Farms is just around the corner! The festivities kick off on Saturday, September 28 & Sunday, September 29 with Friends of the Farm Weekend. The proceeds from the weekend’s gate will help benefit The Ventura County Sheriff’s Explorers Program, VCSO Search and Rescue Groups, Thousand Oaks Volunteers in Policing (VIPS) & Disaster Response Team (DART), VCSO K9 Unit and The Ventura County Fire Department’s Widow’s and Orphans fund.
The Infield comes alive for the last two weekends in October with the Pumpkin Patch and Fall Fun Fest at Santa Anita Park (Arcadia, CA).
Dance the night away while cruising Long Beach Harbor this Halloween at the ‘Boo Cruise’ 2019!
Join us for a night of safe Halloween fun for young children! The annual Haunted Trail is a short Halloween hike appropriate for kids of all ages.
The fang-tastic day continues when Ventura Harbor Village welcomes costumed kids and parents to the waterfront for a Seaside Trick or Treat on Saturday October 26, from 1pm to 3pm.
Kicking off the single day full of fall festivities on October 26th is the 7th Annual Ventura Harbor Village HOWL-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest supported by Doggie Sponsor, Ventura Pet Barn.
Enjoy a family fun night of Trick or Treating, costume contest, crafts, music, games, and special performances at Spooky Town in Simi Valley.
For five nights only, a thousand professionally carved pumpkins – some as large as 100 pounds and all of them real – will line a 1-mile walk through the Camellia Forest and Oak Grove.
Experience the horrors of Hollywood on the 2nd annual Hollywood’s Haunted Scavenger Hunt! Starting at The Sweet Candy Store, wander the streets of Tinsel Town finding the murderous clues. Find them all in time and you just might be a winner!
The Santa Barbara Zoo transforms for three nights of safe, traffic-free trick-or-treating and monster-ous thrills and chills during Boo at the Zoo!
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride has a new theme for 2019, new attractions — Midnight Mortuary, Roadkill Ranch — new scare zone and new mini escape games!
“Boo at the L.A. Zoo” kicks off October 5 with frightfully fun – and free! – celebrations involving some of the Zoo’s creepiest and most fearsome residents.
Irvine Park Railroad’s 14th annual Pumpkin Patch is fun for the entire family. Children and adults are invited to the Pumpkin Patch which is open daily from September 14th through October 31st.
HauntX the Halloween and Haunter’s Expo is for Halloween lovers, yard haunter’s, home haunter’s, and pro haunter’s.
Enjoy a Halloween fun-filled event at Boo at Kavli at the Boo-tiful Bank of America Performing Arts Center.
Kids Dance Society will turn the Aquarium into a dance party for kids and families with an event called Haunted Atlantis. The event will feature a DJ and performers on the dance floor, including hula hoopers and Circuit Breaker the dancing robot.
Trick n Treat at the Farmers Marketplace of Long Beach. FREE Trick n Treat bag at the information booth. Come out for a fun day of Trick n Treating all the vendor booths.
Enjoy a wonder-fall harvest day that is FREE to the public at the Farmers’ Market Pumpkin Fun Day! There will be art activities for children, trick or treating all day, a children’s costume parade at 11:30 a.m., and a costume contest with prizes at noon.
The Anaheim Halloween Parade steps off at Broadway & Walnut promptly at 6 pm on Saturday, Oct. 27th. Led by our Headless Horseman followed by a great assortment of pumpkins, moons, witches, cats, spacemen & other creative creatures, the 94th annual parade is proud to continue the family-friendly celebration of Halloween and Dia de los Muertos.
Sion Centro Cristiano welcomes the community to join them for a family-friendly, FUN and FREE Trunk or Treat event! Food, Games, Crafts, Cake Walk, Costume Contest, Prizes, and lots of CANDY!!