Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Haunted Hayride
Everyone loves a good ol’ scare when the spooky season rolls around; whether it’s a haunted house or live event, we’ve got you covered for this year’s top Halloween attractions. With Covid-19 still at play, here’s a list of accessible attractions to bring your Halloween to life.
Besides the excellent and eerie movies with exceptional presentations, San Fernando Valley Halloween Drive-In Nights offer a wide-ranging menu delivered to the window of your car for maximum comfort.
The new pop-up Halloween attraction at the Promenade in Woodland Hills made its debut during the Halloween 2020 season. Offering a half-hour drive-through experience, jam-packed with eye-pulling settings and costumed characters for audiences brave enough to roll down their car windows.
Known as “South Orange County’s largest family-friendly Halloween attraction,” Casa Creepy Haunted House is set in a house built in 1927, featuring an old-fashioned Halloween atmosphere with werewolves, vampires, and Frankenstein’s monster.
The community-oriented event offers a block-party atmosphere in the downtown area alongside local eateries. The main event is the legendary “Ghost Walk,” taking its guests through five tours of staple buildings in the area like morgues, courtrooms, etc. Guests can also watch as high-school drama students stage mini-plays with ghostly and haunting plots.
After taking a year off due to the pandemic, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is back and better than ever. Located within the foothills of Midnight Falls, The Hayride takes guests through exciting adventures of the town’s many horrors filled with ghoulish creatures and wicked events to get your skin crawling.
A simple breakthrough that's changing lives.
At least one of the gals is taking advantage of recreational cannabis.