Best Places For Halloween In 2016


Halloween Horror Nights - Universal Studios

When in LA, you’ve got to experience the best of Hollywood. When Universal Studios transforms into a Halloween wonderland, you get to celebrate with all your favorite shows like The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, and The Purge. Go through the seven mazes and scare zones, and try and remind yourself that it’s all make believe - you just might forget.



Haunted Hay Ride - Griffith Park

With ghostly spirits at every turn, the haunted hay ride at Griffith Park turns the classic fall activity on its head. With multiple scare zones and a new addition where riders leave the wagon, this is a great place to get scared the old-fashioned way.



Creep LA - Glassell Park

Not just a haunted house, this fully-immersive experience puts you in the heart of the most twisted nightmare you’ve ever experienced. There won’t be anyone jumping out at you with a chainsaw here - it’s all much more sinister.



Halloween I and II Screening - New Beverly Cinema

For film buffs, the Quentin Tarantino-owned movie theater is a must-see. They’re celebrating Halloween the only way they know how - with a back-to-back screening of Halloween I and Halloween II on 35 for two nights only. The perfect LA Halloween.



Trick or Treat - Hancock Park

Hancock Park is known as one of the best places to trick-or-treat in LA. Whether you have kids  or are just a kid at heart, a stroll through this neighborhood to see the amazing decorations and costumes is well worth it. You’ll want to concentrate on Arden Boulevard, Rossmore Avenue and the Larchmont shopping district for the best Halloween spirit.



Alone: An Existential Haunting : Various Locations

If you’re here to get scared, make Alone your destination. Alone takes equal parts interactive theatre and psychological haunting to craft a solitary experience of survival in the dark. This is one of those haunted houses where the where the performers will touch you, so be prepared for a seriously terrifying evening.


Whether you love tricks or treats, have a happy Halloween this year!