Haunted hayrides, scary pop-ups, pumpkin patches, OH MY! Halloween in LA has finally arrived. So you know what that means? It is time to explore all the spooktacular things to do for Halloween in Los Angeles.

 

Halloween in LA: Where to go trick-or-treating in Los Angeles

Halloween in LA

Unfortunately, AVEN neighbors won’t be passing out candy in our luxury highrise apartment. However, here are the best places to trick-or-treat in Los Angeles.

  • Greenleaf Street in Sherman Oaks
  • Brentwood Glen, between Church and Beloit streets
  • Venice Beach on Dell and Venice Boulevard
  • Toluca Lake on Ledge Ave and Moorpark St. and Toluca Estates Drives and Valley Spring Lane
  • Beverly Hills on Walden Drive and Carmelita Avenue

Halloween in LA: Where to find the best pumpkin patches

Halloween in LA best pumpkin patches
Photograph: Courtesy Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch | TimeoutLA

We expect all of you to decorate your AVEN luxury apartments with pumpkins. Rather than buying from a regular old market, here are the best pumpkin patches in LA.

Halloween in LA: The best amusement parks

Photograph: Courtesy of Mommypoppins.com

Now onto the truly creeptastic part of the blog. Haunted theme parks!

Halloween Horror Nights

First up is a classic. Halloween Horror Nights over at Universal Studios Hollywood. This annual event features haunting worlds. That includes an 80’s night with Beetlejuice, a Stranger Things maze, plus ghouls and goblins roaming around the theme park just waiting to scare you.

Creep LA

There is a lot to love over in the Arts District. Take for instance Creep LA. Located over at The Row, Creep L.A. is an immersive, multisensory themed experience. This annual creeptastic pop-up is a 75-minute walkthrough filled with 20 characters. Unlike Halloween Horror Nights, there is a sophisticated essence to it. As you walk through, you see art come alive with multiple installations and intimate scares.

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

Up next is one of our favorites, the LA Haunted Hayride. This year, the Haunted Hayride will be taking on a mid-’80s fictitious town called Midnight Falls. You will be taken along the foothills through Griffith Park with various attractions. The town of Midnight Falls will feature an open-air maze at Roadkill Ranch, a creaky old funeral parlor, spots to go trick-or-treating, plus three escape rooms.

Best Halloween Parties

We know tons of you will want to hit the town for Halloween. That is why we have listed out for you the best Halloween parties in LA.

Haunted W Hollywood Rooftop

Do you love dressing up and drinking for Halloween? Well then, you must make your way over to the Haunted W Hollywood Rooftop! Get your thrill on with top LA DJ’s, panoramic views, and cabanas to enjoy the city views. 

Haunt Massive at Catch One

Some of us like to stay in on Halloween night while some of us like to go out. For those who wish to go out and party the night of, Haunt Massive is happening over at Catch One. It is a spooktacular music event transforming the famous bar into a haunted world. It will include a number of haunted areas. Take for instance the Graveyard, the Cell Block, or the Death Trap.

 

Well, there you have it! Halloween in LA. Have a blast and stay safe!