Los Angeles (KABC) – If you’re looking for some terrible fun this Halloween, you can head over to Los Angeles Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park to find the creepy guys.
Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic reimagined the popular hayride as a drive-up experience in San Dimas. This year the famous SoCal attraction is back with a whole new horror from Friday and lasts until Halloween.
If you have the guts, you can take a cart to Midnight Falls, a town under the spell of the forest witch. The event includes several other experiences, such as a haunted house and a terrifyingly cheerful town square.
“You can interact with so many great characters,” said Zachary Douglas, director of marketing and sales at Haunted Hayride. “It really just takes you into this brand new world.”
Tickets can be bought online. The attractions are open to all age groups, but not recommended for children under 12 years of age. You can also book a private car and various VIP experiences.
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