The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is back and returns to its original home in Griffith Park this Halloween season with the traditional hayride.
The event, which was redesigned in 2020 as a live drive-up experience in the Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas due to the COVID-19 pandemic, starts on Friday, September 24th and runs on selected evenings until Sunday, October 31st of This year’s Haunted Hayride offers several walkable mazes, a wagon hay ride, various scare zones and a variety of tricks and treats.
Fans can sign up for a special pre-sale through Wednesday, August 25th to receive a link that will unlock a $ 24.99 per person discount. General presale starts on September 8th at 12:00 noon and tickets are priced at $ 34.99 per person. Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is not recommended for children under 12 years of age. Tickets and more information can be found at losangeleshauntedhayride.com.
Event producers Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group will bring back the Midnight Falls: Scare Zone as the fictional city hosts its 13th annual Halloween festival in 1985. Guests can explore the neighborhood and the shops and explore the town square, the epicenter of the sinister festivities, while the residents have fun.
The Haunted Hayride Experience: Spirit of Halloween takes visitors on an adventure of horror in the dark as a portal opened by an evil witch’s spell and terrifying creatures have escaped and will surround them for the heuritt.
There are new attractions, including the Trick or Treat maze, where monsters have adorned their homes to attract unsuspecting trick or treating, with lots of little ghouls lurking in the shadows. In the maze of Midnight Mortuary, the local undertaker holds an open house for guests to tour the property. Those who break up with the group are sure to become the next customer.