How to celebrate Halloween 2018 in L.A.

By Product Expert | Posted in Local Events on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 at 3:47 pm
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Halloween 2018 Events in Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles is one of the most exciting places to be to celebrate Halloween. Hayrides, spooky tours, stage performances and music shows are all scheduled to occur over the next few weeks. No matter how you’re looking to celebrate and who you plan to bring along, there’s more than enough happening this October in L.A. for everybody to have fun. If you’re looking for a list of Halloween 2018 events in Los Angeles, read on.

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The Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens is hosting a Boo at the L.A. Zoo event, which runs until the end of the month. Every day in October, costumed characters roam the zoo and special events are held, including a bird show, animal feeding showcases, a puppet show and a science show. Costumes are encouraged but are not required.

Movie-themed Los Angeles Halloween Activities

A shadowy hand coming up from a graveUniversal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights is being held now through November 3rd. Attendees will enjoy immersive activities and decorations inspired from famous films and TV shows, including Stranger Things, Poltergeist, Halloween, The Purge, and even The Walking Dead. Numerous passes are available, including General Admission, Day/Night passes (which include theme park entry) and Frequent Fear passes for multiple visits.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is hosting a Halloween event of its owned, titled Horror Made Here. The event runs October 25-28, with ticket prices starting at $59 per person. Attendees will enjoy mazes full of frights from their favorite movie properties, such as Batman, Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, The Exorcist, IT and The Conjuring.

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