Disneyland

The Happiest Hauntings on Earth can be found at the Disneyland Resort September 6-October 31, 2019! Snap a photo with the giant pumpkin Mickey on Main Street or grab an Instagram-worthy selfie with other spooky characters. Tempt your sweet tooth with pumpkin treats, and ride through Halloweentown as The Nightmare Before Christmas takes over the Haunted Mansion. 

Oogie Boogie Bash 

A Disney Halloween Party taking the place of Mickey’s Halloween Party, the Oogie Boogie Bash casts a spell on Disney California Adventure for this separate-ticket event offered on 20 select nights this fall.  Be surrounded with villainous fun and new offerings like DescenDANCE Party, a new World of Color show called Villainous!, and a Mickey Mouse stage show.

Knott's Berry Farm

Frightening and fun festivities fill the days and the terrifying nights at Knott's Berry Farm this season. Knott’s Spooky Farm offers families an opportunity to celebrate with Snoopy and his pals with trick-or-treating through Ghost Town, The Monsters are Coming, Charlie Brown show in Camp Snoopy, and costume contest. Decorate cookies and pumpkins at the Calico Park Pumpkin Patch and visit the creepy crawlers in the Livery Stable. Perfect for ghouls aged 3-11, Spooky Farm celebrations are hosted Saturdays and Sundays, September 28-October 27 plus Halloween Day.

The fog rolls into Knott's Scary Farm select nights beginning September 19. Two new mazes, Origins: The Curse of Calico and Wax Works, join the horrific offering of mazes, scare zones, and frightful entertainment.  Brian Henson presents "Puppet Up! Uncensored", a puppet improv show filled with adult comedy. Into the Fog, an art show inspired by Scary Farm, returns for a second year. More than 1,000 monsters await your arrival at Knott’s where nightmares never end.

Anaheim Halloween Parade & Festival

Spell-ebrate like a local at the Anaheim Halloween Parade & Festival on October 26. The Festival includes fun for the whole family with children’s costume contest and a Halloween Pooch Pawrade.  After the festival, grab your ghoulfriends and enjoy the parade. Since 1924, Anaheim has celebrated with its own parade featuring unique floats, cars, bands and even a celebrity appearance or two. Starting on Broadway at 6 PM, the parade culminates on Center Street Promenade

Adventure City BooTastic Halloween Party

Looking for a themed night for your lil’ monsters? Try the Adventure City BooTastic Halloween Party. On four select nights, Adventure City treats its guests to rides, a trick-or-treat street, Spooktacular Dance Party and more. Climb aboard the train for a Halloween Scavenger Hunt. Watch things materialize with a Mad Scientist Magician, too. 

The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

Bearing the title of one of Time Magazine’s “Top 10 Most Haunted Places on Earth,” the Queen Mary is a spooktacular setting for a night filled with horror. Set sail this Halloween at Dark Harbor at the Queen Mary. Journey through six themed mazes, including the new Rogue where the Captain struggles to keep control of the ship. Heart-racing rides, killer DJs, and undead entertainment make for a night filled with seaside screams.

Happy Hallowiener Doggie Dress-Up and Kid’s Costume Party

Beers, brats, and barks are scheduled for the Happy Hallowiener Doggie Dress-Up and Kid’s Costume Party. A howling good Halloween is planned at Old World in Huntington Beach on October 27, 2019.  There will be wiener dog races and costume contests for both dogs and kids. 

Pumpkin Patches

Carve out some time to pick the perfect pumpkin around town. Catch a wagon to Tanaka Farms for a farm tour and pumpkin patch exploration. Local patches offer gorgeous gourds and games. Irvine Park Railroad host annual celebrations that include pumpkin shopping, face painting, train rides and carnival games.