The time has come for all the southern California attractions to move away from their cheerful demeanors and prepare to open their haunts to the Ghosts, Ghouls, Tricks and of course treats of Halloween.
Halloween Spooktacular at SeaWorld San Diego – Starting on September 29 – October 30 on the weekends Sea World San Diego offers a location where the family can dress-up and enjoy goodies and explore the underwater world of Halloween Fantasea (c).
Brick-or-Treat at Legoland California– Available every Saturday and Sunday in October. Enjoy Brick-or-treat from 5 pm – 9 pm every Saturday and Sunday at Legoland and the Sea Life Aquarium California. Every ghoul will enjoy traveling along the Brick-or Treat Trail and enjoy seven different LEGO- themed treat stations offering candies, snacks and even some special treats. You can even see if you are the best dressed attended and participate in the Saturday night Costume Contest. Also don’t forget to enjoy the fireworks light the dark evening sky very Saturday during the event.
Halloween Time at Disneyland – September 14 – October 31. The happiest place on earth is bringing out the spooks and transforms into the spookiest place on earth for the season. Kids of all ages can come and dress up for Mickey’s Halloween Party. All of Disney’s Villains’ will be out in force for autographs before the Halloween spell disappears. During your visit to the magical land scurry over to the Halloween Carnival at Big Thunder Ranch and enjoy the haunting sounds of Billy Hill and the Haunted Hillbillies or test your braveness and enter the Magic Cauldron side show to see a villain appear right before your eyes!
Knott’s Halloween Haunt at Knotts Berry Farm – Staring September 21 – October 31st. Engross yourself in this full evening fright fest of 25 nights of Orange County’s scariest sights. Find your way through 12 mazes, Six shows, four scare zones and over 1,000 monsters roaming the park. For those of friends looking for a more all age haunt be sure to check out the celebrations at “Snoopy’s Costume Party”. This event takes time during the full brightness of the day and offers a day full of happiness and cheer instead of the evening event aimed at fear… Children 3 – 11 can take part in the “Monster Dance Party” and show off their Halloween wear with the Peanuts characters in parades or enjoy a walk through the Haunted Harvest Maze and joining Linus as he awaits for the Great Pumpkin.