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The Best Halloween Happenings in LA

Our hometown of Los Angeles is one of the best places to celebrate Halloween! From family-friendly farms to seriously creepy "experiences," Angelenos have awesome activities to flock to for some festive fun. In case you still need plans for this weekend, here are a few ideas!

1. Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch

Located in the heart of Culver City, this quirky pumpkin patch is the perfect destination for celebrating the season. Great for families, dogs, and chill dates, this pumpkin patch is a favorite among celebrities. Don't forget to enter the costume contest!

2. Underwood Family Farms 19th Annual Fall Harvest Festival

The Underwood Family Farms go all out for Halloween! Another great option for kids, this family-owned farm is a true local gem. There are endless Instagram opportunities, and the live entertainment is fantastic!

3. Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

The Haunted Hayride is, without a doubt, one of the most fabled and popular Halloween hotspots here in Los Angeles. Mixing your classic hayride with a not-so-classic scare room/haunted house vibe, this is a great place for thrill seekers wanting to make some memories.

4. West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval

This not-so-scary, but definitely-adult tradition is a Los Angeles Halloween stronghold! On Friday, tens of thousands of revelers will take to the streets of West Hollywood to celebrate Halloween with elaborate costumes, outstanding nightlife, and live DJ performances. This is a great place to go with friends for a grown-up take on trick or treating.

5. The Tension Experience

This last item on our list is not for the faint of heart! Designed to seriously shake audience members, this immersive theatre experience is designed to create a haunting, creepy series of events that changes with each decision you make. This 18+ event requires running, crawling, and some seriously psychological spooking.

Of course, if that isn't your speed, you can always stock up on Pumpkin Pie cookies for trick-or-treat duty at home (or for stress-eating your way through a horror movie marathon)!

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