2013 Los Angeles Halloween Haunted Houses, Mazes and more

List of Haunted houses for HalloweenHere is a full list of 2013 Halloween haunted houses, mazes and events in the Los Angeles – Southern California area, including those in Orange and Riverside/San Bernardino.

It seems each year these Halloween events keep getting bigger and better. From the big mega million productions at Knott’s Scary Farm Haunt to the local resident putting up their own maze. It’s a fun time in October.

I’ve listed the events into six groups: Amusement Parks, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Orange County and finally the Riverside/San Bernardino Counties. The list of Amusement Parks includes the larger regional venues. Then I list the local haunted houses and mazes.

2013 Halloween Haunted Houses and Mazes at local amusement parks.

  1. Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights. During certain nights in October, this park transforms its grounds to several scare zones and mazes. Click here to see dates and pricing.
  2. Knott’s Scary Farm Halloween Haunt. This is one of the more popular and oldest Halloween attractions with many scare zones, shows and mazes. Free-roaming monsters greet or “scare” you throughout the park. For discount tickets head over to your local Burger King restaurant for a special coupon.
  3. Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor. Want to experience something really unique? Then head over to the Queen Mary as they’ll have mazes built into the already old and some say haunted ship! Oct. 3-5, 11-13, 17-20, 24-27, 31; Nov. 1-2. 7 p.m. to Midnight – Cost is $20-24.
  4. Six Flags Fright Fest. Also filled with haunted mazes and monsters roaming the park. See here for pricing.
  5. Los Angeles Haunted Hayride. This takes place at Griffith Park’s Old Zoo. Admission starts at $25. See pricing here. And see how to get $5 off here.
  6. Brick-or-Treat at Legoland. They have a costume contest, treats and more. This occurs on Saturday Nights in October, called “Party Nights”.  Click here for full details.
  7. Disneyland – Halloween Time. Besides the regular Halloween decorations throughout Disneyland, there is the special Mickey’s Halloween Party for the kids if you only want to attend at night. Select dates and times, prices start at $59 for advance tickets and dates (which usually sell out). See link above for details.
2013 Halloween Haunted Houses and Mazes in Los Angeles:
2013 Halloween Haunted Houses and Mazes in the San Fernando Valley:
  • A Faery Hunt. Kids participate in the unique interactive show. Takes place at several locations in the Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley area. Cost starts at $12.50. See site for more details.
  • Reign of Terror Haunted House – Located in the Janss MarketPlace in Thousand Oaks, this yearly haunted house is a local favorite. Prices start at $15.
  • The Haunted House at Haunted Hill. Located in Woodland Hills, this one should be good. See site for full details.
  • The Haunt with No Name. In Tarzana. See site for more details.
  • Rotten Apple 907 – The House where Screams are made! Located in Burbank, this is a local popular event, plus it’s free but they do take donations. See site for more details.
  • Halloween Harvest Festival at Pierce College. They have a corn maze, haunted house, farm grown pumpkins and a lot more family events. See site for full details.
2013 Halloween Haunted Houses and Mazes in the San Gabriel Valley:
  • Old Town Haunt. Pasadena’s biggest and scariest haunted house. Prices start at $15-17.
2013 Halloween Haunted Houses and Mazes in Orange County:
2013 Halloween Haunted Houses and Mazes in Riverside & San Bernardino County:
Largest Halloween Costume Street Party in the USA:
  • West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval. This is the largest costume party in the US and probably the world. Over a mile long of Hollywood Blvd is closed to traffic and a giant costume street party takes place. Takes place Thursday, October 31, 2013 and starts at 6pm. Admission is free with live entertainment.



Here is preview of A Haunted Attraction at the LA Fairplex in Pomona:

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