Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort are both officially back beginning in September for Halloween Horror Nights 2021.
And this year, they will both bring the ominous presence of Netflix’s critically-acclaimed series “The Haunting of Hill House”—along with a gruesome gathering of mazes and haunted houses including, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Both events run select nights now through Sunday, October 31.
Experience an adrenaline rush riding Six Flags Magic Mountain’s iconic rollercoasters IN THE DARK. And explore the park’s several dark zones and haunted attractions. Runs now through October 31, in Valencia, CA.
The spooktacular and original haunted home of theme parks returns for its 48th season. This year, guests will have to confront their greatest fears with 15 haunted attractions, including five sinister scare zones, eight mesmerizing mazes, and two seasonal ride overlays to some of your favorite park attractions.
Knott’s Scary Farm returns for 27 terrifying nights from September 16 – October 31.
Sea Word’s Howl-O-Scream San Diego
There’s a new terror in town, and it’s got a killer smile. For the first time ever, Howl-O-Scream has arrived to transform the peaceful SeaWorld San Diego park you once knew into something sinister with 6 scare zones and 4 roaming haunts. When night falls and a carnival of horrifying creatures surrounds you, just try to put on a happy face. Runs Sept 17 through October 31, in San Diego, CA.
Make plans to be part of a ghostly and genius immersive theatre experience where you can roam freely around a haunted house only to uncover the terror, secrets, and stories it hides. Select nights, Sept. 16- Nov. 21, in Pomona, CA.
The Evil Dead: An Immersive Horror Experience
Celebrate 40 years of the Evil Dead franchise at The Mystic Museum’s immersive exhibit featuring film props, photo ops, and artwork. Opens September 18, in Burbank, CA.
The Haunted Hayride is back at a NEW location in Griffith Park where the town of Midnight Falls brings 3 haunted attractions: The Midnight Mortuary, Trick-or-Treat, and a surprise, brand new attraction. At the base of the hills, lies the horrors of the Haunted Hayride, which explores the curse that has been placed over the town. Select nights, Sept. 24 – Oct. 31, in Los Angeles, CA.
Cemetery Lane: Trick-R-Treat Experience
Explore a neighborhood of Victorian manors and other haunted homes, where the residents are dying to help you celebrate Halloween! Trick-R-Treat from 13 spooky stops and discover the mysteries of Cemetery Lane during this throwback to vintage Halloween experiences.
Runs from October 27-31, 2021 at Heritage Square Los Angeles. For more about the event visit CemeteryLane.com.
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