Halloween in the South Bay

Halloween in the South Bay

Halloween is one of our favorite times of year!  There’s pumpkins, pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin pie, and let’s get real, pumpkin everything!  But also, there are tons of great community events to help us get in the spirit with our family.  So we’ve created an easy guide to get keep you in the loop with all things Halloween this season!  We’ll keep updating it as things are announced.  Want to list your event? Email us! 

 

South Bay Halloween
Ongoing:

The Great Pumpkin Hunt at the South Coast Botanical Garden, September 15- November 30
Locate birdhouses inhabited by parrots, owls, woodpeckers and hawks to collect their clues and find the hidden pumpkin garden. Move throughout the 87-acre garden in this perfect fall excursion. Please remember to wear comfy clothes and shoes for outdoors and bring a water bottle!

HalloweenTime at Disneyland Resort & Disney’s California Adventure  , September 15- October 31
Spirit away for a spooky fun with themed attractions, entertainment, food and more

Boo at the Los Angeles Zoo  , October 1 – 31
Treat the imagination at Boo at the L.A. Zoo, where you’ll find spooktacular fun every day in October, and entertainment and activities – including live shows, special animal feedings, and themed photo ops – on weekends. Costumes are encouraged!

Knott’s Spooky Farm,  Saturdays and Sundays, Sept. 29 – Oct. 28, and Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018
Enjoy the spooktacular Halloween season at Knott’s Spooky Farm, a family-friendly Halloween celebration geared for kids ages 3-11. Newly expanded trick-or-treating through Ghost Town, little ghouls can stop through Calico to collect sweet Halloween treats.  Fun Halloween-themed shows are in store as a friendly magician mystifies little ones with spell-binding tricks. Camp Snoopy Theater plays host to the “Monsters are Coming” show where children are encouraged to participate in the daily costume contest. The Halloween Hootenanny returns as The Timber Mountain Log Ride transforms with spooky but family-friendly surprises. The fall daytime Seasons of Fun event is included with regular park admission or your 2018 Season Pass.

Irvine Park’s Railroad, Pumpkin Patch, Sept 15 – Oct 31
Irvine Park Railroad’s Pumpkin Patch in Orange County is fun for the entire family. Come out and enjoy the many activities for kids of all ages. The Pumpkin Patch is located just behind the train station and admission is FREE. Please note that a gate entrance fee will be charged by the County of Orange for each vehicle that enters Irvine Regional Park.

Tanaka Farms Pumpkin Patch, Sept 22 – Oct 31
Tanaka Farms invites you to visit our Pumpkin Patch with all your favorites as well as some new and improved guest experiences for 2018.   Admission is $4 per person (Children 2 years and under are free.) The Wagon Ride is $6 for unlimited rides. (Children 2 years and under are free.) The Petting Zoo is $4. (Children 2 years and under are free.) The Entry Package is $12 (Save $2!) and includes Admission, Wagon Ride, and Petting Zoo. (Children 2 years and under are free.) Game and Activity Tickets are $4 each. Parking passes are required on the weekends. Parking passes are $5 each. PARKING PASSES ARE REQUIRED EVERY WEEKEND DURING PUMPKIN PATCH. PARKING PASSES MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE!

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch, October 5- 30
Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch offers customers high-quality pumpkins and merchandise while providing them with a fun-filled family experience. We believe in family and community, and in fostering those connections through holiday celebrations.

Marina Spooktacular, October 27 – 28
Marina Spooktacular is a Halloween party on the harbor, featuring L.A.’s only haunted pirate ships, a scavenger hunt graveyard, a blackout maze of terror, trick-or-treating, Dia de los Muertos celebrations, DJ music, food trucks, and more!

Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum: Ghost Train,  Various Days: Oct 13 – 31
All aboard for your Halloween adventure!  In Griffith Park, just east of Travel Town Parking is free, but limited. Ride sharing is encouraged.

20th Annual Fall Harvest Festival at Underwood Family Farm,  Sept 29 – Oct 31
Weekend Festival admission includes tractor-drawn wagon ride, corn maze, corn stalk labyrinth, Pig Races, Animal Show, Pumpkin House, Pumpkin playhouse, live music and entertainment, access to Pick-Your-Own fields and Pumpkin Patch, Animal Center including Bee Barn, hay pyramids, Fun Hill, Kid’s Corral, Farmer Craig’s Chicken Show, Combine Slide and more!

Halloween in the South Bay - Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Torrance, El Segundo

Local Events:  More to be announced soon!
Click here for our FULL community Calendar

Kids Club – Halloween Puppet Show, Oct 2

LA Waterfront Movie Night: Coco at Wilmington Waterfront Park, Oct 5

12th Annual – Pumpkins in the Park, Oct 12 

Pumpkin Painting Party, Oct 14

Halloween Ball benefiting Pediatric Therapy Network, Oct 14

Mommy & Me and Daddies too Free Kids Club Halloween “Mummy” & Me, Oct 18 

Halloween Carnival, Oct 20 

Healthy Halloween Bash, Oct 20  

Riviera Village Trick or Treating, October 31

Halloween Spooktacular, Manhattan Village Oct 31

More to be announced soon!

Halloween in the South Bay - Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Torrance, El Segundo

Pumpkin Patches
Acosta Pumpkin Patch at South Bay Galleria  Now – Oct 31
Visit the Acosta Pumpkin Patch now through October 31st! Pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, pumpkin painting, trackless train rides, mobile video game trailers, jumpers/slides, and more! Pumpkin fun for everyone!

Pa’s Pumpkin Patch, Long Beach Sept 28 – Oct 31
Come join a parade of people gathering for activities, games, rides, pumpkins and all around fun in our country fair atmosphere. They offer a large variety of pumpkins to choose from, as well as haystacks, corn stalks and gourds. They also have fresh cooked food which includes a snack bar for all your sweet treats, pony ride, a petting zoo and a variety of games and rides. Tons of places to take pictures and just enjoy the pumpkin wonder land.

Irvine Park’s Railroad, Pumpkin Patch, Sept 15 – Oct 31
Irvine Park Railroad’s Pumpkin Patch in Orange County is fun for the entire family. Come out and enjoy the many activities for kids of all ages. The Pumpkin Patch is located just behind the train station and admission is FREE. Please note that a gate entrance fee will be charged by the County of Orange for each vehicle that enters Irvine Regional Park.

Tanaka Farms Pumpkin Patch, Sept 22 – Oct 31
Tanaka Farms invites you to visit our Pumpkin Patch with all your favorites as well as some new and improved guest experiences for 2018.   Admission is $4 per person (Children 2 years and under are free.) The Wagon Ride is $6 for unlimited rides. (Children 2 years and under are free.) The Petting Zoo is $4. (Children 2 years and under are free.) The Entry Package is $12 (Save $2!) and includes Admission, Wagon Ride, and Petting Zoo. (Children 2 years and under are free.) Game and Activity Tickets are $4 each. Parking passes are required on the weekends. Parking passes are $5 each. PARKING PASSES ARE REQUIRED EVERY WEEKEND DURING PUMPKIN PATCH. PARKING PASSES MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE!

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch, Culver City October 5- 30
Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch offers customers high-quality pumpkins and merchandise while providing them with a fun-filled family experience. We believe in family and community, and in fostering those connections through holiday celebrations.

Local Halloween Costume & Party Supplies: 
Children’s Orchard,  Manhattan Beach

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