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This Dazzling Jack-O-Lantern Tunnel And Halloween Wonderland Is Open!

By Ashlyn Davis

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Haunt’Oween LA has released a map, so you can prepare your ride through to the spooky side

It’s finally here! From Friday, the “Haunt’Oween LA” experience will be dazzling eager trick-or-treaters with large scale multi-sensory scenes, live actors (who will all be practicing social distancing), interactive pumpkin-picking, candy-collecting and an immersive jack-o’-lantern tunnel. But the organizers have a few more tricks up their sleeves than we previously imagined. To ensure you don’t miss a single treat, you might want to take a look at the map below and get the lay of the spooky land. 

Credit: HauntO’ween LA

If we weren’t already excited about the mesmerizing jack-o’-lantern tunnel with over 1,000 pumpkins, it looks like Hulu has brought a special What We Do In The Shadows tunnel to the scene too! In other fang-tastic news, there’ll be a drive-in cinema and video-op to ensure all your friends are haunted by FOMO. We’re not sure what ‘Party City Lane’ entails, but we do know that we’re already getting into the festive spirit. 

Credit: HauntO’ween LA

Once you’ve picked up a pre-sanitized vegetable at the ‘Pun-kin Patch’ with pumpkins larger than your car, you can stock up on the sweet treats from the HauntO’ween residents—if you dare.

Credit: HauntO’ween LA

Ticketholders will journey into the spooky, family-friendly drive-thru begins on Topanga Canyon Boulevard from October 9 to 31, from 3 to 9 p.m. You wouldn’t want to upset any of the creatures lurking in this eerie maze, so you’re advised to show up 15-20 minutes prior to your reservation. Have your emailed ticket ready on your mobile phone, keep the doors locked and get ready for a thrilling adventure.  

If you haven’t got a ticket to Haunt’Oween La yet, there’s still a chance you’ll find a timeslot available to book here.

[Featured Image: Haunt’Oween LA]


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