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.
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.
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.
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.
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