The most wonderful time of the year has arrived!
The bells of joy are already jingling in our heads just thinking about this spectacular seasonal drive-through rolling into L.A. The team behind the sold-out Haunt’Oween LA Drive-Thru, are dazzling us with another Hollywood-grade installation featuring countless candy canes, epically-scaled lighting displays, a Christmas tree maze and enough cheer to get you through the rest of 2020. Hop in your four-wheeled sleighs and get ready to drive straight into California’s own North Pole wonderland!
Remember the incredible Jack ‘O Lantern tunnel with thousands of illuminated pumpkins that stole the show this Halloween? Well, there’s a red-and-blue version of that and much, much more! Cobwebs have been swept away to make way for snow-powdered streets lined with giant, glossy ornaments, candy canes and twinkling fairy lights synched to Holiday music that will lead you to a larger-than-life Christmas tree.
A few of Santa’s little helpers have hinted that there’ll be a maze of trees to drive amongst—we’re hoping this might be a version of the Drive-Thru Pun-Kin Patch but it sounds enchanting nonetheless. You can also expect new open-air and semi-enclosed tunnels sprinkled with snowflakes will make you forget you’re even on the sunny West Coast.
As you roll through elaborate sets, a magical winter tale will unfold with special appearances from Santa, Mrs. Claus and The Elves. There are set to be “one-of-a-kind photo and video ops so you can spam your friends and family with annoying Holiday cards from the experience.
And on top of all that, there’s a Holidays Around The World Display so this festive affair brings you all the wonderful traditions from faraway lands to local shores.
WonderLAnd is a family-friendly experience and tickets will cost $70 per vehicle of up to 8 seats or $80 for nine or more passengers. It will run from November 30 and close on December 23, then the second period will run from December 26 to December 30.
Location: 6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd in Woodland Hills