Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is back in full force for its 10th season, opened Saturday, Sept 29th at the, what some believe, the legitimately haunted part of Griffith Park, the Old Zoo.
Whether you have attended year after year or are a first-timer, Los Angeles Haunted Hayride won’t disappoint. You will be treated to their biggest and scariest season ever.
As you pass through the gates you are greeted by demons and the glow of jack-o-lanterns that light your way. You can smell the fresh hay as you walk through a path of hay bales to the immersive haunted hayride. Hayride travelers are corralled and then led onto a long wooden cart filled with hay and taken through Purgatory.
Once your hayride is over, there are several other attractions for you. You can be a part of the live Theatre Macabre, have a psychic read your future, take a frightening walk through a haunted corn maze, ride the “Scary-Go-Round” or stumble through the terrifying darkness of the House of Shadows. If you find yourself a little peckish, there are food & snacks at the Grub Shack. You can also take a little bit of your experience home with you by visiting the Bootique.
LA’s Haunted Hayride will be scaring guests through Halloween , October 31, 2018. There is plenty of time to get your tickets.
- Sundays, Wednesdays & Thursdays – 7pm-10:30 pm
- Fridays & Saturdays – 7pm-12am (with the exception of Sept. 29 open until 11pm)
Griffith Park Old Zoo, 4730 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027
You can purchase your tickets here.
Photo Credit: Linita Sotelo-Masters / LSM Creative for The Hollywood 360