Halloween at theme parks means haunted houses, mazes, scary shows, and other
Knotts Berry Farm,
Knott's Scary Farm is the granddaddy of theme park Halloween events. As the
oldest and one of the biggest, it sets the standard for park scare-fests. This
year's event features 11 mazes, including "Malice in Wonderland" and "Blood
Bayou." Among the 6 stage shows is the always wildly inventive "The Hanging,"
which takes an irreverent look at current events through blood-coloured glasses.
Be forewarned: Knott's Scary Farm is so popular; it frequently sells out in
advance. For more information, visit
Disneyland has revamped its classic Haunted Mansion attraction with scenes and
characters from Tim Burton's film "Nightmare Before Christmas." This seasonal
highlight at Disneyland is a hilarious madcap mix of Halloween and Christmas.
Park, San Diego
SeaWorld’s “Terror of the Deep” presents a schizophrenic front with its menacing
sharks and "killer" whales juxtaposed against its lovable seals and elegant
dolphins. For the month of October, the marine park gives in to the dark side
with haunted mazes like "Terrortanic" and shows such as "Creepy Creatures." The
park provides scare ratings to help parents use their discretion. While there
make sure you catch the lastest 4D Haunted Lighthouse. State-of-the-Art visuals
and multi-sensory surprises immerse guests in a spellbinding adventure. For
Legoland in Carlsbad has a Brick or Trick celebration with Halloween theme shows
and attractions, spooky characters, a limited edition Lego Explore building
brick, daily costume contests, and lots more. Visit the website at
Anaheim Resort is a
ideal area to base yourself while experiencing these Halloween events.