Avail of Los Angeles Haunted Hayride Discount tickets only $25 – $49 and head to Griffith Park for the ultimate Halloween scare. Get lost in 4 Scare Zones as you explore a dark maze, go door-to-door meeting and getting candy from strangers in the most terrifying neighborhood. Ride the Scary-Go-Round, see a psychic, catch a show at Theatre Macabre and tons more. And of course, ride the iconic Haunted Hayride, now on its 10th year.
Haunted Hayride Los Angeles Tickets (Full Price)
- Hayride tickets only – $34.99
- General Admission – $44.99 – This ticket grants one-time General Admission access to all Los Angeles Haunted Hayride attractions, including Midnight Mortuary haunted house, Roadkill Ranch open-air maze, Trick-or-Treat haunted maze, and fan-favorite Haunted Hayride. Access to Midnight Falls Town Square is available to all ticket purchasers.
- VIP Admission – $59.99 – This ticket grants limited-wait, one-time VIP access to all Los Angeles Haunted Hayride attractions, including Midnight Mortuary haunted house, Roadkill Ranch open-air maze, Trick-or-Treat haunted maze, and fan-favorite Haunted Hayride. Access to Midnight Falls Town Square is available to all ticket purchasers.
- Platinum VIP Experience – $109.99
To save on Haunted Hayride Tickets, use the deals below:
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride Discount
- Los Angeles Haunted Hayride Discount Tickets $25 – $49
- Los Angeles Haunted Hayride Groupon Deal $33.08 – $39.38
Note: A Los Angeles Haunted Hayride Discount Code or Coupon is not needed to avail of these deals. The discount tickets may sell out. If it does, do consider the following Halloween events:
Other Los Angeles Halloween Events:
- Hollywood’s Haunted Walking Ghost Tour
- Power 106 Nightmare on Hollywood Blvd
- Queen Mary Dark Harbor Discount Tickets
- Knott’s Scary Farm Discount Tickets
- Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights Discount
- Legoland Brick or Treat
Haunted Hayride starts at 7 PM but ends time varies by date.
Haunted Hayride Griffith Park 2019
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride has a new theme for 2019, new attractions — Midnight Mortuary, Roadkill Ranch — new scare zone and new mini escape games!
Midnight Falls is proudly hosting its 13th annual Halloween Festival for 1985. However, this strange town is always celebrating Halloween, and it’s always 1985. But that doesn’t stop the citizens from enjoying the festival’s bizarre celebratory offerings.
Visiting the Midnight Falls residents in the town square, neighborhoods and exploring the local establishments reveal more of the strange and sinister secrets behind this eerie town.
Located in the center of the small town, the annual Midnight Falls Halloween Festival comes to life with joyous decorations from a time gone by.
Just underneath the layers of Jack O’ Lanterns, glowing orange lights, high-spirited entertainment and fall festival atmosphere is an unsettling sense of foreboding — all is not right in this peculiar place.
The celebrating locals are morphing into terrifying creatures while they hold the chilling secrets to Midnight Falls.
Local homes inside Midnight Falls spring to life, driven by the spirit of Halloween. But it is soon discovered the ghoulish residents have far more tricks on their mind than treats.
The wondrous magic of a traditional neighborhood Halloween celebration is turned upside down as terrors stalk the streets in Trick-or-Treat.
The dark and ominous house at the end of the street looms over Midnight Falls. Owned and operated by the Marlow family for decades, the local funeral parlor holds many sinister secrets.
The town’s mysteries can be found breaking-through the dim hallways of the Midnight Mortuary.
Just on the outskirts of Midnight Falls, mysterious ranch hands are responsible for collecting the main highway’s deceased varmints. However, their hack methods of body disposal come back to bite with an insatiable vengeance.
Within the dreadful chaos lurking inside, face the horrifying wrath of an ancient entity crawling inside Roadkill Ranch.
Within the foothills of Midnight Falls, The Hayride leads to a thrilling adventure of horrors afflicting the town.
Out in the darkness, a portal has opened spilling hideous creatures from its rotted mouth. The spirit of Halloween comes to life surrounding helpless victims brave enough to board The Hayride.
Haunted Hayride offers Free public parking but not plentiful on the two lower lots around Griffith Park.
Parking at Haunted Hayride will be directed west on Fire road until upper lots are filled. After which traffic will be directed east to the lower lots where there is plenty of parking. Those parking in the lower lots can catch a shuttle out front of Crystal Springs Picnic Area Pad B.
Know Before You Go:
- Age Limit – This event is frightening and is not recommended for children under 13.
- Photography – Photography and video recording (including GoPros) are not permitted inside.
- Costume – You can wear costumes to the haunted house! However, you cannot wear a mask or carry a prop!
Haunted Hayride is located at Griffith Park (OLD ZOO) 4730 Crystal Springs Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027.
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