No tricks, just treats await you in Anaheim this spooky season. Celebrate happy hauntings when Halloween Time befalls the Disneyland Resort and head to Knott’s Scary Farm where nightmares never end. Creep it real like a local at community events all month long. Whether you’re looking to stock up on spooky supplies or make magical memories, celebrate the spooky season in Anaheim.
Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort
A spell has been cast on the Disneyland Resort. The magic of Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort returns with themed attraction overlays like the Nightmare Before Christmas-themed Haunted Mansion Holiday and the transformation of Cars Land’s Radiator Springs into Radiator Screams. You’ll enjoy a cavalcade of costumed characters and frighteningly delicious food items, both savory and sweet, offered exclusively during the celebration. The nighttime sky fills with hauntingly delightful sights during the Halloween Screams fireworks show.
Outside the theme parks, treat yourself to Pluto’s Pumpkin Pursuit. Your scavenger hunt comes with a map and stickers to mark where you’ve found decorated pumpkins around the Downtown Disney District. Once completed, turn it in for a festive tumbler prize. Make sure to celebrate the season with a Pumpkin Spice Churro at the California Churro Cart, also located in the Downtown Disney District.
Knott’s Berry Farm
Knott’s Spooky Farm
Daytime family fun is always in season. Knott’s Berry Farm welcomes Knott's Spooky Farm, an all-ages celebration included in regular admission tickets Saturdays and Sundays through Halloween. Perfect for kids 3-11, the celebration includes trick-or-treating and new shows. Check out the park’s festive decor, sweet treats, and costumed characters.
Knott’s Scary Farm
The fog has rolled in at Knott’s Berry Farm for Knott's Scary Farm, Southern California’s iconic haunt. Explore eight terrifying mazes (if you dare), including the all-new Mesmer: Sideshow of the Mind. There’s nowhere to hide as 1,000 monsters lurk in mazes and in the five themed Scare Zones like the Gore-ing ’20s where decadence has proved deadly. Frightfully delightful shows fill out the fun.
Halloween Night Market at Anaheim GardenWalk
Ghouls just want to have fun at the Anaheim GardenWalk. Everything you’ll need for the season is materializing with 60+ vendors filling the outdoor mall with fright during the Halloween Night Market. Stock up at the Halloween BOOtique October 22-23 and 29-31, and enjoy music, art, and food. Admission is free, but reservations are required.
Witches Brew Market at Anaheim Packing House
Your presence is requested at the Witches Brew Market at the Anaheim Packing House on Halloween weekend. Shop for magical merchandise and conjure smiles at the immersive pop-up. You don’t need a crystal ball to predict it’ll be a great time, but you do need advance registration.
Great Wolf Lodge Howl-O-Ween
Have a howling good time at Great Wolf Lodge October 1-31 as the indoor water park resort celebrates Howl-O-Ween. Splash the day away and then get ready for spooky-themed activities like a Monster Bash dance party, storytime, drawing lessons, and grab-and-go craft kits. Sweeten your stay with a Trick-or-Treat Trail around the resort.
Anaheim Fall Festival
All month long, celebrate the traditional Anaheim Fall Festival in a new way with the fun going virtual! Tune in for live variety shows on select nights, participate in costume contests for the whole family (pets too!), and check out the special Halloween Parade Scavenger Hunt new for 2021.
Legend: 200 Years of Sleepy Hollow
The Headless Horseman rides again...straight to Muzeo in Downtown Anaheim. The limited-time exhibit features a collection of memorabilia and art dedicated to the tale of Sleepy Hollow. Get to know the Halloween classic short story and its many forms now through October 31.