Treats by Day and Screams by Night
All the local Halloween fun in and around Long Beach for ghouls and goblins of all ages!
Dark Harbor at the Queen Mary
Every night, ending November 1st
8 pm – 12 am (1 am on Fridays and Saturdays)
The already haunted Queen Mary becomes even more scary with the legion of spirits, monsters, and the undead that bring your nightmares to life. Tickets start at $20. Visit their website for more information.
Knott’s Scary Farm
Thursdays – Sundays ending October 31st
7 pm – 2 am
Knott’s Berry Farm
The largest, most haunting Halloween experience in Southern California with dozens of chilling experiences and over 1,000 monsters lurking in every shadow. Tickets start at $40 with various packages available. Visit their website for more information.
16th Annual Scarium of the Pacific
October 24th and 25th
9 am – 5 pm
Aquarium of the Pacific
Fun for the whole family! Complete with a children’s costume contest, face painting, underwater pumpkin carving and more. Free with General Admission. Get the details here.
15th Annual Haute Dog Howl’oween Parade
Marina Vista Park
Bring your furry friends and join in the fun this Halloween! This annual event features a few hundred furry participants and dozens of spectators. Complete with costume contests for both pets and their humans. Registration fee required for entry, free to watch. For details and registration, visit the website here.
Trick or Treat on 2nd Street
4 – 6 pm
2nd Street Belmont Shore
Get the kids all dressed up and head to Belmont Shore where they can show off their costumes and trick-or treat in front of the various shops and restaurants. Free to participate. Get the details here.
20th Annual Historical Cemetery Tour
9 am – 2:30 pm
Join the Historical Society of Long Beach as they bring two of Long Beach’s oldest cemeteries to life, “where every plot has a story, and the dead do tell tales”. This event is not scary and is something the whole family can enjoy. General admission starts at $20 and can be bought online here.