Theme parks across Southern California are going all out to celebrate Halloween. From silly spooks to hair-raising haunts, there’s a perfect park to visit for ghouls and boys of all ages. Read on to discover the best, and most age-appropriate, places to brings your tots and tweens and teens this spooky season.

Go “Brick or Treating” at LEGOLAND

The LEGOLAND California Resort is going full monster mash bash with their Brick-or-Treat Party Nights. Experience more park after dark during the family-friendly Halloween celebration that is guaranteed fun for any age. A Midnight Monster Jam at Fun Town Stage is where kids can “boo-gie” down with the monster crew, and check out what new monster Mad Marty’s Monster Machine is cooking up. The park is also holding a fall festival complete with LEGO pumpkin patch building activity, crafts, Bluegrass Band Jamboree, and a special LEGO friends meet and greet. Plus, don't miss the return of the Ghost Cruise Adventure.

If candy is your main Halloween jam, 31 Candy Stations are ready to satisfy that sweet tooth, and dish out special collector items. Chow down on your sugary loot while you enjoy some live entertainment from The Witchettes and “The Curse of the Hallowmeenie” show.

Dates: Sept. 30; Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28

Cost: $59 (5pm entry for Brick-or-Treat only). You can add the event to your daytime General Admission ticket ($89-$95) for $25 at Guest Services the day of your visit.

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photo: LEGOLAND® California Resort

Have you had a frighteningly good time at any of these SoCal spots? Give us your scary good inside tips for having the best time at theme parks for the holidays!

—Kellie Fell