Cemetery Lane Is an Immersive, LA Haunted Neighborhood for Trick-R-Treaters

Halloween is almost upon us, and if you’re looking for some fun, immersive and trick-r-treat experience, Cemetery Lane is creating a haunted neighborhood. It will feature Victorian manors and ghostly residents to bring guests into the creepy mood.

Cemetery Lane runs from October 27-31, 2021 and will feature 13 trick-or-treating stops inside a private, gated row of Victorian manors at the Heritage Square Museum in Los Angeles. The event is more exclusive courtesy of the hourly timed entry ticketing. Tickets are available for daytime and nighttime, and guests can partake in photo ops and interact with the scary townsfolk.

The event is open to all ages, and they are encouraged to dress up as their favorite monsters or characters. The trick-or-treating portion is timed for an hour for each person, but if you want to stay to hang out, you are welcome to do so. There’s also a limited shopping experience with snacks available for purchase.

The event is produced by David Markland (co-founder and executive director of Midsummer Scream), Claire Dunlap (co-founder and producer of Midsummer Scream and Spooky Swap Meet), and Ian Momii (Thea Award-winning technical director for The Nest, with décor and effects by Jeff Schiefelbein (owner/producer of Sinister Pointe).

For more info and tickets, you can visit CemeteryLane.com.

Check out the pricing below:

Children under age 2 receive free admission

All other guests must purchase a ticket:

  • Wednesday, October 27, 4pm-6pm: $25/6pm-9pm: $30
  • Thursday, October 28, 4pm-6pm: $25/6pm-9pm: $30
  • Friday, October 29, 4pm-6pm: $25/6pm-10pm: $30
  • Saturday, October 30 1pm-6pm: $25/6pm-10pm: $30
  • Sunday, October 31, 1pm-6pm: $25/6pm-9pm: $30.
  • A $3.50 ticketing fee is non-refundable.
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