Cemetery Lane Returns to LA for Halloween 2022 Season

Cemetery Lane 2021. Photo by Nerd Reactor.
Cemetery Lane 2021. Photo by Nerd Reactor.

The Halloween season is almost upon us, and that means there will be plenty of spooky and frightening events and activities coming out of the woodwork. Cemetery Lane is one such event, and it will be returning to Heritage Square Museum in Los Angeles from October 19-30, 2022.

Heritage Square Museum is a historical Los Angeles neighborhood with Victorian manors, and these are the perfect backdrop since Cemetery Lane transforms them into creepy experiences. Guests are encouraged to dress up in their favorite terrifying attire, and they will get to walk inside the spooky manors, receive treats, and interact with creepy residents.

For Cemetery Lane 2022, attendees will be transported into the ’50s and ’60s at Heritage Square Museum, a time when the Addams Family, the Munsters, and Twilight Zone became household names. The experience should last 45 minutes to an hour and includes 13 trick-r-treat stops, photo ops, spooky vendors, and food trucks.

Tickets go on sale Saturday, August 27 at 9 a.m. PST. Admission before 6 p.m. is $27. It will be $32 from 6 p.m. and after. Toddlers two years and under are admitted for free.

Event entry is located at 3515 Pasadena Avenue, Los Angeles, 90031. Absolutely no parking or entry is available for Cemetery Lane from Homer Street.

To learn more or purchase tickets, visit www.CemeteryLane.com.

Cemetery Lane is resurrected by David Markland (Co-Founder and Executive Director of Midsummer Scream) and Claire Dunlap (Co-Founder/Supervising Producer of Midsummer Scream and Co-Creator/Producer of Spooky Swap Meet), with decor and effects provided by Jeff Schiefelbein (creator of Sinister Pointe Haunted Attraction).

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