It may be hard to believe, but we now in the official start to fall. And with it comes several festivals and activities in and around the Los Angeles are that are worth putting on your visit list.
Apple picking: If you are looking for a variety of apples to pick, and an orchard open 7 days a week, look into visiting Parrish Pioneer Ranch in Yucaipa. You can also find fresh cider, apple butter, jams and syrups at this location. Check the website to see what apples are currently being harvested (right now, Gala Red Gold and Park Dale Beauty’s are available).
Haunted places: The Haunted Hayride proves there is a boogeyman. There are five scary zones to go through, including In Between Dark Maze (with a new twist), and Purgatory. The basement of the Hollywood Museum is transformed into the Dungeon of Doom. View up close props and costumes from some of the scariest movies and shows you have seen, including Silence of the Lambs and The Walking Dead.
Spooky parks: Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios has new mazes based on famous movie sets, and Scare Zones for those who dare to enter. The Dark Harbor at the Queen Mary has new attractions, including the Lullaby Maze, which takes you through the story of little Scary Mary. Another new attraction at Dark Harbor is the Side Show of Freaks and Oddities – a show of carnival talent without having to go to the circus.
Whatever your interests, Los Angeles does fall in a very unique, Californian way, so don’t miss it.