We’re Here to Scare
Things to know before you go
Scare factor: Scary
Appropriate For: Ages 12+
Organization Type: Commercial/For profit haunted house
Category: Haunted House, Hayride
Additional info: Outdoor events, Indoor events, Touching not allowed
Answers to common questions
We have dynamic ticket pricing that differs between date, time slot, and availability.
Visit our calendar to see our hours of operation and event times.
Haunted Hayride is complying with all local LA COVID protocols, and encourages guests to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and/or obtain a negative COVID-19 test result prior to visiting. While masks are not mandated at outdoor events in Los Angeles, we strongly encourage guests to wear a face covering during their visit when social distancing is not possible. We’ve taken precautions throughout the event to maintain cleanliness and sanitization standards.
Yes. Please visit our Groups Rates page for more information.
You can also submit a request for a Private Wagon.
We don’t allow refunds, as our policy states that all sales are final. If you would like more information or wish to discuss this further please reach out to our customer service team and we’d be happy to work with you directly.
You can submit a date/time exchange request. Do note, there are no same-day exchanges allowed.
Questions or special requests can be directed to our customer service team at [email protected]
No. All tickets are the same price.
You do not need to print your tickets. If you have a smartphone, we can scan the tickets from your phone. (Please turn up the brightness on your phone)
Yes. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express at our on-site box office.
Yes, the hayride is an accessible attraction.
Do note, the event is hosted in a park that has hills, dirt, and grass. Please plan accordingly.
There is no age requirement. The experience is not recommended for small children, toddlers, or babies. However, due to the graphic nature of the event, we suggest limiting entry to guests aged 12+.
We do not recommend that pregnant women attend the show. If you have questions, please reach out to your OBGYN.
We do not recommend that people with asthma attend the show. If you have asthma or any other medical concerns, we suggest you consult with your physician before attending one of our attractions.
No. We update characters and attractions each year. If there are audience favorites from past years, we may incorporate these areas into the new floor plan.
No, we do not allow weapons of any kind on the premises.
The queue is both indoor and outdoor. Our attractions are rain or shine so please dress appropriately.
Parking is available in the 3 lots nearby, Merry Go Round Lots 1, 2 and 3.
All Fridays, Saturdays, and Halloween:
Shuttle parking will be available at the LA Zoo in the North West corner of their parking lot, shuttles will drop you off at the entrance trail by Spokes ‘N Stuff. The last shuttle will leave for the Zoo lot 30 minutes prior to closing, please don’t miss your shuttle back.
Wait times vary throughout the season. During September and on many weekdays, the wait is usually very short. As it gets closer to Halloween, specifically on a Friday or Saturday night, the wait can be much longer.
To limit your time waiting in line, consider our Fast Pass or Skip the Line ticket upgrade options.
If you become too frightened, try to remain calm and find the nearest actor in the room and they will escort you outside.
Only small bags and clutches not exceeding 4.5″x6.5’” will be allowed, other bags should be left in your vehicle or at home.
*Do note, if you plan on purchasing alcohol, please bring your ID in with you.
No. Each ticket allows one trip through the attraction(s). If you’d like to experience something again, please buy another ticket.
Yes, we have many strobe lights and fog throughout the show. We do not recommend that people with Epilepsy participate. We also do not recommend that people with asthma, heart issues, or pregnant women attend. If you have further questions, please consult with your physician.
No. Photography and videography are strictly prohibited.
No, actors will not touch you and we also ask you not to touch the actors.
Yes. We work hard to ensure the safety of all our guests. As a result, we require each person to pass through our security screening before they enter. Please arrive prior to your ticket time to allow time for the security screening process. Everyone will need to go through a security checkpoint.
Yes, our attractions are rain or shine. Please dress appropriately. Part of the line may be outdoors, however, the haunted house is indoors.
We welcome costumes but do not allow full-face masks/make-up or props of any kind. If you must paint your face, we ask that you remain recognizable enough to match the likeness on your identification card. You must not interact with other guests as one of our cast members. If our security team does not recognize you as a guest, you may be asked to remove your makeup.
Yes. We do not allow foul language, obscene behavior, weapons, alcohol, drugs, or any other illicit objects. Thirteenth Floor and its affiliates reserve the right to refuse admittance to anybody for any reason.
We recommend monitoring the weather and dressing accordingly as much of the experience requires being outdoors. Closed-toe shoes are recommended and offensive clothing with obscene language is not permitted.
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The hayride is just the beginning…
Midnight Falls Scare Zone
The Town Square of Midnight Falls is the epicenter of the festivities. While guests walk around between attractions or hang out to soak in the atmosFEAR various townsfolk from the Midnight Falls community roam the space interacting with guests and attending to their local business.
Trick or Treat
The neighborhood of Midnight Falls has sprung to life with the magic of Halloween. “It’s a different kind of Halloween” remark the citizens of Midnight Falls. The mayor has announced, “Monte’s Midnight Show is weird, it’s kooky, it’s…REVOLTING!” Yet, outsiders continue to pour in to witness what yours ghouly has brewed up.
Dying to drum up more business the local Mortuary is hosting an open house where guests can tour the property to see what offerings await their demise. Guests separated from their tour risk becoming the next customer of the sinister funeral home.
Dead End Diner
An old 70’s rest stop at the edge of town untouched by time has been used as a weary traveler tourist trap, literally. A series of establishments all work to trap and abduct patrons to be used as human meat in the local diner. Driven by the thirst for blood, the maniacal townsfolk have become more brazen and aggressive towards the travelers in this high intensity cat and mouse style attraction.
THE MONTE REVOLTA SHOW
Get ready for the ultimate theatrical macabre experience from beyond the grave. It’s Monte Revolta, the undead irreverent lounge singer who is bringing the dead back to rock! Backed by his, Band of The Living Dead, this ghoulish show is sure to have you rocking to your death and rotting in the aisles. This is a night you’ll never forget…and possibly never survive!
MONTE REVOLTA’S SHOCK-TAIL PARTY
Join the late Monte Revolta and his undead assistants, Ms. Muerte & Rotly as they exhume an ultra-shocking setting of Horror, Comedy & Revoltingness. Backed by his undead pianist, this evening will be packed with creepy covers, comedy gags and audience victimization. Get up close and ghoulishly personal with everyone’s favorite dearly-departed singing lounge legend himself. But don’t get too close…he bites!
For your viewing displeasure…
Summary of “Your Overall Rating” reviews from visitors like you
A fun and unique experience for Southern California
It’s good fun! There are definitely scarier haunted houses out there, but this one is great for me to drag my wife to since she isn’t into super scary experiences. The main hayride attraction is fun, and the side attractions are scarier.