Don’t know what to do for Halloween this year? San Diego has an unlimited supply of Halloween entertainment for people of every age. Visit the house the Travel Channel called “America’s Most Haunted House” or take a stroll through the outdoor haunted trails that wind throughout San Diego’s large collection of museums in Balboa Park.
Halloween Monster Bash in the Gaslamp Quarter: The cauldrons are boiling and the potions are in place which can mean only one thing; it’s time again for the 7th Annual Dos Equis XX Monster Bash presented by Southern Comfort!
Scream Zone at Del Mar Fairgrounds: The Scream Zone returns to one of the creepiest parts of the Del Mar Scaregrounds. Hitch a haunted hayride, visit The Chamber (San Diego’s longest tunnel of terror) and don’t forget to check out the House of Horror where you will be confronted by fiends, apparitions and scares that are guaranteed to make your spine crawl with fear.
The Haunted Trail at Balboa Park: The winding paths through Balboa Park will be transformed into the ultimate Halloween haunt from Sept. 29 to Oct. 31. Take a stroll along the trails at Marston Point for an outdoor haunted house event.
The Haunted Hotel: The Haunted Hotel brings your most terrifying nightmares to life. Once inside, you will come face to face with the characters and scenes from horror movies such as Hostel and the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Mira Mesa Monster Manor: This haunted house is performed by the Mira Mesa Theatre Guild and has daytime tours for younger attendees as more frightening tours in the evening for adults.
The Whaley House: According to the Travel Channel’s America’s Most Haunted, the house is the number one most haunted house in the United States. The alleged hauntings of the Whaley House have been reported on numerous other television programs and been written up in countless publications and books since the house first opened as a museum in 1960.
Haunted San Diego Tours: Board the Ghost Bus to haunted San Diego museums. At each haunted site, the crew will bring the scary tales to life.
Ghostly Tours in History: On this ghost tour we travel to 5 or 6 locations each tour night in San Diego, boarding the limousine in Old Town, we go aboard a tall ship, slip inside one of the oldest buildings in Gaslamp, see a Victorian Mansion or perhaps a romantic and haunted hotel and of course a graveyard or two. Rated PG-13.
Ghost Tour: Ghost Tour given by a real ghost hunter. Walking tour around historic Old Town. The tour is based on my paranormal experiences within the past six years. Your tour lasts about 1.5 hours and starts at 9 and 11p.m.
Taken from SDCVB