San Francisco October 23, 2017
10 Spooktacular Ways To Celebrate Halloween Around San Francisco This Year
Halloween is coming up, so get ready for some fun and spooky things to do. Best of all, the San Francisco Bay area is chock full of awesome things to do for Halloween. Check out these things to do for Halloween in the Bay area.
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1. Alcatraz Halloween Stay: San Francisco Dungeon/Alcatraz
2. The Great Pumpkin Fest: California’s Great America, Santa Clara
The Great Pumpkin Fest at California’s Great America is a delight and a true and epic Halloween celebration in the South Bay. This is a theme park is targeting teens, young adults and adults or anyone who can handle getting spooked and scared. Boo!
3. SuperNatural Halloween: California Academy of Sciences, Golden Gate Park
This Halloween event at the California Academy of Sciences takes place on Saturday, October 28. Trick or treat at the Academy among animals and haunting specimens too. Check out the
California Academy of Sciences site
for more information.
4. Haunted Haight Walking Tour: Haight Ashbury, San Francisco
The Haunted Haight Walking Tour is an award winning San Francisco ghost tour that is ideal for Halloween.. The tour is an evening walk through the infamous and popular Haight-Ashbury district featuring haunted and creepy points of interest. Call 415-863-1416 for more information about this tour.
5. San Francisco Dungeon: 145 Jefferson Street, 94133
An ideal spot for Halloween. The SF Dungeon features the stories of old San Francisco, the dungeon has a full theatrical cast and storytelling in 360-degree sets. This is a creepy and fun place for any Halloween celebration.
6. Monster Bash & Haunted Hornet: USS Hornet, Alameda
The USS Hornet will be a fun place for Halloween because the USS Hornet will be transformed into a haunted ship. Expect spooky entertainment and festive music. The Monster bash event takes place on October 28, so check with the USS Hornet site for more information or call (510) 521-8448.
7. Clancy's Pumpkin Patch: 1620 7th Ave, San Francisco
Come to Clancy's Pumpkin Patch in the Inner Sunset for a classic city spot first opened for pumpkins, Halloween prep, and wander through a hay maze. This is the ideal Halloween activity!
8. The Secret Alley: 180 Capp Street, San Francisco
The Secret Alley is an artist workshop space and office built inside of a second-floor building in the Mission. This is a secret spot with surprises and lots of oddities. Call (415) 553-8944 for more information.
9. Magowan’s Infinite Mirror Maze: Pier 39, San Francisco
There is no better time for optical illusions than on Halloween. Established in 2009, the mirror maze is an entertaining attraction for visitors of all ages. This is surefire fun for this halloween and a little bit spooky.
10. Children's Creativity Museum: 221 4th Street, San Francisco
Children's Creativity Museum is holding a Halloween celebration on October 29. The Halloween Hoopla features interactive performances and games for kids under 10 and and live music, and most importantly a Halloween Costume Parade. Call (415) 820-3320 for more information about this event.
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