4 Ways to Get Your Halloween Chills & Thrills

Fright Farms
There’s something lurking in the shadows at Fright Farms, an immersive drive-through experience for guests ages 13 years and older. Nightly 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., Oct. 26–Nov. 29, at SilverLakes in Norco. Ticketed reservations for $75 per vehicle must be made in advance at www.frightfarms.com

Not So Spooky Farm
The all-ages Not So Spooky Farm runs alongside Fright Farms at SilverLakes in Norco. This less scary drive-through experience includes treasure temples, candy cannibal safaris, prehistoric parties, hedge mazes, cornfields and princess towers. Daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Oct. 26–Nov. 29. Ticketed reservations for $65 per vehicle must be made in advance. www.frightfarms.com​ 

Urban Legends Haunt
Urban Legends Haunt at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa is a drive-through scare event with live performances, immersive show zones, special effects and “jump scares” (done in accordance with Covid-19 social distancing restrictions). The haunt is open now through Nov. 1. Advance tickets required; prices vary. www.urbanlegendshaunt.com

Halloween at Southern California Railway Museum
Southern California Railway Museum in Perris will be open for regular operations on Oct. 31. For Halloween, the museum will be featuring family-friendly decorations on its trains and trolleys and Halloween-themed music on the mainline train rides. Other activities include a Halloween-themed Photo Scavenger Hunt and a Chalk Art Contest. www.socalrailway.org

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