Eye on L.A. gets spooky with the best Halloween-themed spots in the city

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It's Halloween time in Los Angeles, and that means it's time for jack-o'-lanterns, creepy costumes and celebrations like no other. (KABC)

It's Halloween time in Los Angeles, and that means it's time for jack-o'-lanterns, creepy costumes and celebrations like no other. So whether you're looking for a little family fun or a zombie apocalypse adventure, we've found the perfect Halloween experience for you.

RISE OF THE JACK-O'-LANTERNS
It's the Rise of the jack-o'-lanterns and this year, they've added a second location at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia in addition to Descanso Gardens in La Canada. This one-third mile trail is lined with over 5,000 incredibly hand carved jack-o'-lanterns. Get your tickets now!
http://www.therise.org/

SPOOKY SPOTS
Here are a couple of spooky Halloween photo-op locations that are bound to help you rack up those Instagram likes. The isolated Bronson Cave in Griffith Park, the quirky Witch's House in Beverly Hills, and the medieval El Bordello Alexandra Apartments in Venice are the selfie gold you've been looking for this Halloween.

Bronson Cave: 3200 Canyon Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068
The Witch's House: 516 Walden Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
El Bordello Alexandra Apartments: 20 Westminster Ave, Venice, CA 90291

CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ABNORMAL ARTS BAR (CIA)
At the California Institute of Abnormal Arts (CIA) Bar it's Halloween year-round. You can rock out to punk-rock costume bands, or for some real creepy fun, take a tour of the museum with Carl, the Barnum of Burbank Boulevard.
11334 Burbank Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601
(818) 221-8065

COSTUME SHOPS
Halloween is all about the costumes so you might want to check out the wizardry items at Whimsic Alley, or put together a getup like a creature from out of this world at The Time Travel Mart.
http://www.whimsicalleyla.com/8794/contact
http://www.timetravelmart.com/

THE URBAN PET
Don't leave your pet out of all the Halloween fun. The Urban Pet has the perfect costume for your furry friend. They can be an escaped prisoner, a mermaid, or even Frankenhound, and they're also hosting a Halloween Carnival this season where you can show off your pup's new digs.
Location and details here: http://www.theurbanpet.net/

DAPPER CADAVER
Dapper Cadaver in Sun Valley is a prop shop that specializes in all things creepy! You've likely seen their work in numerous film and TV productions such as "X-Men: Days of Future Past," "Jurassic World," and "American Horror Story." Lucky for us, Dapper Cadaver isn't exclusive to the movie industry! If you're looking to spook up your Halloween festivities, a visit to Dapper Cadaver is a must!
http://www.dappercadaver.com/

CIRQUE KURIOS
Cirque du Soleil's highly inventive show, "Kurios Cabinet of Curiosities," is now running at the Orange County Fair and Event center. Created for the 30th anniversary of Cirque du Soleil, this show is inspired by the industrial revolution and steampunk era and features captivating performances, unique characters and retro, yet futuristic costumes.
Purchase tickets at https://www.cirquedusoleil.com/kurios

CARRIE THE MUSICAL
Stephen King's "Carrie" comes to life in this interactive musical where the audience is a part of the action. Experience the thrilling Broadway-style musical, pig's blood and all, at the historic Los Angeles Theatre.
http://www.experiencecarrie.com/

HALLOWEEN PARTIES
Head over to Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Oct. 24 for the 16th Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival.
http://www.ladayofthedead.com/

The Federal Bar is hosting the Noho Monster Bash full of surprise performances.
http://nh.thefederalbar.com/calendar/?event_id=6173745

And Disneyland has the perfect Halloween celebration for the whole family with special themed rides running until Nov. 1!
https://disneyland.disney.go.com/

PAN DE MUERTO
Reyna's Bakery is serving up something delicious for the season, Day of the Dead bread. Pan de Muerto is a Mexican tradition to honor loved ones who have passed. With pieces that look like bones on top and a sweet, fluffy inside, it's a perfect addition to the altar on the Day of the Dead.
3210 Gage Ave., Huntington Park, CA 90255
(323)588-8919

GRAVITY HILL
Wanna spook your friends this Halloween? Drive to Gravity Hill in Altadena, a remote stretch of road across from a rock quarry on Loma Alta Drive that seemingly has special powers. Throw your car in neutral and watch it roll backward...uphill!
Loma Alta Drive, Altadena, CA 91001

PANIC MOUNTAIN
Pali Mountain is under attack by zombies and you have to save the day in this overnight, immersive experience at Panic Mountain. Complete with panic rooms, obstacle courses and mazes, this unique experience is bound to get your adrenaline going.
http://panicmountain.com/

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