LOS ANGELES -- "Happy Halloween LA" is a newly created hour-long drive-through experience taking you on a journey through a playground of Day of the Dead skeletons, dinosaurs, carnival-themed magic, and much more.
With safety precautions in place due to the pandemic, the family-friendly event is located at Bicentennial Park in Pico Rivera.
"I think it's awesome. My favorite part is probably gonna be the carnival cause it's like a funhouse," said Jaslyn Cao from Aliso Viejo, California.
This drive-thru experience offers families a way to enjoy the holiday since trick-or-treating in most cities is on hold this year.
"They're out the sunroofs, they're out the windows, they're waving, they're in awe but nobody gets out of their vehicles," said Eric Elkaim, the creator of Happy Halloween LA.
"The kids are loving it. We get to spend time together as a family," said Shawn Cao from Aliso Viejo, California.
"It's amazing because now we're not going trick or treating, we're not planning to, but this is our trick or treating," said Abby Solis from Tarzana, California.
Happy Halloween LA runs through Nov. 1st. Tickets are available now.
"Happy Halloween LA" offers fun drive-thru experience for families
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