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This Halloween in Los Gatos, there are plenty of creepy and downright scary things to do to get you into the Halloween spirit.
This fully interactive experience and totally creepy experience is great for kids of all ages. Now through October 28th and on October 31st during Halloween Day, Goblyns Glen will take place at Los Gatos Oak Meadow Park. This event includes train rides with Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad and a carousel ride to your favorite Halloween music. Ticket prices range from $10 for general admission to $35 for an unlimited pass.
One half hour after Goblyns Glen has said goodnight to its last child, Shadow Hills’ mansion will open its doors for those brave enough to enter from 9:30-11:00 pm, now through October 28th and on Halloween night. Featuring all new effects and terrifying scares, Shadow Hills is not recommended for children (or the faint of heart). Passes range from $13 for general admission to $22 for the unlimited pass.
Howl for Halloween in Los Gatos
The town of the Cats will go to the dogs on October 29th on North Santa Cruz Avenue. During Howl for Halloween, both people and pooches will head over to downtown Los Gatos for a wagging good time at this Halloween themed dog event. Bring your pup (in costume, of course) or just join in and watch the fun. Shops downtown will offer dog treats and many of the best restaurants are dog friendly.
Carnevil Halloween Party
On Saturday, October 27th, stop by the Los Gatos Lodge for ‘A Party to Die For…’ the party starts at 9:00 and runs until 2:00 am. This epic Halloween party features three private rooms and a tented patio with carnival games, beer pong, and live music including The Johnny Neri Band & DJ Yoni Wunderman. Tickets are $30 at the door.
For more information about upcoming Los Gatos events or to plan your next vacation, visit http://tollhousehotel.com.