The 13 Best Bay Area Haunted Houses, Pumpkin Spots, and Halloween What's Not for 2022

The 13 Best Bay Area Haunted Houses, Pumpkin Spots, and Halloween What’s Not for 2022

Submitted for your approval… 13 Spooky Halloween Weekend San Francisco attractions and the grave behind them for haunted houses, demonic drag queens, spooky nights, and family-friendly pumpkin spirits.

It’s Halloween season in the Gulf region Hell We. A bloody feast of Halloween events gathers in San Francisco and the Bay Area for the upcoming Halloween weekend, starting this weekend (October 21-23), and running through next weekend (October 28-30).

A host of Halloween parties, haunted houses, and kid-friendly pumpkin patch events loom over the coming weekend. lets see What is on the board? Both weekends on Halloween.

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jesus peach listening

On (high) heels from previous several Peach Christ terror vault spooktaculars Halloween, the famous local queen is dragging your soul back into a terrifying abyss summoning. This year’s incarnation features spirits and demons sessions and the “severed head of an immoral vampire queen”, as well as a vampire-themed bar called Fang Bang to keep you entertained.

San Francisco Mint, 88 Fifth Street, Wednesday through Sunday through November 5; $55 – $75 USD, Tickets here

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Winchester House of Mystery Relaxed: The Nightshade Curse

The madness continues year-round at the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, but for the season of Halloween, they’re building on the home’s spine-chilling legacy with Unhinged: The Curse of the Eggplant. This Halloween Haunt promises “an evening at a mobile carnival where food, drinks, and roaming entertainment side shows await,” and Madame Nightshade’s Spirit Carnival outdoor element features designs Baron Scott Levkovwhose work you may recognize Boisia Café The SoMa arcade Thriller Social Club.

525 South Winchester Boulevard, San Jose, Thursday and Sunday Plus Monday, October 31, $64.99 – $79.99, Tickets here

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Maihem Palace of the House of Has Liliental

The 11,500-square-foot Haas-Lilienthal House on Nob Hill may be the dreaded SF sister of the Winchester Mystery House, as the city’s only intact Victorian house museum. “Mayhem Palace will lead guests through the dimly lit halls of Haas-Lilienthal House, built in 1886,” according to SF Heritage. “This is a unique way to experience this historic property, with surprises and fear waiting for you in dark corners and behind closed doors.”

Haas-Lilienthal House, 2007 Franklin Street, October 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 7-11 p.m. $17-$30, Tickets here

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Pumpkin patch of clan

Things are going “Boo!” near the San Francisco Zoo (and on the site of Clancy’s Avenue and other Luton Street), as vulnerable Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch Come back as a go-to family shopping for Jack or Fantern. Great creative seasonal shows and hay rides are also available.

2101 Sloat Blvd. San Francisco (September 24 – October 31), 1620 7th Ave. (September 28-October 31), 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, free

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90 minutes Walking Tour of SF Ghost Hunt It will creep you around the city on foot to the city’s most historically spooky places in Pacific Heights, Union Square, and Fisherman’s Wharf, learning about San Francisco’s ‘strange past’ and allegedly haunted places, with ‘exciting stories based on documented research’.

Starts at 1801 Bush Street, Tuesdays and Sundays plus Monday, October 31, 7 p.m., $29.99, Tickets here

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Fear of overload screaming Park

If you have “watched” any horror movies in recent years, many of the most terrifying moments in the world will be referred to Park fear of overloadwith “two incredibly exciting self-guided walkthroughs with cool group designs and special effects.”

2086 New Park Mall, Newark, CA, night through October 31, $23.99 – $38.99, Tickets here

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Pumpkin Keeper Patch

Well, so things might not be particularly terrifying in Fort Mason Patch Gardisman Pumpkinbut you can get some spooky craft cocktails and fancy food truck deals, and the family-oriented pumpkin patch is good for at-risk youths.

2 Marina Street, Mon-Thurs: 3pm – 9pm, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 9am – 10pm, free

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HAUNT SF GHOST TOUR

It’s real ghost hunting at its best Haunt SF Ghost Tourwhere you will be provided with an EMF meter and “ghost hunting tools to look for paranormal activity,” and your guide will “explain the types of ghosts and ghosts we encounter in San Francisco.”

Meets Near the Transamerica Pyramid, Every Night at Different Times, $49 – $55, Tickets here

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Have you heard that Valencia Street Restaurant and Cocktail Spot koryo he is Haunted by the ghost of a little girl? You might have, because they just did it I went to the media with her. And on the Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays before Halloween (October 28-30) “they will host a Halloween weekend complete with spooky decor, live shows, a costume contest with prizes and special food and drink specials:”

775 Valencia Street, Friday, October 28, event 7 – 10 pm, Saturday, October 29, events 12 – 4 pm and 7 – 10 pm, Sunday, October 30 event 12 – 4 pm

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“Waiter, there’s a ghost in a cocktail!” This is something you’re likely to hear at the Civic Center Cocktail Bar Madrigalwhich “turns into MadriGHOUL on the Friday and Saturday before Halloween, complete with fog machines, spooky vines, carved pumpkins, hanging ghouls and a SHOCKtail menu prepared by Madrigal bartender Mike McCardle.”

100 Van Ness Street, Tues – Sat, 5 p.m. – midnight

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Grangelow Museum in the rabbit hole

Balboa Terrace Grygangelo Museum It calls itself “San Francisco’s Weirdest and Weirdest Home,” and hosts theater tours that extend throughout the year. Halloween show is in the rabbit holea 90-minute program that runs in the late afternoon and early evening, and tickets are sold to groups of five.

225 San Leandro Rd, Thursday-Saturday, 3pm and 5pm, $75 for 5 guests, Tickets here

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Six Flags DISCOVER THE KINGDOM FRIGHT FEST

Vallejo is especially rocking this time of year, when Six Flags Discovery Kingdom adds its own Fear Festivalwhich includes haunted attractions and spooky areas like “CarnEvil “Fresh Meat” in addition to its regular rides.

1001 Fairgrounds Dr, Vallejo, CA 94589, Thursday through Sunday, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., starting at $45, Tickets here

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Great America Tricks and Wizards

There is a more child-friendly iteration of the concept of Santa Clara’s “haunted amusement park” Great America for Tricks and Candy. As the park describes, “The Land of Tricks offers two worlds that are all slimy, sinister, and weird: Eckville Towers and Spooky Towers,” while “The Land of Sweets includes two unique festive areas: Everfull and Sweet Tooth Acres.”

4701 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, Fri, Oct 21, Sat Oct 22, Fri – Sun Oct 28-30, Tickets here

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Top photo: Winchester Mystery House through Facebook

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