With so many Halloween-themed attractions, I found Creep LA to be particularly appealing because of its interactivity.
The approximately hour-long experience takes place in a real-life haunted warehouse built in 1904 in Downtown L.A.‘s Arts District. Groups of six roam through mazes, pitch black hallways and dark, compacted rooms, where they are accosted by creepy characters and shaken up with loud shrieks heard all throughout the space. Bloody Mary and Hide-N-Seek games are the norm during these nights of fright.
The attraction launched on Oct. 2, with a VIP party located inside a separate warehouse right next door to the main event, for haunted house-goers like myself to sip on beer and cocktails while awaiting our frightening fate. Celebrity guests, including Joey Fatone and Brittany Snow were among the first to take a stroll through the terrifying area.
Tickets to Creep LA are $20 each, and available through Halloween between the days of Thurs-Sun. Don’t snooze and miss the terrifying boos!