Thinking about spending this Halloween in San Francisco? Check out a few of these festive attractions to get you in the holiday spirit.
A partir de passeios e festas para eventos especiais para famílias, há algo para todos nesta lista.
Keep in mind that some events may require advance reservations; research the attractions you are interested in to see if you’ll need to purchase tickets before you go.
All of these attractions are great for families with kids, but exercise caution when it comes to the spooky stuff and small children.
Fright Fest at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
If you visit during the day, Fright Fest is a gently spooky excursion for the little ones, filled with cookie-decorating, Twik or Tweating, and all their favorites rides and other attractions.
If you come around at night, however, you best beware. Everything is turned upside down through deliciously terrifying scare zones, wandering monsters, delightfully themed entertainment, and the creepiest haunted mazes you could imagine.
Getting In: Admission to Fright Fest at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is separately ticketed and is not include with the Go San Francisco® Card. For more information about this event and to purchase tickets, please visit the event website.
General admission to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is included with the Go San Francisco® Card.
O San Francisco Masmorra
If you want to see something truly spooky and horrible this October, head to the San Francisco Dungeon, where the weird and wild of San Francisco’s history come out to play in force.
Wander through several lively exhibits with costumed actors, enjoy amazing recreated historic sites, and be more than a little scared by some of the horrific things going on in these recreations.
Como entrar: San Francisco Dungeon tickets are included with the Go San Francisco® Card.
SuperNatural Halloween at California Academy of Sciences
This festive family event sees the California Academy of Sciences transformed into a spooky scientific dreamland.
A partir das atividades tradicionais, como escultura de abóbora e trick-or-treating a surpresas extras, como pintura de rosto e shows de mágica, este evento tem tudo o que faz especial de Halloween.
Os cientistas também estarão na mão para demonstrar "assustador" fenômeno científico e estimular o elemento educacional do evento. É obrigado a ser um grande momento para toda a família!
Getting In: Admission to SuperNatural Halloween is separately ticketed and is not included with the Go San Francisco Card. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit the event website.
General admission to the California Academy of Sciences is included with the Go San Francisco Card.
Halloween Haunt at California’s Great America
Come visit California’s Great America during this truly spooky season of terrors and frights.
There’s so much to enjoy (and be terrified by!) at this attraction, you won’t know what to do first.
Wander through nine mazes and spooky attractions, stumble through three horrifying scare zones, enjoy four live shows, and have a blast on dozens of delightful rides.
Getting In: Admission to Halloween Haunt is only $26 for Go San Francisco Card or Explorer Pass customers. General admission to California’s Great America is included with the Go San Francisco® Card.
The Great Pumpkin Fest at California’s Great America
This is one for the younger kids at California’s Great America. See Planet Snoopy transformed into the gentle Planet Spooky, where kids 12 and under can trick-or-treat with the whole PEANUTs gang in costume.
Various activities include a fun hay maze, creative pumpkin decorating, a play-in-able pumpkin patch, and the chance to watch talented pumpkin-carvers practice their craft.
A daytime event, this is great for really little ones who aren’t ready for after dark scares.
Planet Snoopy is transformed into Planet Spooky where kids 12 & under can show off their costumes as they trick-or-treat along with Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the PEANUTS friends.
Getting In: Admission to The Great Pumpkin Fest is only $26 for Go San Francisco Card or Explorer Pass customers.
Monster Bash & Haunted Hornet
Visite esta transportadora histórico aeronaves em circunstâncias especiais - como um convidado na sua festança anual do monstro!
The USS Hornet will be transformed into a haunted ship, filled with spooky entertainment and festive music. Take the “Haunted Sick Bay” tour and explore some of the creepier areas of this iconic vessel.
Vêm em traje a ser celebrado um concurso de fantasias do divertimento com uma $ 500 prêmio em dinheiro! Haverá também um dedicado Zona infantil com um mágico festivo e um concurso de fantasias só para crianças.
Getting In: Admission the Monster Bash and Haunted Hornet is separately ticketed and is not included with the Go San Francisco Card. For more information about this event and to purchase tickets, please visit the attraction website.
If you’re interested in visiting the USS Hornet on non-spooky times, you can visit the Go San Francisco Card.
Children’s Creativity Museum
The 15th annual Halloween Hoopla at the Children’s Creativity Museum, this popular family event is ideal for kids 10 and under.
Filled with interactive performances, festive displays, and seasonal crafts, the Hoopla is a great way to spend an educational and fun afternoon in the beautiful Yerba Buena Gardens.
Todo mundo vai desfrutar de dança, palhaços engraçados, leituras da palma, e até mesmo atividades mais festivas. As crianças podem até mesmo criar seus próprios sacos da doçura ou travessura!
Getting In: Admission to the Halloween Hoopla is free.
Downtown San Francisco
San Francisco tem muito a história, e certamente tem os fantasmas para provar isso! Há uma grande variedade de excursões do fantasma para você escolher a partir desta temporada de férias, cada um dos quais capta algo único sobre acontecimentos assombrados da Bay Area.
Leva um passeio noturno de Alcatraz e visitar um dos lugares mais feéricos na América em um momento particularmente assustador de dia!
Ou, opte por um fantasma Tour Chinatown para uma dose da cultura chinesa e da mitologia que permeia a cultura moderna de São Francisco.
One of our favorites is the “Haunted Haight” tour, featuring all the spooky supernatural things of the Haight-Ashbury arts district.
Getting In: Haunted San Francisco tours are separately ticketed and are not included with the Go San Francisco Card. For more information about each tour and to purchase tickets, visit the individual tour company sites.
Spooktacular Halloween Party
Japantown Peace Plaza
Este, evento kid-centric livre ocorre em uma das mais encantadoras praças públicas de São Francisco.
Kids will be able to enjoy trick-or-treating, festive crafts, and seasonal games, in addition to Halloween décor and artistic displays.
The carnival-like atmosphere continues with additional offerings like a bouncy house, temporary tattoos, and even seasonal face painting. Come in costume!
Getting In: Admission to the Spooktacular Halloween Party is free.
Pumpkin Patch de Clancy
1620 7th Ave.
Você é um local à procura de um lugar conveniente para pegar algumas abóboras, ou um visitante tentando comemorar o feriado em uma nova cidade?
De qualquer maneira, Pumpkin Patch de Clancy deve ser o seu go-to parar para todas as coisas abóbora relacionado.
Choose from a wide variety of pumpkins – including some rare varieties not found elsewhere.
Vá em um hayride através de San Francisco, ou explorar um labirinto de feno. Você pode até marcar algumas cabaças, milho e maçã cidra.
Getting In: Admission to Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch is free.
So there you have it. Our list of some festive and spooky things to do for Halloween in San Francisco this year.
Remember, a number of these options are available on the Go San Francisco Card, where you can save up to 55% on combined admission vs paying at the gate.
Please note, the Halloween events taking place at some of these attractions may be separately ticketed and not included with the Go San Francisco Card.
Consider adding a few of these fun options to your mid fall getaway itinerary.