#PSL season is finally upon us, and with our Los Angeles fall bucket list you can find tons of unique (and sometimes free) things to do, see, make, and eat all around LA. We’ve separated the list into three categories specific to fall, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. Check back because we will be adding more cool events and ideas in upcoming months.
Spend a Saturday getting lost at Big Horse Corn Maze.
Bath & Body Works – “Leaves” 3-Wick Candle
LAFCO – Pumpkin Pomander Candle
Veda – Keap Candle Wood Cabin
Update your home with fall scented candles. These are our are our favorites.
Stock up on cozy sweaters and update your autumn wardrobe by attending a sample sale. Check out Chicmi’s Calendar to see what labels and designers have events going on this season.
Don’t forget to checkout our Fall Shopping Guide!
Sample delicious beer at Oktoberfest in Lake Arrowhead, CA. (9.16 -10.29)
Spend a weekend at a cozy cabin in the woods.
Peter Thomas Roth – Pumpkin Enzyme Mask
Philosophy – Pumpkin Icing Shampoo, Shower Gel & Bubble Bath
Too Cool For School – 24k Gold Pumpkin Sheet Mask
Have a spa day with these pumpkin scented products.
Bake from scratch caramel apple cookies to eat and enjoy by the fire.
Make homemade fall potpourri with this simple recipe.
Dine at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood and try their roasted pumpkin topped pizza.
Make one (or all) of our favorite fall recipes.
Here’s a list of even more haunted houses that are worth a visit.
To old to trick-or-treat? Indulge like a grownup by stopping by Dylan’s Candy Bar and stocking up on Halloween candy.
Get your Halloween costume ready by shopping at one of LA’s famous costume stores, The Costume Shopee.
Here’s a list of easy, last minute costumes for when you’re running out of time.
Hear the tales of the dead; the notorious crimes that were committed in Los Angeles; and where these ghosts haunt by going on a creepy ghost tour. Our favorites are
- Dearly Departed: The Tragic History Tour of Los Angeles
- Haunted Tales of Downtown Los Angeles
- The Queen Mary: Haunted Encounters
Explore the all the rumored haunted places in LA:
- The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
- Colorado Street Bridge
- The Comedy Store
- The Queen Mary
- Griffith Park
- The Del Monte Speakeasy
- The Alexandria Hotel
- The Pico House
- The Hollywood Sign
- The Cecil Hotel which is now called Stay on Main
- The Silent Movie Theatre
- The Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Make your skin crawl by visiting Hollywood’s Museum of Death.
Spend October 31st on West Hollywood Boulevard, which happens to be the United States biggest Halloween bash.
Attend Labyrinth + Masquerade Ball inspired by David Bowie. (10.28)
Check out all of the Day of the Dead festivities going on in and around Los Angeles.
Ideas For a Festive Thanksgiving
Watch The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC. (11.23)
Buy fresh autumn flowers in the flower district to display in your home.
Eat the best pumpkin pie in the world from Urth Caffe.
Start your Holiday shopping by taking advantage of all the Black Friday deals.
Stay in and make a homemade dinner from scratch by following these recipes: