Boney Island at Natural History Museum Los Angeles is an interactive Halloween light-up experience, taking place SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 31, 2023.
$25 per person; $20 for Members
Thursday–Sunday, plus October 30 and 31
Entry Times: 6–8 pm and 8–10 pm
Event hours may vary by date
Get ready for a bonechilling adventure like no other! This Halloween season, join us for Boney Island, an interactive lightup experience at the Natural History Museum. On select dates beginning September 28 through Halloween, NHM’s Nature Gardens transform into an illuminated wonderland of fun and frights. Explore ghoulishly glowing exhibits, fascinating creatures of the night and prehistoric past, and lots of thrilling surprises!
NATURE GARDENS TRANSFORMED
Festively fiendish animals celebrating Halloween in the Deadwood Forest
Talking and singing plants in the Hauntington Gardens
Prehistoric creatures in the Prime Evil Pass
Haunted Hallowe’en Light Trail
Haunted-mansion cauldron water show
*Magic Theater performances, surprise demonstrations from NHM’s Live Animals team, Museum Collection showcases, and more!
Plus, Food trucks, Hot chocolate and cider bar, Family-friendly photo ops, and Limited edition Boney Island merchandise.
* Schedule of performances, demonstrations, and showcases vary by night and are subject to change.
ABOUT BONEY ISLAND
Boney Island was created by The Simpsons producer, Rick Polizzi, for his family more than 20 years ago. A play on Brooklyn’s iconic Coney Island, it grew from a front yard display to a huge affair in Griffith Park with a cultlike following of Halloween lovers of all ages. The attraction closed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, after a three-year hiatus, NHM is excited to partner with Boney Island to bring back the crowdpleasing event.
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