Nights of the Jack | King Gillette Ranch Calabasas!
When we visit our family in Los Angeles, we are mostly traveling together. We explore many places that are hardly known to tourists and where mostly locals with their children are to be found. ie Nights Of The Jack auf der King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas. For example, we recently visited the Nights Of The Jack at the King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas.
Incidentally, this place was chosen for this event due to its historical past with pumpkins.
A legend about the name Calabasas says that in 1824 a rancher from Oxnard spilled a truckload of pumpkins on the way to Los Angeles . Some time later, hundreds of pumpkin seedlings drifted out of the earth beside the road. Therefore, the area was called Las Calabasas (spanish pumpkins).
erwarten würde, und waren sehr gespannt! We did not know what to expect at the King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas and we were very excited!
Along the approximately 800-meter long path over the extensive grounds of the farm are thousands of elaborately hand-carved and illuminated pumpkins. Various themes are taken up, such as dinosaurs with a giant T Rex or the underwater world with sharks and turtles. These two super-designed areas really thrilled our little grandson Noah.
Later we went to Spongebob, the winter wonder pumpkin country and much more.
The theme of love is very impressive with famous couples such as Harry and Meghan or Will Smith.
Also the Halloween classics like Dracula, Freddy Krüger and others are of course dedicated to a section.
Of course, the popular Hollywood stars, including Harrison Ford, Marilyn Monroe and Denzel Washington should not be missed!
Little girls can marvel at their beloved Disney princesses in a castle, and an exhibition is dedicated to fashion.
ist ein unvergleichliches Erlebnis mit Tausenden geschnitzter Kürbissen, die auf dem Gelände der King Gillette Ranch zu sehen sind. Nights Of The Jack is an unparalleled experience with thousands of carved pumpkins displayed on the grounds of the King Gillette Ranch. Visitors of all ages have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a fantastic Halloween paradise.
The pumpkin carvings were all very impressive and were combined with thematic music at each section.
There is a pumpkin carver that you can watch at work and a souvenir shop. Food Trucks take care of your physical well-being, and The Spookeasy Bar serves delicious Halloween cocktails.
26800 Mulholland Hwy, Calabasas, CA 91302.
The Nights Of The Jack at the King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas are open daily from
October 3 to November 4 from 18 am to 11 pm.
Children from 3 to 12 pay $ 22, adults $ 27 and infants up to age 3 are free.