Grimwood Hollow

Grimwood Hollow Burbank Yard Haunts 2018

Grimwood Hollow

Hollywood Gothique Says:

Words don’t fully do justice to Grimwood Hollow, where lanterns, candles, gravestones, jack o’lanterns, skeletal figures, and spiderwebs intertwine to create a Halloween wonderland, enhanced with beautifully atmospheric lighting.

618 N Sparks Street, Burbank
facebook.com/GrimwoodHollow

2021 Update: Grimwood Hollow returns after going dark during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic. This year features a new immersive version of their yard display, modified to protect audiences from infection. The front yard has been abandoned in favor of a scaled-down backyard presentation, with a reservation system to control crowd size. Masks are required.

Dates & Hours: October 23 • 7:00-10:00pm; October 24 • 6:30-9:30pm October 28 • 6:30-9:30pm; October 29 • 7:00-10:00pm. Reservations are in one-hour increments, with many slots already filled. Get yours at grimwoodhollow.com.


Grimwood Hollow History

After relocating from Pasadena, where it was last seen in 2016 as “Wicked Vines,” Grimwood Hollow injected new life into the Burbank yard haunt community – as if there weren’t enough already! Created by the man behind The Haunted Vineyard (an excellent pro haunt that went dark several years ago), Grimwood Hollow uses every trick possible to provide a spooky fairy tale display, filled with webs, pumpkins, a witch with her cauldron, skeletons, neatly designed tombstones, and a guest appearance from the Fillmore Graves Truck!