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Buena Park, Calif. - There's no place like Boo-uena Park for the Halloween season, and new this year to kick off the spooktacular time, the City and Buena Park Historical Society present the Olde Tyme Fall Festival from 2:00-5:00 p.m. on September 30 at 6631 Beach Blvd.

The festival showcases the City's historical structures across the street from City Hall with tours of the historic Whitaker-Jaynes Estate, storytelling in the Bacon House and much more! Kids can create and take home fall-themed crafts, watch a thrilling magic show and play fun old-time games.

Take in the sounds of local entertainment and tastes of local food vendors, including tacos from Buena Park's newest neighbor, Poquito Mas. Halloween-themed vendors will also be onsite selling tricks and treats for the whole family.

Admission, magic show and crafts are free, while supplies last. Prices for vendors and food vary. General parking will be across Beach Blvd. in the City Hall parking lot, 6650 Beach Blvd., and handicap/disabled parking will be behind the First Congregational Church.

Bring the whole family for a spooktacular beginning to the Boo-uena Park season! For more information on the Olde Tyme Fall Festival please call (714) 562-3550. Go to to check out the list of all Halloween season happenings around Buena Park. Source: City of Buena Park