Halloween is almost here, and Orlando has a lot to offer! There is something for everyone. Here are seven great events going on around town,
1. Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Wear your costume and go trick-or-treating through Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom! This is one of Magic Kingdom’s most popular special events. You will be able to meet and greet Disney characters dressed in Halloween costumes, ride on the parks attractions, watch Mickey’s Halloween Parade, and end the night watching “HalloWishes,” a green and orange fireworks show featuring the Disney villains.
Here is the link to view more information on this event,
2. SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular
During this daytime event, children and families can trick-or-treat around the park, meet and greet with sea creatures, and create sea-themed arts and crafts. This event is included with SeaWorld Park Admission.
Click here to view SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular’s event website,
3. Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights 27
Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is not for the faint-hearted. Explore nine terrifying haunted houses, two live shows, and many of the parks rides and attractions. Watch out for the “scare zones”as you make your way around the park. Click here to learn more,http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com/orlando/
4. LEGOLAND Florida's Brick or Treat
LEGOLAND Florida celebrates Halloween with their Brick or Treat event. Trick-or-Treat through Legoland, meet and greet with LEGO Vampyre, LEGO Mummy and other spooky characters, explore unique LEGO build activities, and watch a themed fireworks show. Click here to view more,
5. Hallow Eye at I-Drive 360
From October 27-31, experience Hallow Eye. This is the final part of I-Drive 360’s 3 week long "Spooky Nights and Spider Frights," https://www.officialorlandoeye.com/spooky-nights-and-spider-frights/ . This event features trick or treating around I-Drive 360, a pumpkin decorating contest, music, dancing, and a Halloween movie night on the 29th. Each night over 64,000 LED lights will bring the Orlando Eye (the tallest observation wheel on the United States East Coast) to life in a kaleidoscopic ten-minute show synchronized to an iconic Halloween soundtrack.
6. Zoo Boo Bash
The Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens hosts the Zoo Boo Bash October 28-29, 2017. Kids are invited to wear costumes and stop at the trick-or-treat stations around the zoo. Other activities include children’s crafts, face painting, children’s hayride, costume contest, music time, and Halloween book readings. Click here for more information, http://www.centralfloridazoo.org/events
7. Enzian Theater's 13 Films of Halloween
On select nights in October, the Enzian Theater, http://enzian.org/, will present its annual "13 Films of Halloween." The theater's Eden Bar will also be selling their 13 Cocktails of Halloween, http://enzian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/13-Cocktails-of-Halloween-Menu-2017.pdf, named after the featured movies. Eden Bar will host its 10th annual Halloween Party on October 28th . Click here to learn more, http://enzian.org/film/halloween-party/ .
Have a Safe and Happy Halloween!
Katie Tedesco is a FULL-TIME REALTOR® with Watson Realty Corp.