Halloween at Florida theme parks

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Halloween Spooktacular at SeaWorld Orlando

Halloween is back with candy, costumes, everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends, and plenty of spooky surprises. Guests are invited to treat their families to all the festive fun of SeaWorld Spooktacular this fall. Kids of all ages love trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore the decorated candy trail and meet all sorts of colorful characters. And that’s just the beginning! From spooky stories to a Halloween dance party and more, this is immersive family fun you’ll only find at SeaWorld Orlando. SeaWorld Spooktacular runs weekends now through Oct. 31 and is included with park admission.


Busch Gardens: Sesame Street Kids Weekend

Kids of all ages can enjoy this Halloween season with an expanded trick-or-treat Candy Trail and festive furry friends at Sesame Street Kids’ Weekends at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. This family-friendly event takes place every weekend in October in the Sesame Street Safari of Fun area and is free with park admission.

Sesame Street Kids’ Weekends features more trick-or-treat stations than ever, a limited-time Sesame Street Halloween Show, festive character meet-and-greets and Halloween Dance Parties. Plus, kids can play and climb with the return of Elmo’s Treehouse Trek climbing area and enjoy pin trading. Saturdays and Sundays Oct. 1 – 31.


Magic Kingdom Park

From now to Oct. 31, the fall season is in full swing on Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista. This fall brings colorful, whimsical décor and a new Halloween-themed event, “Disney After Hours Boo Bash.” The specially ticketed, after-hours event will feature special character cavalcades, trick-or-treating, spooky food and drinks and more. And, as part of “The World’s Most Magical Celebration” that gets underway Oct. 1 on the Walt Disney World Resort’s 50th Anniversary, the festive pumpkin decorations will receive a magical transformation inspired by the enchanting story of Cinderella. (David Roark, photographer)


Legoland Brick or Treat

Legoland Florida Resort is bringing back the spooky, kooky fun of Brick or Treat on Saturdays and Sundays in October. Brick or Treat activities include trick or treating around the Theme Park complete with frightfully fun character interactions, larger-than-afterlife Lego builds and meet-and-greet opportunities with ghoulish Lego characters making appearances on event dates only. Guests can enjoy one-of-a-kind live shows, special decorations throughout the park and take a bite out of a variety of Halloween-themed snacks. All Brick or Treat activities are included with theme park general admission and select annual passes.


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