With autumn already upon us and people beginning to talk about Halloween, it got us thinking about what goes on in the theme parks of Florida. We all know Americans pull out all the stops when it comes to Halloween, so what better place to go trick-or-treating than Florida?
Universal Orlando – Halloween Horror Nights
Universal are celebrating Halloween Horror Nights 26th birthday this year, which means they will be bringing even more scary films to life! With America Horror Story taking centre stage, don’t be surprised if you end up taking part in any of his twisted games. On selected nights from the 16th September until the 5th November the streets of Universal Studios will come alive with horrifying monsters and maniacs, but the question is do you dare head to Universal this Halloween?
Disney Magic Kingdom – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Put on your best fancy dress costume and head to the streets of Disney’s Magic Kingdom where a not-so-scary party will take place. Families can trick or treat their way around the park where all kinds of sweets and candies will await you. A Halloween parade will take place too, so it’s time to spot your favourite Disney characters dressed in disguise on top of various scary floats. But don’t worry because this spooktacular event is designed for little ones, so it’s more about fiendish fun than terrifying shocks. However, always be prepared, you may be in for some Halloween surprises.
Busch Gardens – Howl-O-Scream
Halloween in Busch Gardens looks a little chilling this year with not one but two haunted houses! As if that wasn’t enough, there’s the Circus of Superstition 3D that’s guaranteed to scare you senseless. Busch Gardens are famed for their Halloween antics, so if you’re looking for a thrilling night packed with ghastly ghouls and fear striking clowns, you’re definitely in the right place.
Seaworld Orlando – Halloween Spooktacular
Join Seaworld Orlando on selected dates throughout October for some silly spooky fun for the whole family. There is plenty on offer here from a party zone that comes alive with families dancing to scary sounds to spooktacular pathways leading to stalls full of candy. And, if you’re wondering where the sea creatures come in, guests can still meet they favourite marine life, or even better dine with Shamu with the parks Dine with Shamu Spooktacular Brunch.
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