What better place to celebrate Halloween than in Orlando? While Transylvania probably puts on a good time, Orlando, Florida is not to be reckoned with. Neighborhoods are decked out in the coolest Halloween décor! From not-so-scary pumpkins and friendly ghosts to haunting ghouls and goblins climbing on the outside of homes, enjoy the sights.
SeaWorld’s Spooktacular starts September 18th through October 31st giving us all the feels of the sea and Halloween combined. Have fun tricking or treating as well as enjoying the dance party with your favorite characters. Could you imagine dancing the night away with Cookie Monster?!
Want an adult-only outing? Baldwin Park hosts the Halloween Spirit Stroll Friday, October 29th at 7:00 p.m. You must be 21 or over and have a valid I.D. which is required for registration. Drinks and appetizers are available from participating restaurants and merchants.
Screams and Streams Haunted Drive at Oviedo Mall lets you experience Halloween from the car. Talk about COVID safe! Gather your friends and family and use your lasers to shoot zombies and clowns as you try to survive your drive-through ‘Station 5.’ Cost is per carload and not per person!
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal never disappoints! Be forewarned, the jump scares are crazy! Universal really goes over the top with haunted houses, scare zones, entertainment, and rides.
“You can also face nightmarish creatures on streets twisted into sinister scare zones, lose yourself in outrageous live entertainment filled with diabolical surprises, and escape to some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exhilarating attractions. This year’s event marks the return of Jack the Clown as well, spreading chaos and lunging from the shadows where you least expect. Nobody living or dead is responsible for more laughter, screams, and maniacal madness over the past 30 years than Jack. So, heed this warning if you plan to dare the terrors of Halloween Horror Nights: Never go alone!”
You can also take an easy drive to Mt. Dora and go through the Halloween Maze happening on October 30th from 6-10p.m.
Feel free to head over to Casselberry with your favorite fur baby for the Howl-O-Ween Dog Walkathon and Canine Costume Competition. Yes, even the fur babies can get in on the Halloween action!
“All proceeds benefit Franklin’s Friends – an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to support Central Florida animal welfare by fundraising for local nonprofit and government agencies that are dedicated to Shelter/Rescue, Spay/Neuter, and Community education projects.
East Seminole County VWF Post 10139 presents their Special Needs Halloween Party. Enjoy a costume contest, trick or treating, games, food, and the tickets are free!
As you can see, Orlando and surrounding areas have a lot to offer. Wherever you choose to spend your Halloween, enjoy your tricks and indulge in the treats!