It’s the last weekend of October and Halloween is finally here. I know the kiddos, and probably parents too, are excited too. I hope everyone can go out and enjoy the Halloween events Orlando has to offer. Be safe, and also be sure to take lots of costume pictures.
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Plan for a night out! With food trucks, live entertainment, and fun packed front yard activities, your time with us can last as long as you like (but not past 11pm) Each one of our three trails is approximately a 15 minute long experience (depending on how fast you run…)
This year marks our 43rd Annual Haunted House!! In 1978, the ladies of the Sorosis Club came up with a fundraising idea that has grown into our Annual Haunted House. It was an instant hit for the residents in our community and they look forward to coming back every year.
The “Alligator Capital of the World™” is bringing back its popular Gators, Ghosts and Goblins™ Halloween event for a third year in a row of family fun and fright done right. The all-ages, daytime, family-friendly event at Gatorland® takes place weekends from Oct. 9 through 31, 2021.
Someone grab the fly swatter because gigantic bugs have invaded City Hall! The building’s walls are a canvas for a projection animated Halloween Light Show full of creepy crawlers and holiday icons.
Oct. 1 to Oct. 31, bring your little ballerina, pirate or princess out to ICON Park for a free ride on its signature attraction, The Wheel. ICON Park is offering complimentary tickets to The Wheel for kids 12 and under who are dressed up in costumes.
A Family Friendly walk through haunted show (ages 5+), not just your typical jump out and scream! We also offer free child care for the wee ones or those who are too frightened in our “chicken coop”.
Every Friday and Saturday night in October zombies invade Old Town with a performance of the Halloween classic, “Thriller.” Join us as no mere mortal can resist the evil of the Thriller. Performances are three times a night in front of the Old Town Main Stage.
October 3rd – November 1st Daily 10am to 6pm $5 Adult (Ages: 18+) $3 Kids (Ages: 3-17) Admission Free Parking Pumpkins: $1 per pound or pre-sized flat rate Pony Rides Sold at Event(Ages: 3-12) $5 per child Train Rides Sold at Event(Ages: 3-7) $5 per child NO Dogs or Personal Pets (Service animals only)
Scream n’ Stream, the drive-thru haunt attraction, returns this September, bringing new scares to a new location. The attraction, which debut at Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures last year, will take over Oviedo Mall this time around, with activities taking place select nights Sept. 17 through.
Spooky season in Lake Nona has arrived! Join us for another year of fun with the Boxi Park Pumpkin Patch! Pumpkins will be available for purchase by size. SpookNona Pumpkin Patch takes place at Boxi Park and has lots of family fun to offer such as live entertainment, outdoor laid back gathering with a changing…
One of the last remaining haunted roads in Central Florida is now a seasonal drive-thru experience. After launching in 2020, the cast and crew quickly realized everything was not as it seemed.
Those who want a fun family experience this Halloween season won’t want to miss “The Outta Control Spooktacular Magic Dinner Show” at WonderWorks Orlando. The long-running magic comedy dinner show will launch its first-ever Halloween-themed “spooktacular” beginning October 1, 2021, with shows running all month long.
Every Saturday and Sunday in October, your little monsters (12 and under) can dress up and enjoy free trick-or-treating at our Orlando and Kissimmee parks between 4 and 6 p.m. (while supplies last)!
Remember the good old days when everyone spent some time “down on the farm”? You could see the animals, relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Since 1980 our family owned farm has allowed visitors to pet and feed a variety of animals and see wildlife up close.
If you are looking for fun activities at a discount price, check out the Orlando Sightseeing Pass. It’s great for locals and visitors alike.
Friday, October 29, 202
Its the most spookiest time of the year! Get your costumes out and bring the cobwebs with you to our Historic Downtown. Dress up and make your way through Broadway to collect candy , visit the adventures in Booville, witness the Great Kissimmee Case Race, see stilt walkers, dancers and more!
Join us for our Family Fall Festival on Friday, October 29 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at our Curry Ford Campus! There will be fall favorites such as hayrides, candy, a themed photo booth, and inflatables, food, music and games for all ages. Candy
Bring your family and friends to Kelly Park’s Camp Joy, 5303 Baptist Camp Road, Apopka, on Friday, October 29 for the FREE Movie in the Park: The Addams Family! This fun animated movie (rated PG, 86 mins.) starts at 7 p.m.
Festival of Frights is a family friendly, two-day Halloween Festival hosted by The City of Oviedo, including The Haunted Fun House Maze, Spooky Mansion Slide, haunted train rides around Center Lake, swan boat rides, carnival games, food trucks, DJ’s and music, and more.
Join Monkey Joe and his friends for a day of SPOOKTACULAR FUN! Costumes, prizes, and trick or treating. We will be doing a costume contest at 6:30pm, giveaways throughout the day, and best of all – admission is just $8! Best costume will win a $50 arcade card!
Saturday, October 30, 2021
Downtown Avalon Park Halloween Event with Trick or Treating! There will be a pumpkin patch, inflatable corn maze, caricature artist, games with prizes, music, food trucks, and MORE!
FREE admission. Kids Zone, parades, pony rides, costume contest and more!
Windermere Parks & Recreation will host their annual Costume Parade and Hayride on Saturday, October 30 at 9:30 AM. The event takes place at Town Hall, 520 Main Street, and is open to residents.
Join the City of Maitland for Falloween – a seasonal celebration mixed with the fun of Halloween – from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, at Independence Square next to City Hall. The free family event will include a costume contest for kids, carnival games, a pet parade, train rides, food, music and more!
Welcoming Hearts is excited to announce our Halloween Family Fun Day. Get the whole family, dress in your costumes and join us for a day of fun, music, games and trick or treating and more.
Join 15 of your favorite characters for some Halloween hijinx at our Third Annual Villains Event! Enjoy an evening of tricks, treats and your favorite Halloween characters. – Meet the Villains – Photo Opportunities – Trick or Treating – Costume contest and costume parade – Spooky story time – Creepy craft
The City of Lake Mary’s Halloween Spooktacular Event brings safe trick-or-treating into Central Park at City Hall! There will be trick-or-treating and games from 4pm to 6:30pm, and followed by a movie in the park starting at 6:30pm.
Join Jack, Sally, and a dozen of their villainous friends for an evening of haunts, candy, and surprises! The villains are on the loose! Come say hello at our Halloween event – Villains Night Out !
Sunday, October 31, 2021
Spend Halloween at Boardwalk Bowl’s Haunted Alley Kids Halloween Party from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31. The whole family can dress up and the kiddos can participate in the Brunswick Sync Tournament featuring fun, interactive games such as Angry Birds and creature feature.
Time to let your creativity fly and start planning your costume for the event of the season: It’s FallFestivalbulous time at Kidiverse! Dress up on Sunday, Oct. 31 in your kid-friendly costume for a chance to win Best Costume and CANDY
Halloween night bring your family & friends by for some candy, games, movie night and more! We are going to keep it simple this year with a trunk-or-treat, outdoor distanced games, and a special outdoor/drive-in viewing of “Casper” on the giant screen!
Join us for a boo-tiful night at Halloween in Cranes Roost Park! The event offers a free, community door-to-door trick-or-treat alternative for kids hosted by the Altamonte Springs Police Department. Features include trick-or-treating around the lake, costume contests, festive games, activities and much more.
We are excited to have you join us for a safe, fun, and sweet Mall-O-Ween Trick or Treat! Please enter the mall through the west entrance (located near O2B Kids). Trick or Treaters must have a bag or container for candy we will only place candy into bags or containers.
Join us for Pokemon Open Play! Test out new decks and meet other Pokemon players. Interested in learning how to play Pokemon? We have a dedicated advocate on hand to help teach new players during open play.
Load up your little ghosts and goblins and celebrate the season with costume contests, carnival games, inflatables and sweet treats.