It’s the most spooktacular time of the year, and there’s no shortage of celebration for the haunt season in Orlando. From Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort, to Mickey’s Not so Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World and more, there’s a Halloween event for every guest in your party to enjoy. But which events are right for you and your group? Tim and Jenn may have the answers to your questions in the video above, as they break down each Halloween event in Orlando, and give you insider tips and tricks to help maximize your spooky experience!
Halloween Horror Nights
Voted the Best Halloween Event 11 years in a row by Amusement Today, Halloween Horror Nights is Universal Orlando Resort’s premiere haunt experience. With the return of the 1980’s, Halloween Horror Nights 29 showcases 10 exciting haunted houses, such as – Stranger Things, Ghostbusters, and Universal Monsters – 5 scare zones, including – Anarch-Cade, Vanity Ball, and Rob Zombie – and incredible live entertainment. All of this combines to encompass the spirit of a pulse-pounding E-ticket Haunt experience unlike any other.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
For those who prefer a less intense Halloween experience, but still enjoy the experience of captivating stage shows, a haunting fireworks display, and a swinging wake-of-a-parade, consider Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party for your next seasonal event in Orlando. With an all new fireworks show titled ‘Disney’s Not So Spooky Spectacular’, the infamous stage show, ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular’ hosted by the Sanderson Sisters themselves, and the ‘Boo to You’ parade, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at a quality that on Walt Disney World can provide.
SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular
For those of you with little ones in the family, perhaps a visit to SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular is right for you. With the addition of this year’s all new All-New Sesame Street Halloween Parade, guests of all ages are invited to dance and play along as some of your favorite Sesame Street characters dress up in their Halloween best! Additionally, guests are invited to grab a trick-or-treat bag and fill them with ghoulish goodies at various locations throughout the park, ensuring your children don’t miss out on what makes Halloween such fun! End the evening with a Halloween Dance Party safe for all ages, and show every goblin and ghoulie who has the best moves on the dance floor.As you can see, there’s a Halloween event for all ages who decide to visit Orlando during the haunt season. Whether you’re enjoying a day of frightful haunting at Universal Orlando Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights, catching a captivating fireworks display at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, or getting your groove on with your favorite characters from Sesame Street at SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular, there’s no shortage of options for every member of your party to enjoy, no matter the age! Regardless of where you decide to spend your haunt season, be sure to make the most of it, and take in every detail that Orlando’s incredible theme parks have to offer.
I'm a theme park enthusiast, blog writer and web designer based in Orlando, FL. Other than being a Passholder at our local Orlando attractions I’ve also traveled to the parks in California, Ohio, Virginia, Europe and more. I hope to bring an accurate depiction of the vision of The Tim Tracker in written form to you to help make your travel and experiences the best they can be!
A podcast with TheTimTracker and TheJennTracker. We talk about the most random stuff we can think of. This is our first venture into the land of podcasts, we already have a YouTube channel where we show our adventures around Orlando Florida.
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