As we head into the fall season and the month of October we start gearing up for the change of season and the holidays. Covid-19 is changing most plans for the year 2020 it seems and it looks like the popular Halloween Horror Nights event is not immune to the changes and has been canceled. But not to worry there is more Halloween fun to be had around your apartment in Orlando
and we compiled a list of some other fun options here.
The traditional Halloween Horror Nights
will be back in 2021, fingers crossed but in the meantime, Universal Studios just announced that they will have two haunted houses this year, Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives
and Revenge of the Tooth Fairy
, during regularly scheduled park hours only. They also have trick-or-treating at Universal's Islands of Adventure for kids 12 and younger. Costumes are also encouraged at both parks to help you get in the Halloween spirit.
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is also canceled BUT they created a new Halloween at Disney webpage
that covers all the Halloween fun you can expect at Walt Disney World
virtually or in-person this season. Check out the Halloween web page for a virtual viewing of ‘Disney's Not-So-Spooky Spectacular' at Walt Disney World Resort, along with fun ways to celebrate at home and favorite recipes. Or if you head to the theme park you will find your favorite characters dressed in Halloween costume, new fun Halloween treats, spooky entertainment, and dining options.
SeaWorld SpooktacularSeaWorld's Spooktacular
is Halloween fun for the whole family can enjoy with costumes are encouraged to add to the fun. The event includes a trick-or-treat trail with many other fun activities with everyone's favorite Sesame Street characters plus breakfast with Count von Count. Spooktacular is held every Saturday and Sunday through November 1 with park admission.
Legoland Brick or TreatLegoland's Brick or Treat
is another one on the list that is perfect for the kids and the whole family. Spend the day treat or treating, attending on of the seasonal shows including the popular performance of The Groovin' Graveyard (our family's favorite), or meet all your favorite spooky LEGO monsters like Rockin' Frankenstein or Spider Lady. The event is included in regular park admission or pass and held every Saturday and Sunday in October ending on Saturday, October 31st.
The Haunted RoadThe Haunted Road
is Orlando's 1st ever drive-thru, contactless Halloween event, and the non-theme park option on our list. They offer three different options including the main night event, daytime family-friendly event, and unrestricted 18-year-old plus event so you can pick your event based on your fear level. The Haunted Road is located east of downtown Orlando
off of E Colonial Drive/FL-50 E.
All events stress the importance of safety and they are doing everything they can to keep Halloween alive and spooky in the Orlando area while providing fun events for all to enjoy. Check the event webpages before you leave your Orlando apartment
to make sure you have all the latest details and we hope you have a fun and safe Halloween!