There are two things we love around here - Fall and Orlando so we’ve combined the two to bring you 6 reasons to love Orlando this Fall.
While Orlando doesn’t experience the leaves changing and the apple picking and pumpkin patches, we also know it also doesn’t get the uber colder weather either. Beginning in mid-October and running through Fall, Orlando’s humidity drops significantly, as does the temps, but not so much that it’s too cold outside. In fact, Fall is the perfect weather in Orlando - warm days and cool nights, which makes visiting an Orlando theme park or other outdoor attraction comfortable.
If you’re looking for a Halloween event this Fall, you can’t beat Orlando theme parks. Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando, LEGOLAND Florida and Busch Gardens Tampa ALL offer fun Halloween-themed events. Some are family-friendly while others are for adult’s eyes only, but either way you’ll be able to celebrate the season change and the spooky holiday.
Speaking of Orlando theme Parks, Fall is one of the slowest times of year to visit the parks. Most days in September and weekdays in October are some of the least crowded. You’ll always see less traffic when kids are back in school, and Fall is one of those times. Take advantage!
Water Parks Are Still Open
Universal’s Volcano Bay, Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon are all still open this Fall. That means you can extend summer while still enjoying other fall and Halloween events throughout Orlando.
Food & Wine Festival
Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival is one of our favorite Fall events. If you aren’t that into Halloween but still looking for something exciting during this season, this one is a can’t miss. Guests can enjoy tapas sized eats from around the world at dozens of global marketplaces. In addition to the eats, guests can enjoy culinary demonstrations, celebrity chefs and the Eat to the Beat Concert Series.
Fall extends all the way through Thanksgiving, which means Christmas is right around the corner, which means, Orlando theme parks will start putting up their holiday decor once Halloween ends. Bonus - with the holiday decor comes new treats for the winter season.