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Top Things to Do

Whether you’re looking to help your kids trick-or-treat or you want to experience some frights yourself, Orlando is home to several Halloween parties and events this September and October. Here are Orlando Fun Tickets’ top choices:

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Kids can have a not-so-scary time during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Now through November 1, avoid the haunts and enjoy some villainous entertainment including Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular, Happy HalloWishes Fireworks Show, Boo-to-You Halloween Parade, The Cadaver Dans Barbershop Quartet, trick-or-treating, costumed characters and more.

LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat
LEGOLAND Florida will host a Halloween party built for kids during Brick-or-Treat. The spooky event will feature trick-or-treating, themed fireworks, LEGO build activities, meet and greets with LEGO Vampire, LEGO Mummy and other characters. LEGOLAND’s Brick-or-Treat runs October 14-14, 21-22, 28-29 and 31.

SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular  
Have an ocean of fun during SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular. The daytime event immerses families in an underwater “fantasea” with trick-or-treating, sea-themed arts and crafts and up-close animal encounters. The Spooktacular delights September 23 through October 29 and is included in regular theme park admission.

Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights
The adults can enjoy some Halloween frights too this Halloween and there is no better event to get your heart pounding then during Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights. The nation’s premiere Halloween event will once again earn its title with nightmarish haunted houses including Saw, The Shining, American Horror Story and The Horrors of Blumhouse and terrifying scare zones that will haunt you long after you leave the park. Halloween Horror Nights scares on select nights from September 15 through November 4.

Busch Gardens Tampa’s Howl-O-Scream
Busch Gardens Tampa returns for another terrifying year September 22 through October 29. This year’s event brings in roaming creatures, new haunted houses and exciting live, interactive entertainment. Even when you aren’t being spooked by ghosts, ghouls and goblins, you’ll scream on Busch Gardens’ many thrill rides that will be open during the event.