Fall-Tastic Festivals


SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular

Freak out at these ghostly gatherings, fall festivals, and celebrations:

Every Saturday and Sunday in October
Brick or Treat
Legoland Florida
Your little Lego lovers will want to go all out for the costume contest at Brick or Treat. The prizes include Lego products and park tickets! They will also love the spooky scavenger hunt, the world’s largest Lego jack-o-lantern and a special Halloween-themed build.
October 19th
Lost Legends Haunted Trail
Osceola County Historical
Society’s Pioneer Village
Only the bravest little goblins will navigate the Lost Legends Haunted Trail, but the rewards are great. Survivors can enjoy the haunted village, the pumpkin patch, the corn maze and a s’mores roast.
October 19th – 20th and 26th – 27th
ZOO Boo Bash
Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens
Take a walk on the wild side for some not-so-scary trick-or-treating at the Central Florida Zoo. Be sure to bring your most boo-tiful costume, as a costume contest will be held at 1 p.m. each day.
October 25th and 26th
Oktoberfest at Celebration 
Celebration Town Center 
Think that leaves don’t fall in Florida? They do in Celebration, where colorful leaves drop nightly on Market Street during Oktoberfest weekend. Hop on a hayride, paint a pumpkin, or stroll through the downtown area to enjoy the crisp fall air.
October 26th
Pumpkin Bash
Winter Park Village
Join PLAYGROUND Magazine for a frightfully fun time. After your costumed kiddos have decorated their own cupcakes and played Pumpkin Pick, local photographer Jessica Friend will be available to capture all the cuteness in a mini photo shoot!
October 26th
German American Society’s Oktoberfest
381 Orange Lane, Casselberry
Oktoberfest can be a family affair! Bring the kids for the live music, Alpine dancing, face painting and bounce houses. We promise not to tell them you’re really there for the beer garden.
October 26th
Halloween Carnival of Screams 
Riverside Park 
This family-friendly event will take place at 1600 Lockwood Blvd. in Oviedo. The event includes costume contests, carnival games, children’s activities, food, music and a frightening haunted house.
Ocotber 26th
Downtown Avalon Park
Check out this Halloween hot spot for an evening of family fun featuring a haunted house, pumpkin carving and a costume parade. It’s spooky, but not scary, fun for the kiddos!
October 27th
Trick or Treat Safe Zone
Orange County Regional History Center
Trick-or-treat your way through three floors of haunted mazes, scavenger hunts and creepy crafts. Or, for a walk on the mild side, decorate a pumpkin in the museum’s own pumpkin patch.
October 31st
Waterford Lakes Town Center and Florida Mall
www.simon.com/mall/waterford-lakes-town-center & www.simon.com/mall/the-florida-mall
Bring the kiddies in costume to the fun, family-friendly Halloween events the in safe, well-lit, and climate-controlled environments at Waterford Lakes Town Center and Florida Mall. 
November 2nd and 3rd
Fall Fiesta in the Park
Lake Eola Park
As if the awesome playground and friendly swans weren’t enough to make a day at Lake Eola a hit, the Fall Fiesta in the Park features a huge kids zone with bounce houses, face painting, live music and clowns.
September 10th – November 1st
SeaWorld Spooktacular
SeaWorld Orlando
Dive into an ocean of Halloween fun with an under-the-sea dance party, crafts and games in Penelope’s Party Zone, then trick the kids into making their own treats at the apple and crispy rice treat decorating station (we promise they won’t complain!).
September 10 – November 1
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Disney’s Magic Kingdom
This limited-access party is a great way to experience Disney with shorter lines. Characters and guests dress in costumes, and enjoy trick-or-treating, a special HalloWishes fireworks show and the best Halloween Parade in town! 
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