Who is ready to be On the Go in the Parks this weekend? I know I am, but I am in total denial that it’s the first weekend of October!
Spooky Season is officially underway as all of the theme parks in Central Florida are full of frightful fun!
Let’s take a look at what you can do this weekend while you are On the Go in the Parks!
On the Go in the Parks: October 2-4, 2020
For the month of October Halloween is HUUUUUUGE at Fun Spot America!
Both the Orlando and Kissimmee locations will be offering free Trick or Treating for little ones from 4-7 pm on Saturdays, a menu of Frightul Bites, and your chance to help John, Jr. in an all-new Escape Room experience exclusive to the Fun Spot America Orlando Location.
Brick or Treat kicks off this weekend at the LEGOLAND Florida Resort!
This October experience the spooky, kooky fun of one of the only kid-friendly Halloween Events in Central Florida that includes neighborhood-style Trick or Treating, seasonal shows, LEGO activities, and exclusive creepy-cool LEGO characters.
Brick or Treat, the ultimate kids Halloween celebration, is all included with regular admission to the park.
If you are missing Haloween Horror Nights, you are absolutely going to want to visit the Universal Orlando Resort to experience their Halloween offerings that are included with your theme park admission!
There are two heart-pounding haunted houses at Universal Studios Florida—Revenge of the Tooth Fairy and Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives—for guests to experience.
Universal Studios Florida has some spooky for all with a sweet payoff with their Scarecrow Stalk.
And don’t forget there is Trick or Treating at Islands of Adventure for little ones under 12.
And don’t forget that for the first time, everyone can come to the park in their costumes!!!
Howl-O-Scream has returned to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay for its 21st year every Friday through Sunday through November 1, 2020 with physically distant frights and ghoulish delights.
The event features 10 Scare Zones and an outdoor venue for the popular Fiends show.
SeaWorld Orlando is chocked full of Halloween and Fall goodness!!!
SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular is back with all-new safety procedures. The trick-or-treat trail is stocked with candy and adventure. Kids can enjoy not-so-spooky fun with their Sesame Street friends and join them for a special Halloween breakfast! The park is alive with amazing animals and thrilling coasters. It’s a tricky year for Halloween. Treat your family to fall at SeaWorld.
SeaWorld Spooktacular is on Saturdays and Sundays, through November 1, and is included in park admission.
It’s the perfect season for a spooky movie under the stars at SeaWorld, and Flicks and Frights is a drive-in nostalgic experience that starts with enjoying locally sourced food trucks and ends with watching a classic Halloween feature from the comfort and safety of your car.
This weekend’s Family-friendly Halloween film is Frankenweenie, and the movie begins at 7:45 p.m.
Flicks and Frights parking is $40 per vehicle to experience movie viewing for all seated passengers and Pass Members can save 20% .
And finally, SeaWorld Orlando is serving up an incredible party for craft beer lovers. SeaWorld’s Craft Beer Festival features more than 100 crafts brews and more than 20 food items expertly paired to match your preferred brew.
The Festival takes place Fridays (3 pm to park close), Saturdays (11:30 am to park close), and Sundays (11:30 am to park close) through November 1, 2020.
Walt Disney World
If you are looking for some Halloween fun, you will definitely want to check out the character cavalcade, special treats, and merchandise at the Magic Kingdom.
Looking for a fun foodie adventure around the world? the A Taste of Food and Wine Festival is happening at Epcot.
Then over at Disney Springs, you can find special Fall Treats around every corner!