Starting this month, if you are On the Go in the Parks you will find new and returning spirited Halloween festivities and I’m breaking down what you need to know about each one!
On the Go in the Parks: Halloween 2021
The Magic Kingdom is hosting an all-new, spirited Halloween-themed event this fall at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.
Disney After Hours Boo Bash takes place select nights August 10 – October 31, 2021, and fills the park with l cavalcades full of characters popping up throughout the night, the lovely Miss Carlotta at the Haunted Mansion, the Cadaver Dans on Main Street, U.S.A., complimentary snacks, exclusive merchandise, specialty treats, and more!
Ticket holders will be admitted to Magic Kingdom park as early as 7:00 p.m. on the valid date of their ticket—giving them even more time to enjoy park favorites before the event begins!
Admission to Disney After Hours Boo Bash can be purchased online for $129 to $199 per adult or child (plus tax), depending on the event date.
The world’s premier Halloween event, Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, is returning this fall for its much-anticipated 30th year and unleashing a sinister line-up of horrifying experiences on select nights beginning on September 3 through October 31.
Guests will face ten terrifying haunted houses, five twisted scare zones, and two live shows based on some of the biggest names in horror and pop culture.
Select Halloween Horror Nights tickets are available online now, and guests can save by purchasing them in advance.
Suppose you are looking to take your scares to a new level. In that case, there are various event upgrades, including the R.I.P. Tours with V.I.P. access to the haunted houses and daytime, lights-on tours of the haunted houses that offer a glimpse into how the scare is brought to life.
Parents will want to take note that Halloween Horror Nights is an intense event that is not recommended for children under the age of 13 and no costumes or masks are allowed.
Halloween Spooktacular is back at SeaWorld Orlando with candy, costumes, your favorite Sesame Street friends, and plenty of spooky surprises.
SeaWorld Orlando Halloween Spooktacular is a daytime event that runs weekends from September 18 to October 31, making it the perfect place for families to celebrate Halloween!
Kid’s will enjoy trick-or-treating, colorful characters, spooky stories, and a Halloween dance party to moments with furry friends like Count von Count, Elmo, Cookie Monster, and more.
The best treat of all? SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular is included with your theme park admission!
SeaWorld Orlando is known for its family-friendly Halloween fun, but this year the park is unleashing Howl-O-Scream, where guests will evade roaming haunts rampaging through scare zones and seek shelter indoors, only to find they have entered a house of horrors.
Adventuresome guests can deepen the thrills with terrifying coaster rides in the dark, quench their thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar and feel the monstrous electricity of a live show.
This terrifying Halloween event will occur on select nights, Friday, September 10 through Sunday, October 31, from 7 p.m. to as late as 2 a.m.
Please note that Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience and contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. No costumes are allowed during the event.
The LEGOLAND Florida Resort will once again be filled with the spooky, kooky fun of Brick or Treat weekends in October.
Brick or Treat activities are perfect for little builders under 12 and include trick or treating around the Theme Park, larger-than-afterlife LEGO builds, and meet-and-greet opportunities with ghoulish LEGO characters.
Guests can also enjoy one-of-a-kind live shows, special decorations throughout the park, and take a bite out of a variety of Halloween-themed snacks.
These exclusive Halloween events are included with theme park admission and select annual passes.
Creeping closer each day, Howl-O-Scream returns to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay with a hair-raising, skin-crawling celebration of ghoulish delights beginning September 10 through October 31 for 28 select nights.
While family-friendly trick-or-treating and shows fill fall days with fun, by night, five horrifying haunted houses, eight expansive scare zones, and unpredictable hordes of nightmarish creatures will soon cover the 300-acre park, leaving nowhere for guests to hide.
With iconic haunted houses, including two ALL-NEW horror-filled houses at Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream 2021 will be Tampa Bay’s BIGGEST haunt event.
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