Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
Now through October 31
The Mother of all family Halloween events. Make it extra fun by planning a family costume to wear. The Party technically gets started at 7 p.m. but you’re allowed access into the park as early as 4 p.m. At 6 p.m. the daytime guests are required to leave. But after 7 p.m. only guests with these special tickets will have access. Most rides are open and there’s really cute dance parties, photo opps and trick-or-treat spots around the park. Schedule your evening around the Boo To You parade (9:15 p.m. & 11:15 p.m.) and the epic fireworks show at 10:15 p.m.
Weekends, Now through October 31
Kids will love collecting ghoulish goodies as they explore SeaWorld Orlando’s fun-filled trick-or-treating trail while meeting colorful characters (like a Halloween mermaid!) along the way. Children are encouraged to dress up in costumes. Don’t miss the new Scarecrow Dance Party in Journey to Atlantis Plaza or the new cookie decorating and craft area between Sesame Street Land and Wild Arctic. Wander through the Pumpkin Garden to look for friendly pumpkin fish. Curious adventurers may even run into the Pumpkin Queen as she reads stories in the garden. Guests can purchase a scavenger hunt map and follow the clues to win amazing prizes.
Screamin’ Green Halloween
Now through October 31
Crayola Experience is “chalk”-full of spooky happenings included with admission, such as a themed scavenger hunt, spook-tastic crafts, character photo ops, trick-or-treating on the weekends and more.
Now through October 30
Legoland Florida, Winter Haven
Families will be screaming in excitement as they enjoy more candy, more LEGO® characters and more spell-binding surprises than ever before with 12 nights of Halloween fun – each Saturday and Sunday. This Halloween spectacular will bewitch families with amazing NEW experiences, live shows, spooky LEGO® decorations and Monster mischief around every corner – all included with general park admission and select Annual Passes.
Mermaid & Pirate Adventures
Island H2O Water Park
Weekends in October
Ahoy, Mateys! Island H2O Water Park is launching a not-so spooky Halloween with a new Mermaids & Pirates experience for kids on weekends (Saturday and Sundays) throughout the month of October, including: Tattoo/face paint at Pelican’s Paradise, Mermaid and Pirate Meet and Greet at Pelican’s Paradise, a Pirate or Mermaid Movie at the Wave Pool. Spend the day searching for a pirate treasure on a scavenger hunt! Complete the scavenger hunt and claim a free ice cream. Event is free with water park admission.
September 20–October 29
Pirate’s Dinner Adventure, Orlando
On select nights Sept. 20 through Oct. 29, Pirates Dinner Adventure will host Vampirates, a Halloween-themed dinner show that’s guaranteed to provide spooky fun for the whole family. Get all the details here.
Spirit Halloween: The Movie
September 30–October 6
Regal Cinemas, Oviedo Mall
When a Halloween store opens in a deserted strip-mall, three friends, thinking they’ve outgrown trick or treating, decide to spend the night locked inside. But their night of spook-filled fun soon turns to outlandish survival. Oviedo Mall and Regal 22 are excited to be counted among the few theaters that will be showing @spirithalloweenmovie for a limited time beginning next week! The best part? Tickets are just $5.00! 🦇 Spirit Halloween: The Movie will be in theaters one week only September 30th–October 6th!
Make-A-Wish Kids Day
Saturday, October 15, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
A Petrified Forest and Make-A-Wish are teaming up to bring you a Kids Day filled with forest fun, just for the little ones! ALL PROCEEDS go to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. There will be a Trick or Treat Trail, music, games, stilt walkers and more! Tickets are $5, only purchasable the day of the event and can not be purchased online.
Gators, Ghosts and Goblins
October 15–30, 2022
Many activities will be on the schedule, including themed haunt zones, interactive characters, animal meet-and-greets and the popular children’s Halloween Costume Parade with treat bags. The Halloween event is free with park admission.
Winter Garden Halloween Experience
October 21 – October 31
Historic Downtown Winter Garden
Halloween is celebrated for 11 days – not just one — in Winter Garden! The City’s Halloween Experience extravaganza provides family-friendly festivities and events in Downtown Winter Garden. Costumes are welcome any day!
Saturday, October 22, 3:30 p.m.
Founder’s Square, Avalon Park
Trick or Treat your way through this fun, spooktacular performance. The haunted sounds of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra’s Woodwind Quintet, together with a storyteller will help get you in the mood for the fall season. Don’t forget to bring your blanket and chairs.
Saturday, October 22, 7-10 p.m.
Night Market at Zombietoberfest features locally and regionally made crafts, food trucks, vintage, art at our large outdoor market; DJ; live music; multiple craft beer gardens, costumes and much more. Orlando’s most original Halloween festival is entirely outdoors and stretched across two blocks along Corrine Drive, near the Winter Park Road intersection. Mr Richard will perform at Kelly’s Ice Cream at 5 p.m. Kidstoberfest, includes free Halloween games, crafts and pizza for kids, is at Emmanuel Episcopal Church (1603 Corrine Dr.) from 5 – 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 22, 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
O2B Kids Oviedo
Wear your costume and come prepared to have a blast. There will be candy, games, and more! The event is free for members and $15 for non-members.
Halloween Safety Spooktacular
Thursday, October 27, 6-8 p.m.
Seminole State College, Sanford/Lake Mary Campus
Bring your little Trick-or-Treaters and visit this fun-filled community event sponsored by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.
Zoo Boo Bash
October 29 & 30, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Central Florida Zoo
This is the wildest Halloween event in town! Zoo Boo Bash provides zoo-goers with a fun, safe and not-so-scary Halloween experience. This family-friendly event will feature treat stations and several fun activities. The entire family is invited to wear their costumes to show them off. Event included in Zoo admission; annual pass holders $5 per person.
Festival of Frights
October 28 & 29, 2022
Riverside Park, Oviedo
The family-friendly evening event features trick-or-treating, bouncing, playing and costumes.
Halloween All Day Event
Saturday, October 29
Launch Entertainment Park
Enjoy a variety of activities all day including: music, dance party, Trick or Treat Trail, costume contest, giveaways, themed games and more!
Halloween in the Park
Saturday, October 29, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Kit Land Nelson Park
This free family-friendly Trick-or-treating event includes kid activities, vendors and more! This is a fun and safe trick-or-treat alternative for children of Apopka.
Trick or Treat Safe Zone
Saturday, October 29, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Orange County Regional History Center & Orlando Public Library
Trick or treat throughout the History Center and the Orlando Public Library and enjoy creepy crafts, candy and a scavenger hunt! Free for families with children ages 12 and under; children must be accompanied by and adult.
The Good Ghoul Gala
Saturday, October 29, 11 a.m.–3 p.m.
Rosen Event Center
The event is run by Miles To Go and hosted by the Rosen JCC at the Rosen Event Center. This is an event for the entire family. Kids can go on hayrides, make arts & crafts, trick or treating and enjoy Halloween games. There will be a fashion show, live entertainment, food & drink (alcoholic drinks for 21+) and shopping. Learn more and order tickets at https://go.goodghoulgala.com/rjccsfb.
Saturday, October 29, 1-3 p.m.
Dress up in your costume and head over to ICON Park for trick-or-treating fun. Get all treats and no tricks at participating locations like The Wheelhouse, Museum of Illusions, Brother Jimmy’s Sloppy Joe’s, Tapa Toro, Tin Roof, In The Game and Ole Red. PLAY Tip: kids 12 and under, dressed up in their costumes, can also get free ride on the Carousel on The Promenade. Afterward, gather on The Lawn and watch as The Wheel’s 10-minute Halloween Light Show at 8 p.m. & 10 p.m.
Kid’s Costume Party
Saturday, October 29, 1-4 p.m.
Boardwalk Bowl, Orlando
Dress up the whole family and come on down for haunted bowling with Brunswick Sync’s Creature Feature. The party will be filled with fun Halloween-themed mini games and treats.
3rd Annual Halloween Trunk-or-Treat
Saturday, October 29, 1-3 p.m.
Aloma Bowl, Winter Park
Aloma Bowl’s parking lot will be full of cars decked out with decorations, full of tasty treats and lined up for your trick-or-treating pleasure. Guests can participate in the bowling pin painting party. Supplies are included and the pin is free to take home.
Saturday, October 29, 1-3 p.m.
Airport Lanes, Sanford
Take a trip to the haunted alley – Airport Lanes is hosting its first Trunk-or-Treat event. Dress up the family in their costumes and enjoy an afternoon of food, drinks, activities and treats. Airport Lanes’ parking lot will be full of cars decked out with decorations.
Saturday, October 29, 3-5 p.m.
Downtown Winter Garden
Bring the kids to downtown Winter Garden to Trick-or-Treat along the candy trail of shops!
Saturday, October 29, 4-6 p.m.
Along Edgewater Drive, College Park Main Street
Come in costume and trick-or-treat at participating businesses along Edgewater Drive. Don’t miss the costume contest!
Spooknona: Graveyard Smash
Saturday, October 29, 5-10 p.m.
Lake Nona Town Center
Tricks, treats and festive beats! Grab your creepiest costume and enjoy a night of ghoulish good times at Lake Nona’s annual Spooknona Graveyard Smash. Monsters and mummies of all ages are welcome to trick-or-treat around Lake Nona Town Center. If candy is not your sweet of choice, take your pick from a menu of hauntingly good Halloween treats, like candy corn cupcakes, chocolate mummy cookies and Halloween ice-cream sundaes, sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. After you’ve visited each of our interactive trick-or-treat stops, dance the night away with DJ KD Queen or take your costume to the next level with the help of our face painters and airbrush tattoo artist.
Saturday, October 29, 5 p.m.
Avalon Park YMCA, Orlando
Kids of all ages – enter it you dare! We will scare you as best we can and reward you with a prize when you make it through! This event is FREE and open to the community!
Saturday, October 29, 6-8 p.m.
Orange County Sheriff’s Office Headquarters (2500 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando)
Looking for a fun, free and safe way to celebrate Halloween with your family? OCSO deputies will be hanging in the parking lot.
Family Day: Pumpkin Party & Trick or Treating
Sunday, October 30, 12–4 p.m.
Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company
It’s Family Day at Ivanhoe Park Brewing! Register to paint a pumpkin. Shop from vendors & enjoy food trucks. Trick or Treat amongst vendors and participate in kid activities!
Sunday, October 30, 2-5 p.m.
Jeff Triplett Community Center, Sanford
Looking for something a little spooky and a lot of fun for your Halloween weekend? Load up your little ghosts and goblins and come celebrate the season with costume contests, carnival games, inflatables, and sweet treats!
Mall-O-Ween Trick or Treat
Monday, October 31, 4-6 p.m.
Explore the mall and enjoy your favorite stores while collecting goodies and treats! Trick or Treaters must have a bag or container for candy. Registration required.