Last Chance for fall events in Orlando
October 28, 2016
It’s the end of October, which means that our favorite fall events are coming to an end soon. If you are visiting us this weekend at Hawthorn Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, make sure to pick one of these “boo-tiful” events to attend:
Walt Disney World:
The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival ends on November 14 and the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party ends on October 31.
The Food and Wine Festival is included with your regular admission. So all you need to do is visit Epcot during the festival dates to experience the event. The Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party requires a separate ticket and is only held during select nights. The event is known for selling out, so if you plan on attending this event you better hurry to purchase your admission ticket.
Halloween Horror nights won’t end on Halloween. Extended select nights will go until November 5. If you are looking for the scare of your life, you must give this event a shot.
SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular runs weekends until October 30. Little kids love this daytime event that is super family friendly. Multiple candy stations are available with a wide array of sweets and treats and guests are welcome to dress up in their favorite costumes. The event is included in park admission.
Free Halloween fun around town:
- Artegon Marketplace: Come in your costume as prizes will be awarded to the best, most creative costumes. Monday, October 31st from 3-7 p.m.
- Winter Park: The Pumpkins & Munchkins Family-friendly Halloween event will feature bounce houses, a trick-or-treat trail, a costume contest and more. Monday, October 31st from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Event is held at Shady Park, at the corner of New England and Pennsylvania avenues in Winter Park.
- I-Drive 360: The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye located on International Drive will turn orange in celebration of Halloween. October 29 – 31. There will trick-or-treating around I-Drive 360, a live DJ and dance parties. Come dressed up if you like! Regular admission to ride the Orlando Eye applies, but guests can enjoy the celebration on the ground that is free of charge.