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Orlando Halloween Events
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middle for Halloween fun. Geared toward older teens and adults, the room usually does some great themes around Halloween, and it’s a fun, offbeat option if your kids are older or grown up. It also makes for a fantastic date night! Of course, if you just want to cut loose in an adult environment, the Orlando Zombie Ball on October 22 is definitely the way to go. Doors open at 7 p.m., and costumes, free drinks, scares, thrills, and live performances are all a part of the fun. This one’s definitely not for the kids, but it’s a scary good time you’re sure to remember.
with a 1 p.m. costume contest every day! If your kids love the zoo already, they’ll go bananas for the Zoo Boo Bash. Looking for another great kid-friendly event? Try the Kids Halloween Party at the Enzian Theater on October 23. Lunch and games happen at the theater from 11:30 on, with a showing of the film “Hotel Transylvania” kicking off at 1 p.m. Like the Zoo Bash, this party comes complete with a costume contest, so be sure to get the kids decked out in their Halloween best! If you haven’t checked out the Great Escape Room downtown yet, it’s somewhere in the
Are you looking for a night out on the town, or a family-friendly atmosphere? However you intend to spend Halloween, we think you’ll find a few events worth checking out, and we’ve highlighted them here just for you! You probably wouldn’t take your kids trick-or- treating in the “wildest” part of town, but that’s exactly the idea behind the Zoo Boo Bash at the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens. On October 22, 23, 29, and 30, the zoo comes alive with costumes, face painting, and all kinds of wild (but family-friendly) fun. Don’t worry, it’s not scary at all, but it is a wild good time,
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