Ghouls and goblins gather for a bewitching Halloween spooktacular at Walt Disney World. Guests of all ages are encouraged come in costume and trick-or-treat around the Magic Kingdom. For extra scary-good fun, book the Happy HalloWishes Dessert Premium Package. BUY TICKETS
Brick or Treat is back with more spooky, kooky Halloween fun for kids. Expanded in 2016, the friendly-not-frightening event features trick-or-treating along the brick-or-treat trail. Take your picture with the world's largest Lego jack-o'-lantern and win prizes in an all-kids Halloween costume contest. BUY TICKETS
An ocean of Halloween fun for all ages awaits you at SeaWorld Orlando. Put on your Halloween costume and stop by for special Halloween shows, a sea of sweet treats and lots of fun, family friendly spookiness. It's all included with regular admission to SeaWorld Orlando. BUY TICKETS
For 21 select nights this fall, Howl-O-Scream 2016 unleashes a new type of terror with horrifying haunted houses and sinister surprises around every corner. And by popular demand, roaming hordes are infesting the event at an unstoppable rate. VIP tour packages available. BUY TICKETS
Spooky Empire Oct. 7-9
Orange County Convention Center, 5441 International Drive, Orlando Spooky Empire has quickly become one of the most respected horror event promotions companies in the United States, bringing to life two of the most popular horror conventions in the nation, with fans attending from all over the world.
Orlando Zombie Crawl 2016 Oct. 22 Downtown Orlando
The guys from the hugely popular WPB Zombie Crawl are expanding north to Orlando. Registration begins at 5 p.m., and the crawl officially starts at 7 p.m. The afterparty will feature a walker appearance from AMC's "The Walking Dead." Keep an eye on the Facebook page to learn more. All bars and locations to be announced.
DeBary Hall's creepy candlelight tours 7 and 8 p.m. Saturdays, Oct. 15, 22 and 29 Get spooked before Halloween by taking candlelight tours of the DeBary Hall historic site. Guests can expect some mild frights as they are escorted through the narrow hallways and darkened rooms once occupied by the 19th-century wine merchant, Frederick deBary and family. The tours are designed to startle and activate the imagination. Reservations are required. Call 386-668-3840. Cost is $10 per child. Children under 12 won't be admitted.
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