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October 2013 Events in Orlando

October 1-26: Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens
Explore haunted houses and see thrilling shows during Howl-O-Scream all month long.

October 1-31: Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights
Don’t miss the premier Halloween event in Orlando. This year features all-new haunted houses, live shows, and scare zones.

October 1-31: Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
During select nights in October, Magic Kingdom will have special Halloween-themed events planned. All ages are encouraged to dress up in costumes and go trick-or-treating around the park.

October 1-31: Epcot International Food & Wine Festival
Disney guests can taste their way around Epcot during the 18th annual International Food & Wine Festival.

October 5-27: LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat
Every Saturday and Sunday in October enjoy Halloween activities like a LEGO pumpkin build, LEGO Monster Fighters Scavenger Hunt, Brick-or-Treat trail, and costume contest.

October 5-27: SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular
From 12-8pm every weekend during October kids can trick-or-treat, see spooky shows, and create sea-themed arts and crafts during Halloween Spooktacular.

October 12-13: Winter Park Autumn Art Festival
This annual art show features Florida artists exclusively along with live entertainment, children’s activities and more. The art festival is held in Central Park in downtown Winter Park from 9am-5pm both days. Admission is free.

October 19-20, 26-27: ZOO Boo Bash
Trick-or-treat in the wildest neighborhood in town during ZOO Boo Bash. It’s safe, fun, and not-too-scary event for young and old alike. Kids are invited to bring goodie bags and wear costumes for trick or treat stations. If you forget your costume, face painting will be available for an additional charge. Walk on Water Balls will also be available for an additional charge. Take a haunted hayride or learn about the myths and realities of some misunderstood animals. Held from 9am-3pm.

October 25-26: Oktoberfest at Celebration
Celebration Town Center transforms before your very eyes as the falling leaves of the season drop on Market Street in the Fall Festival known as Oktoberfest. Listen for the rustling of leaves, relax by the lakeside and rock your troubles away, and enjoy the live music with family and friends in this one-of-a-kind themed extravaganza.


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