The end of October is nearing and the season for spooky is upon us. Halloween is one of our favorite holidays here at Worlds of Discovery.
Halloween is a time of year that brings out the creativity in all of us.
If your kids love the animals at our parks, look for animal-themed costumes so that for one special day, they can “be” the critters that they love to see at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens.
Not a costume maker? If you're a little bit crafty, you can bring the sea-themed fun to decorating your pumpkin. Check out this “Shamu-kin”.
This pumpkin is painted to resemble you-know-who - his killer whale tail is made of Styrofoam and attached with adhesive glue.
This is the last weekend to enjoy the Halloween events at all of our parks across the country. SeaWorld's Halloween Spooktacular is taking place at both the Orlando San Diego parks. From pumpkin fishes to friendly sea witches, this is where Halloween meets the sea. Kids can children can dance with an ice DJ, play with sea fairies and learn from a school fish.
New at SeaWorld Orlando, trick-or-treaters can help Sesame Street's Abby Cadabby search for her magic wand in Abby Cadabby's Halloween Adventure, an pathway filled with puzzles, sights and sounds.
For the mature adult audience, the Busch Gardens parks offer an event with gut-wrenching scares to get you in the Halloween spirit. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay celebrates its tenth season, expanding the event to feature more haunted houses, and the beautiful face of evil itself - the fashionable Ms. Vayne and her deranged models.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg celebrates 11 years of fears with 15 new attractions starring vampires, werewolves, witches and trolls. And at SeaWorld San Antonio, Jack is back...and he's looking for you! The Howl-O-Scream events are not suited for young children.
No matter what you choose to do to celebrate Halloween this year, we at Worlds of Discovery hope that your weekend is both safe and memorable.