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Are you a Halloween fan? And what about Halloween travel?
While it’s not my favorite holiday, it does rank up there. I mean, candy and playing dress up!
Around here, thanks to Disney, Halloween does start at the end of August with Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
But that got me to thinking, what other Halloween travel related ideas are out there. Here are a few of my favorite Halloween inspired things we’ve done.
Halloween Travel Tours
Ghosts & Gravestones Tour– This is a haunted trolley tour in Savannah and it was a lot of fun, informative, and slightly spooky. I’d say it’s good for ages 8 and up.
The same company has Ghosts and Gravestones in the following cities too.
And speaking of St. Augustine, you know the oldest city in the US has more haunted ghost tours. In particular, I enjoyed the walking haunted ghost tours. It’s a bit history, a bit spooky.
Theme Park Halloween
Theme Parks are a great way to get in some extra Halloween fun. Click on these links for a scary treat!
- Knott’s Berry Farm turns into Knott’s Scary Farm
- Cedar Point has HalloWeekends
- Hershey Park in the Dark
And of course, if you’re in the Orlando area, there’s worlds of ways to spend family fun for Halloween. We’ve done all of these at one time. Brick or Treat at LEGOLAND is one of my favorites as the mini legos are also dressed up. We also enjoyed ZooTampa’s Creatures of the Night Halloween event.
Click on any of the links below for discount tickets.
- Mickey’s Not So Scary
- Halloween Horror Nights featuring Stranger Things
- Sea World Spooktacular
- LEGOLAND Brick or Treat
- Busch Gardens Howl-o-Scream
- Creatures of the Night ZooTampa
Of course, Halloween is not the only thing going on in for fall travel, but I think that’s another article!
If you have a favorite Halloween travel event and I didn’t mention it, comment below! Or give me a heads up on your favorite fall destinations!