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  • This Halloween in Orlando, Mickey and his pals say "Boo to you!" For 26 nights, the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort is brewing with frightful family fun. From now through Nov. 1, the most visited park in the world magically transforms into a ghoulish playground for a costume party you won't want to miss. Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party is a specially ticketed event where the park becomes a bubbling cauldron of fiendish fun. Featuring oversized jack-o-lanterns, eerie music, and creepy special effects this is a great opportunity to experience the Magic Kingdom in a whole new way. Visit Orlando's "shrill shriekers" attended this ghostly event and we've listed our top 5 tricks and treats we're dying for you to enjoy. Mwahaha! Visit Orlando's boo-rific treats: #1. Be ready with your autograph book in hand and your cameras ready for lots of picture taking. All your favorite Disney characters are dressed in their best Halloween costumes and are ready to party with you. Bonus Treat: There is plenty of opportunity for little ones to trick or treat around the park. But there's no need to bring a bag for candy, one is provided for you at the gate when you walk in. And don't forget to get one last Mickey Mouse lollipop for the road as you exit the park. #2. Claim your spot early to see all the frightful floats in the "Boo-to-You" Halloween Parade. The second parade is typically less crowded and easier to get a good view. Bonus Treat: This bone-rattling parade features Disney Characters in Halloween costumes including the infamous grave diggers from the Haunted Mansion. #3. Put on your dancing shoes and have a scream of a good time with Mike and Sulley, the stars of "Monsters, Inc." at their own Monstrous Scream-O-Ween Ball in Tomorrowland. There are more dance parties throughout the park including a Disney villain takeover of the Diamond Horseshoe Revue. #4. Beware as the Disney villains stir up mischief and mayhem around a ghostly Cinderella Castle for the Villains Castle Show. All your favorite Disney characters who just love to be bad have a wicked good time capped off with a fireworks burst. #5. The party's not over until the Grim Grinning Ghosts come out to socialize for the Happy HalloWishes fireworks show. This aerial spectacular lights up the sky with purple, green and orange while creepy colors crawl over Cinderella Castle. Bonus Treat: Gather around the Castle hub area at least 15 minutes before the Happy HalloWishes show. You won't want to miss the Celebrating the Magic show which turns Cinderella Castle into a kaleidoscope of amazing visual effects. You can also enjoy many of the Halloween decorations during the regular daytime hours too. See our photo album showing the many faces of the Halloween Jack-O-Lanterns along Main Street USA. Click here for more information about the event and for rules on wearing costumes to the park. Visit Orlando is your ghostly guide for all the tricks, treats and tips you'll need to enjoy all the Spooky Halloween Family Fun in Orlando. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all the frightfully family fun you can have in Orlando.

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    5 Treats for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2014
  • Are you ready for the fright of your life? For 28 nights, from Sept. 19 through Nov. 1, Universal Studios Florida transforms into a horrific Halloween event. This year, the thrilling terror will blend classic horror experiences with new frights that have never been experienced before. Visit Orlando's horror fanatics got an exclusive opportunity to preview the costumes and the Halloween scare house with Michael Myers himself! Join us for a sneak peek at what's scaring at this year's Halloween Horror Nights 24. Scare Zones Scare zones are back this year with two all-new experiences. Be ready for the terror on the streets of Universal Studios as you're hypnotized by deceptive patrons of a seemingly glamorous ball in MASKerade: Unstitched and surrounded by voodoo practitioners that fill the snake and spider-infested Bayou of Blood. The Purge: Anarchy scarezone will greet you with pure unadulterated fear, bringing to life the turmoil and pandemonium that awaits those vulnerable to masked vigilantes in search of new victims. Scare Houses Halloween Follow in Michael Myers' footsteps as he begins his historic night of horror. John Carpenter's classic original film comes to life - just as yours is coming to an end. The Walking Dead: End of the Line In the largest haunted house Universal has ever created, you'll journey through the most recent season of AMC's The Walking Dead from the prison on your way to Terminus, dodging flesh-eating walkers every step of the way. AVP: Alien Vs. Predator Avoid becoming collateral damage in a violent and savage battle between two horrific extraterrestrial species. Whoever wins... we lose. From Dusk Till Dawn Based on the hit TV series, chaos reigns inside this remote biker bar as you discover it's filled with an ancient race of bloodthirsty creatures. The ordeal will leave you drained - in more ways than one. Dracula Untold - Reign of Blood Witness the terrifying journey into darkness that transformed the legendary Vlad the Impaler into the monstrous creature of the night we know as Dracula. Dollhouse of the Damned Those who enter risk becoming one of the unfortunate souls with no hope of escape. Surviving the malicious dolls who wait inside will be anything but child's play. Giggles & Gore Inc. Evil clowns are not born...they're made. The joke's on you as you explore an abandoned factory where body parts fly and evil clowns are assembled from what's left. Roanoke - Cannibal Colony The inhabitants of this lost Virginia colony have resorted to cannibalism to survive. Take a trip back in time and explore the remains of this settlement where you'll get a history lesson you'll never forget. Surround yourself with the masters of horror and prepare to scream like never before at this year's Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 24. Buy your discounted Halloween Horror Nights tickets. Visit Orlando is your ghostly guide for all the tricks, treats and tips you'll need to enjoy all the Spooky Halloween Family Fun in Orlando. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all the frightfully family fun you can have in Orlando.

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    Universal Unveils New Terrors and Classic Screams for Halloween Horror Nights 24
  • Fall is a busy time in Orlando, when friendlier temperatures accompany a variety of special events that take over Orlando's neighborhoods and world-famous theme parks. It's the perfect season for, dare-we-say, delicious fun! Fall flies by in a flash, so take advantage our list of 2014 festivities in Orlando. Global Peace Film Festival Celebrate the art of film - and its power to promote new understanding - in Orlando. Held in conjunction with the UN's International Day of Peace, the Global Peace Film Festival highlights the art of motion picture to further the goal of peace on earth, beyond anti-war, ideology and activism. Events include film programs, panels and parties. The film program is from September 16 through 21, 2014 Epcot Food & Wine Festival Taste your way around the world at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, Sept. 19-Nov. 10, when diverse flavors pair with fine wines and sounds of popular musical acts by hit-makers from the 70s, 80s and 90s. The Puerto Rico Marketplace returns after being absent for a year. Topping the menu is the "Carne Quisada con Arroz Blanco" Slow Braised Beef with Puerto Rican Grown Rice. This dish will be paired with a Sangriiia brand cocktail from Gasolina Urban Blends. Also available at the Puerto Rico Marketplace will be the Sweet Corn Sorullitos with Mayo Ketchup - presented in an innovative squeezable pouch. Drizzle a little and take a bite! YUM! Celebrating Florida Artists Hit the streets of charming Winter Park for the 41th annual Winter Park Autumn Art Festival, featuring more than 100 of Florida's finest artists, Oct. 11-12, 2014. Patrons can leisurely walk along the sidewalks of Park Avenue in Winter Park and meander through the exhibits in Central Park to view all the art entries of the festival. While not taking-in the art, visitors can enjoy live music and entertainment on the Central Park Stage, snacks and meals from the many food vendors or children's workshops hosted by Crealdé School of Art. The festival is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on both days. Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic Raise your glass on Friday and Saturday night, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, 2014, the Fifth Annual Food & Wine Classic returns to the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort features wines from around the world and a variety of culinary dishes prepared by award-winning chefs and kick back with live entertainment and fireworks. Looking to impress friends with your knowledge of wines, cocktails and beer? Informative and educational seminars begin at 4:30pm and last approximately one hour. Celebrate Latin Food Take a tasty-trip to Crane's Roost Park in Altamonte Springs for the Orlando Latin Food and Wine Festival, October 18, 2014 from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. This unique festival brings 20,000 consumers to taste the Latin flavors of Central Florida's restaurants, as well as wine, beer and spirits. Join in the celebration of Orlando's Hispanic community with live music, art and chef stage demonstrations. If it's frightful fall fun you're seeking, then check out our Halloween in Orlando page. But be prepared for a scream of a good time - you've been warned.

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    Fall Festival Fun in Orlando
  • By Eileen Ogintz Huge outdoor sculptures. Giant water playgrounds. Sports tournaments. There's a lot more to Orlando than theme parks-and a lot of ways to stretch your vacation dollar while having plenty of fun, especially in September, the cheapest month of the year to visit with deals up to half off. See Orlando Activities Under $20  Here are six ways to have fun outside the theme parks this September: 1.  Make it a museum morning. The Mennello Museum of American Art with its terrific outdoor sculpture garden is just $5; kids six and under are free and those up to 18 visit for a dollar. The Orlando Museum of Art, has daily free gallery activities with $8 adult admission; $5 for kids 4-17. 2.  Take in a show. Cirque de Soleil - La Nouba at Downtown Disney has $49 tickets available in September; The Blue Man Group at Universal Orlando Resort has tickets starting at $60, $30 for kids and less for Florida residents. It doesn't cost anything to walk around Downtown Disney Area or Universal Orlando's CityWalk. 3.  Relax poolside. Orlando hotels are famous for their pool complexes and you want to make sure to have time to enjoy them. Order a pizza and eat dinner watching the kids play. 4.  Join the fans at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney Resort-everything from baseball to gymnastics, cheer and dance, lacrosse and soccer are played here . 5.  Try a new restaurant. September is Magical Dining Month with three-course dinners for just $33 all over town. 6.  Play Mini golf. There are lots of courses to choose from, many offering discounts. What's your first pick? Eileen Ogintz is the author of the Kid's Guide to Orlando and she writes the syndicated column and website TakingtheKids. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all the ways you can save and have fun during Magical Deals Month in Orlando. Vacation dreams come true for the whole family at our theme parks, water parks and resorts. Let Visit Orlando make planning your vacation even more fun. Request a free Orlando Vacation Planning Kit.

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    September in Orlando - Beyond the Theme Parks
  • Yahoo! (Clap clap) HOOP-DEE-DOO! It's time to grab your cowboy hat and dust off your best pair of boots. The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is celebrating 40 years at Walt Disney World Resort. If you're a first timer or a regular, get ready for the most family fun you'll have this side of the Mississippi. See Our Video Tribute:  One of the longest running dinner shows in the United States, the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground, delivers a zany hootenanny three times a night in the replica of an Old West dance hall. Since Sept. 5, 1974 the show has presented more than 37,000 performances to more than 10.5 million guests. Three times a night, you can enjoy a slice of Americana, old-fashioned family fun and heaping helpings of good, down- home food.   Family style, all-you-care-to-eat buckets of chicken, ribs, cornbread and sides are served while performers sing, dance and act their way through the timeless classic. Marinated grilled salmon, squash and zucchini are also on the table for healthier eaters. The characters have remained the same since the first curtain call and some of the cast members have been with show since its early beginnings. Jim Handy and Flora Long are the lead singers. Johnny Ringo and Claire de Lune are the main dancers. Six Bits Slocum and Dolly Drew round out the cast as the show's comic relief. There's been just one change to the Hoop-Dee-Doo menu since 1974 - the strawberry shortcake for dessert. When the show opened it served apple pie, but changed to shortcake in 1979. And we think it was a good move. It's most delicious part of the night. When was the last time you saw the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue? Did your plate look like this? If you haven't been, this is a show you don't want to miss on your next visit to Orlando. Prices range from $66.99 to 56.99 for adults and $35.99 to $29.99 for kids ages 3 to 9. (Price includes tax and gratuity.) Orlando's throng of dinner theater shows deliver world-class entertainment beyond the theme parks. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of exciting live performances, daring stunts, musical entertainment and finger-licking fun. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all the family fun you can have in Orlando. Vacation dreams come true for the whole family at our theme parks, water parks and resorts. Let Visit Orlando make planning your vacation even more fun. Request a free Orlando Vacation Planning Kit.

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    Disney’s Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue Celebrates 40 Years

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