Some Spooky Family Fun
Last updated on October 19, 2020
There is a variety of family fun events to enjoy this Halloween season with safety in mind, including an event for your 4-legged family members. Here is a list of some fun Halloween happenings in downtown!
Howl-O-Ween Pet Photos | October 20 | Woof Gang Bakery
Treat your pet to a spooky photoshoot at Woof Gang Bakery.
Trick or Treat Safe Zone | Now through October 31 | Orange County Library System and Orange County Regional History Center
Drop by a library branch and the History Center to pick up treats and crafts. And be sure to join them virtually the week of Halloween for spooky stories and events every day.
Halloween Hullabaloo | October 26 & 31 | Virtual hosted by Orange County Regional History Center
Let your imagination run wild with this spook-tacular live puppet show presented by the Orange County Regional History Center on Zoom.
Spooky History Storytellers | October 27 | Orange County Regional History Center
Join the History Center as they dive into some of the most spine-tingling stories from Florida’s past.
Creepy Artifact Showcase | October 28 | Orange County Regional History Center
On October 28, take a peek behind the curtain as the History Center unearths some of the most chilling, creepy, and just plain weird artifacts from their collection.
Monster Mask-erade: Discover Downtown | October 30 & 31 | Discover Downtown
Join the Downtown Development Board for a sweet treat from six feet at Discover Downtown’s Monster Mask-erade! They will have an outdoor trick-or-treat spot for children, child and adult costume contest, and bingo.
Movieola Hocus Pocus | October 31 | Lake Eola Park
Join the Downtown Development Board for a SPOOK-TACULAR evening at Lake Eola Park! On Saturday, October 31 at 7 pm, the Downtown Development Board presents Hocus Pocus on the East Lawn at Lake Eola Park. This free, family-friendly event is a fun and safe way to enjoy Halloween.