Vote of the week: Which theme park's Halloween event do you want to attend?
Published: September 10, 2010 at 9:31 AM
I'm breaking this vote into two parts - one for Orlando and one for Southern California, since those are the two markets which host multiple events. (Everywhere else, there's basically just one game in town.)
Busch Gardens, Disney, Universal and Knott's host "hard ticket" events, where you have to pay an extra fee for a special event that runs after normal park hours. The events at Legoland, SeaWorld and Six Flags are part of a normal admission. Busch Gardens', Knott's and Universal's events are strictly for grown-ups, while Disney, Legoland and SeaWorld are for the kiddies (or young at heart). Six Flags' event is a mix, with more family-friendly stuff during the day and adults-only scare zones at night.
Pick one event in each market that sounds most like what you'd like - or pick the one that you're most looking forward to attending, if you'll actually be going to one or more of these events.
Legoland California is campaigning for votes through its Twitter account, so keep that in mind when looking at the results below.
Update #2: Okay, you don't like voting disclaimers in the article, since most folks are seeing them *before* they vote. And the voting tool for this part of the vote is just wacked, anyway. The poll's supposed to be open until Tuesday morning. If it shuts down again before that, blame an escaped evil spirit from Knott's, or something.]
Let's hear your thoughts on this year's theme park Halloween events, in the comments. And thanks again for reading Theme Park Insider.