Sea World HalloweenSea World Orlando: Trick or Treat at Sea World for adults
From Luan Hinds-PriceHas anyone gone to the Halloween nights at Sea World?? I was wondering, due to one of my girl friends & I are going to Orlando for 7 days & leaving the hubbies at home lol--this will be her 1st trip to Florida can ya believe it--my gosh I go at least 1 a yr. & I was wondering do the adults trick or treat at Sea World or is it just for the little "kids" This sight covers a vast of info & has been keeping me informed on all sorts of rumors & news. Keep up the great job!!
Posted October 1, 2006 at 10:57 PM
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From Erik YatesThe trick or treating is primarily for the little kids. The other thing about this is that its during the day, not a seperately ticketed event. They do have a few shows at the end of the day, like the Clyde and Seamore show and the Shamu show both get changed to a spooky halloween show, but the trick or treating is just for kids.
Posted October 2, 2006 at 3:16 AM
From steve leeThe Pets Ahoy show adds a few things for Halloween as well. Definitely take your kids to that one, as it's one of the better animal shows.
Posted October 2, 2006 at 9:14 AM
From Wendy NeeldAs the others noted, the trick-or-treating is for the little ones, and it's mainly set up on the loop around Shamu stadium. Kids are also welcome to come to the park in costume on "event" days, and I always enjoy seeing all the little princesses and power rangers. You'll also definitely want to bring your camera as the costumed characters will be out in force, particularly in the afternoon. Last year, there was a special "candy maker" event at the Seafire Inn; I don't know if that will be repeated. And, as someone else already noted, be sure you hit the Halloween Pets Ahoy show - it's a lot of fun! Oh, and don't miss the pirate skeletons around the Clyde & Seymour stadium; they're great fun. Hope you have a grand time!
Posted October 2, 2006 at 1:16 PM
From Luan Hinds-PriceThanks a lot for all the info. It is greatly appreciated.
Posted October 7, 2006 at 7:21 AM
It's just going to be us girls--our kids are grown. I believe we will probably go anyway. I have tickets for the MM Halloween party & I know u can "Trick or Treat" there even if u are an adult lol.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone! Thanks again
From Erik YatesIf you want to hear more about what to do with your families for Halloween, then check out this weeks IOACentral Radio show. Trick or Treat: GET SHORTY! We talk about all kinds of family stuff, and have loads of fun.
Posted October 12, 2006 at 7:05 PM
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