From SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular®, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, the month leading up to All Hallow’s Eve is a busy time in Orlando. Celebrate Halloween with any of these different options that range from family-friendly amusement to downright frightening.If you want to enjoy hands-on Halloween fun during the day, visit SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular. Their Halloween “fantasea” is a family-friendly event where you can trick-or-treat, spend time with fanciful sea creatures, and create sea-themed arts.Mickey’s Not-So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom Park Walt Disney World® Resort is the perfect nighttime adventure for the family, especially those with younger children. Spend time with Mickey and his friends who will be dressed in their favorite costumes. Witness “Mickey’s Boo-To-You Halloween Parade” led by the Headless Horseman, and end the night watching “HalloWishes,” a green and orange fireworks display with some of Disney famous villains.If you like fright and can handle a little (ok, a LOT) scarier thrills, then Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 26 is the perfect destination for you. The theme park comes alive with hordes of mutants, monsters, and maniacs. Explore nine haunted houses and five scare zones with terrifying surprises around every single corner. (There are safe zones where nothing will jump out at you and you can catch your breath.)Whatever you decide to do, you’ll have a blast celebrating Halloween in Orlando. Take your time and enjoy all three celebrations—all three events run throughout the month of October with two running on select dates in September as well. Check with each theme park for dates, ticket prices, and times. Have a great Halloween and stay safe!