Screamin’ Green Hauntoween resurrected at Crayola Experience Orlando
Screamin’ Green Hauntoween returns to the Crayola Experience with the same name but with brand new spook-tacular attractions and hue-rific activities the whole family can enjoy.
The event kicked off on Sept. 25 and runs through Oct. 31, giving kids the chance to discover rare, Halloween-inspired colors and monster-ific crayon characters as they make their way through five frightfully fun fall activities.
In addition to Crayola Experience’s 28 year-round, hands-on activities, guest can journey around the attraction in a spooky scavenger hunt to find a series of Halloween colors.
The quest takes explorers through an ancient Egyptian tomb with a talking Pharaoh head, into a kind-of-creepy forest and across a rickety bridge in search of a timber wolf, and through color wormholes with a galactic mining skeleton.
Along the way, visit with a 3D Bride of Frankenstein and take a selfie with a pumpkin-loving zombie and an aromatherapist vampire.
Kids who find all of the rare Halloween colors can turn in their completed scavenger hunt for a prize.
Other limited-time seasonal fun includes creating a witch’s castle, becoming the star of a creepy coloring page, making slippery Crayola slime, taking part in pumpkin decorating, sinking your teeth into yummy Halloween-themed snacks and drinks, and going trick-or-treating.
There is an extra fee for pumpkin decorating and slime-making. Trick-or-Treating takes place on Saturdays and Sundays only.
All guests are allowed to wear costumes during Screamin’ Green Hauntoween, but no costume masks are allowed.
This seasonal event is included with Crayola Experience admission.
Teachers, military, law enforcement, EMTs, and firefighters qualify for a free Annual Pass, available on-site only.
Unable to visit during Hauntoween? Have no fear! Families can still have a colorful time by purchasing the Crayola Experience at Home Monster-ous Halloween Adventure Kit.
It’s a hands-on, video-guided adventure through Crayola Experience that sends kids on a quest to save Crayola crayons from monstrous mayhem.
The video includes two-and-a-half hours of activities, such as a zombie drawing lesson with a Crayola artist, with easy instructions that make it appropriate for youngsters.
Other activities include creating a monster mask and a spider backpack, make-your-own-mummy, plus a Monster Translator that turns witches, mummies, and ghouls back into crayons.
All supplies are included in the kit, which is delivered straight to your doorstep.
For more information or to purchase tickets or Adventure Kits, visit CrayolaExperience.com/Orlando.