Universal Studios Hollywood has revealed two exciting new announcements for its annual Halloween event, Halloween Horror Nights, and an extra spooky treat for younger guests.
The hotels of the Disneyland Resort are getting in on the spooky Halloween fun this year, and we’ve got five fun ways for you to extend your Halloween Time experience before or after a great day at the parks.
After the popular “Trick ‘r Treat” scare zone at Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) Orlando last year, both Universal Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood are bringing the cult classic film to life with a full-length haunted house in 2018. [Read more…]
The Halloween party that’s built for kids, Brick or Treat, is back at Legoland Florida Resort for nine dates this October.
Kids (and adults) with food allergies can finally join in the candy-collecting fun at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, because the Magic Kingdom has introduced a new allergy-friendly trick-or-treating policy for 2016. [Read more…]