Halloween is ahead: Here are the big events

Posted at 6:58 PM, Sep 14, 2015
and last updated 2015-09-14 18:58:19-04
Doesn’t it feel like it was just the start of the summer?  
Yes, the fall season is fast approaching which can only mean one thing: Halloween!
There are many decisions we need to make for that holiday.  What candy should I buy to pass out to trick-or-treaters?  What costume should I buy for my children or myself?  But more importantly, WHAT CAN WE DO THIS HALLOWEEN SEASON!?
Here are just a few ideas to help make your decision making a little easier.
Busch Gardens Howl-o-Scream, Tampa.  It runs from October 1st-October 31st from 7:30pm-1am on select nights. Prices are as low as $60 in advance online or $90 at the gate.
Check their schedule: 
Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights, Orlando.  It runs from September 18th-November 1st on select nights from 6:30p-1am.  Prices are as low as $49.99.
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Family Friendly Halloween events:
SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular, Orlando.
Runs each weekend, October 3rd-31st from 12p-7pm
Free with general admission.  Prices are as low as $97.66 online.
For more information:
Walt Disney World, Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Orlando.
It runs September 15th-November 1st on selected nights from 7pm-12am.
Prices: Ages 3-9: $63; Ages 10 and up: $68.
For more information: 
ZooBoo at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa.  It runs October 3-4, 10-12, 17-19, 23-26, 30, and November 1 from 7p-10p weekdays and 7p-11p Weekends.
Admission: $18 for adults (12+), $14 for children (3-11).  Parking is FREE.
Guppyween at The Florida Aquarium, Tampa.  It runs Sunday, October 26 from 4p to 8p. 
Admission prices: Kids in Costume: $5.  Adults (age 12 yrs and older): $15 
Florida Aquarium Members: FREE admission