Looking for something to do this fall in Orlando?
Here are our picks for the Top Ten Things to do in Orlando in Fall 2020.
Walt Disney World
While Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween has been cancelled, there is still plenty of festive fall fun happening at the parks. Magic Kingdom is allowing guests of all ages to dress in Halloween costumes from now until October 31. There will be Halloween themed merchandise, food and drinks available, like the Pumpkin Spiced Waffle Sundae at Sleepy Hollow. Fall goodies can also be found at Disney Springs and throughout the Disney Resorts.
2020 marks 25 years of the Taste of Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. The new modified festival is running now through the fall, making this the longest festival in Walt Disney World history.
Now through November 1, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular returns this year. Kids of all ages can enjoy a trick-or-treat trail, Halloween maze, meet a mermaid, enjoy Count von Count’s Spooktacular Breakfast or decorate cookies with Cookie Monster himself.
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through November 1, adults can enjoy over 100 craft beers from breweries across Florida at Seaworld’s Craft Beer Festival.
Universal made the tough decision to cancel Halloween Horror Nights for 2020. But, fear not, you can still get your Halloween on until November 1st. There are two terrifying haunted houses to send shivers down your spine. Kids can trick-or-treat in Islands of Adventures and Halloween costumes are permitted.
Goblins and Giggles Getaway Weekends
The Gaylord Palms Resort is offering all the treats with their Goblins and Giggles Getaway Weekends now through October 31.
The package offers tons of family-friendly activities, including a new Castillo de San Marco ALIVE Ghost Experience, a trick or treating expedition, animal encounters, spooky bedtime stories, moonlight movies, and much more.
The Haunted Road: A Drive-Thru Halloween Experience
Central Florida’s first contactless, drive-through Halloween theatrical event. Watch a nightmarish twist on the tale of Rapunzel from the comfort of your car. Select weekends will also feature a daytime family-friendly event. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Visit The Haunted Road website for more information.
Southern Hill Farms
Located in Clermont, this U-pick farm is celebrating five years of hot apple cider donuts, roasting s’mores over fire pits, and offering pumpkins in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Children will be thrilled by festival rides, bounce houses and the petting zoo. For the adults there is craft beer, food trucks and big screen TV’s
Grande Lakes Orlando Fall on the Farm
Fall on the Farm will take place every Saturday and Sunday in October and November at the 18,000 square foot Whisper Creek Farm, located on-property at Grande Lakes Orlando. Festivities include a hayride, pumpkin picking, pumpkin carving, a farmer’s market, seasonal food and beverage and more. You can also book the professional photographer on site to grab those fall family photos.
Call 407-206-2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase tickets
Long and Scott Farms
This 1,200-acre family farm in Mount Dora is hosting their 18th annual corn maze and pumpkin patch. Get lost in their 6.5 acre corn maze! Jump on our huge jumping pillow, slide down our 60ft super slide, play on our giant castle-like playground. Not ready to tackle so many acres in the big maze? Try out their 0.5 acre mini maze for a shorter journey into the corn. Guests can also find a country market, a cafe and hayrides.
Corn Maze Orlando
The theme for this year’s corn maze is “Mission to Mars” allowing their guests to “get spaced out” at their socially distanced event. A fun new feature includes a phone app to help guests get out in case they get lost.
Showcase of Citrus Pumpkin Ponderosa
The Showcase of Citrus in Clermont is holding their second annual Pumpkin Ponderosa. Families can go pumpkin picking, make fall-themed arts and crafts, take a hayride, and snap some fall family photos. There are activities for all ages and spooky fall adult beverages are available in their Old Time Country Store. Best of all, parking and admission are free.
Sweet Potato Mash 5K – Winter Garden
Get in a 5K (3.1 mile) walk or run before Thanksgiving dinner on the down-and-back course along West Orange Trail. The trail is paved with some tree cover overhead. There will also be a Pumpkin Munchkin Run for the kids. Enjoy refreshments after the race like apple cider, and take advantage of their Photo Backdrop.