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ICON Park Offers Variety of Halloween Happenings

ICON Park HalloweenThe spookiest time of the year is almost here and Orlando’s ICON Park is ready to celebrate with a variety of Halloween happenings now through the holiday. There are discounted ticket offers and opportunities for kids to get a free rides on The Wheel and the carousel.

Through October 31st, bring your little princess, astronaut or cowboy out to ICON Park and they can ride The Wheel for free, plus the whole family can get 50 percent off the attraction as well (up to five tickets). Kids must be 12 and under and dressed up in their costumes to be eligible for the deal.

On October 29th during ICON Park’s trick-or-treating event, children 12 and under dressed up in their costumes can also get free ride on the Carousel on The Promenade.




ICON Park is bringing back its popular Halloween light show on The Wheel. Gather on The Lawn and watch as The Wheel’s 64,000 LED lights dance to the spooky soundtrack during a 10-minute production. Show schedule:

  • Friday, Oct. 28th at 8pm and 10pm
  • Saturday, Oct. 29th at 8pm and 10pm
  • Sunday, Oct. 30th at 8pm
  • Monday, Oct. 31st at 8pm

From 1pm to 3pm on Saturday, Oct. 29th, dress up in your costume and head over to ICON Park for Halloween trick-or-treating fun. Get all treats and no tricks at participating locations like The Wheelhouse, Museum of Illusions, Brother Jimmy’s Sloppy Joe’s, Tapa Toro, Tin Roof, In The Game and Ole Red.

While the kiddos are having a blast, mom and dad can sip on delicious spirits. The Wheelhouse Bar, The Lawn Bar and Sky Bar are offering a variety of specialty drinks from Oct. 22nd to 31st, including: Shark Attack, Smashin Pumpkins, Columbian Candy Corn, Black Magic Margaret’s, and The Apple of My Eye. There’s no shortage of ICON Park Halloween happenings.

ICON Park is at the center of the new Orlando Entertainment District. With free parking and conveniently located near I-4, Universal Boulevard and the Beachline, this premiere entertainment complex is easy to access for any Central Florida resident or Orlando tourist. ICON Park is a 20-acre, open-air, gate-free entertainment destination, with more than 50 amazing restaurants, funky bars, boutique shops, and attractions, all anchored by The Wheel, which stands 400 feet – 40 stories – in the air. Other attractions include SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium, Madame Tussauds Orlando and Museum of Illusions Orlando.

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