The Official Ticket Center Inc. ~ From pumpkin fishes to friendly sea witches, Halloween meets the sea this October during SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular, carving an underwater “fantasea” where children can dance with an ice DJ, play with sea fairies and learn from a school fish. Included in a single day’s park admission, Halloween Spooktacular begins each day at 12 p.m. October 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25, 30 and 31, 2009 and leaves even the littlest of trick-or-treaters wide-eyed for the day’s activities ahead. SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular is an ocean full of fun filled with enchanted pathways and charming sea creatures, providing the utmost in family-friendly trick-or-treating.
Spooktacular Highlights Include:
Cookie Decorating Station – Kids and parents alike can create their own Halloween-themed cookies at a special decorating station decked out with Spooktacular loot. The kit – available for a small charge — includes a souvenir lunch box filled with a jumbo sugar cookie, toppings ranging from icing and sprinkles to M&M’S®, and milk or apple juice to wash it all down.
Trick-or-Treat Sea Sweets – Offering more than 3 million pieces of trick-or-treat sweets, costumed youngsters can search for hidden “sea” treasures using their Spooktacular maps at more than a dozen different stations. Each station features an array of sweet treats, including a variety of candies and healthy choice options like Pretzel Crisps and Chiquita® Mini’s ™ – a sweeter tasting banana that’s just the right size!
Frozen Fun Zone – A DJ will “melt the ice” during a celebration sure to warm up the area with interactive games and activities at Wild Arctic Plaza.
Strolling Entertainment – Gummy Worm Wanda, Salt Water Taffy, and Swedish Fish Suzy are among the 35 fanciful sea creatures that will join the “Spook-tastic” fun, welcoming trick-or-treaters as they stroll through colorful, playful schools of pumpkin fish.
More SeaWorld Halloween Fun:
SeaWorld’s Spooky Spectacular Sleepovers (Oct. 16, 17, 23 and 24, from 6 p.m. – 9 a.m.) Families can snuggle into a spooky slumber surrounded by exotic fish, rays, and sea dragons inside the floor-to-ceiling aquariums at Manta. A pizza dinner and breakfast are also included. Cost is $78 per person or $103 to include park admission for the following day. Program is for children in grades K-5 and their families.