If you like scary movie marathons, haunted houses, and monster events, then Orlando is the place to be this weekend! Follow along with our weekend guide to see where all the fun and spooky things to do in Orlando this weekend.
Whether you like watching scary movies in the theater, or outside with the family, Orlando has plenty of options this weekend for binge watching. Grab your pumpkin spice lattes and your popcorn and check out some of these awesome events!
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Universal Cinemark at CityWalk - Fright Nights
Miss the feeling of walking down a dark movie theater alley? Great news! Universal Cinemark at CityWalk Orlando is now open and is offering Fright Nights during the weekends in October.
View cult classics like a Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and this weekend’s Halloween (2018). Tickets start at just $5 dollars, and there are plenty of times throughout the day.
OCT 16 | 12PM–10PM
Universal Cinemark at CityWalk
These haunted houses at Universal Studios Orlando might be during the day, but they will surely scare the daylights out of you! New this year, Universal Studios Orlando is introducing 2 haunted houses during their normal daylight hours.
Enjoy Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives, and Revenge of the Tooth Fairy, with twisted artistry like never before. These haunted houses are included in normal theme park admission for Universal Studios Orlando and are happening on weekdays, and weekends.
DAILY | 9AM–5PM
Universal Studios Orlando
Crescent Cinema: Hocus Pocus
The Sanderson Sisters are back, but this time it’s on an outdoor screen! Gather the family this weekend and head to Crescent Park in Laureate Park to watch Hocus Pocus at Crescent Cinema in Orlando.
Everyone is welcome to join in costume, just not too spooky for the little ones, and there will be seasonal treats like kettle corn, funnel cakes, and donuts for sale. Follow along on their Facebook page for creative offerings and a surprise spooky guest appearance this weekend.
OCT 17 | 6PM–9PM
Crescent Park in Laureate Park
11th Annual Día de los Muertos & Monster Event
Looking for a fun and creative way to celebrate Dia de los Muertos this year? Check out City Art’s 11th Annual Dia de los Muertos & Monster event! This weekend, City Art located in downtown Orlando, will showcase Day of the Dead and Halloween themed art exhibits and vendors recognized from around the world.
This unique art experience will also offer live performances, themed food and drinks, and spooky entertainment and vendors. Tickets are only $5 dollars for this cultural event in Orlando this weekend.
OCT 15 | 5PM–10:30PM
City Arts, 39 South Magnolia Avenue
Local Business Spotlight
What better way to celebrate fall this weekend in Orlando than with a warm bowl of curry and rice. Tabla Indian Restaurant is open and ready to dine in, or pick it up to go!
With delicious Indian, Chinese, and Thai cuisine, you’ll be sure to please everyone’s palette in your party. Might we recommend the Naan? You won’t be disappointed. Check out their website for their full menu and other locations.
Sunday–Thursday | 11:30AM–9PM
Friday–Saturday | 11:30AM–10PM
📍 216 N Park Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Sunday–Saturday | 11:30AM–11PM
📍 5847 Grand National Dr, Orlando, FL 32819