Trick or Treat on The Street

Photo Courtesy of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc.

Are you looking for something fun to do with the kids on weekends this fall? Well, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has you covered. Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM starting October 3 to November 1, you can enjoy contact-free trick-or-treating. Of course, safety is a top priority at Busch Gardens, so they have implanted safety precautions such as, temperature screenings upon park entry, face coverings are mandatory while in the park, social distancing and increased hand sanitization stations.

Photo Courtesy of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc.

While all guests will be allowed to dress in costume, there are some rules that must be followed. You can find a copy of those on the Busch Gardens Tampa Bay website here. There will also be an assortment of additional activities for the whole family to take part in. After contact-free trick-or-treating you can also partake in cookie decorating with Cookie Monster, physically distant photo opportunities with Sesame Street friends like Big Bird, Oscar and Count von Count in their finest Halloween attire, or the Count’s Not-Too-Spooky Howl-O-Ween Radio Show.

Photo Courtesy of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc.

These activities are all included with regular park admission. Although, reservations are required for park entry. Event dates and details are subject to change and/or cancellation without prior notice. You can purchase your tickets or make reservations by clicking here.

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JN is a graduate of the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies. During her time at Daytona State College, JN was also an active member of the student photography association, an editor on In Motion, the school newspaper and the managing editor on Aeolus, the school literary magazine. After graduating, JN became a staff writer and photographer for a local community driven publication. Now, she spends her time writing for Streaming the Magic. In her spare time Justina goes on location to local theme parks to take photos for her publications.

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