Sea World’s Halloween Spooktacular: A Delightfully Fun Time!

The Top 5 was invited to a Spooky Media Day to sample Sea World‘s new Halloween Spooktacular. This is the perfect event for your little one, especially since it is during daytime hours (12 p m – 8 pm daily).  Featuring several special areas, including a pink and purple maze featuring Sesame Street’s Abby Cadabby and a cookie decoration table, wee ones can trick-or-treat through the Spooktacular Zone.

Sea World spared no expense with the character costumes, reminiscent of La Nouba designs, and visitors can pose for photo ops with a plethora of happy pumpkin fish, silly bugs, and fishy characters on stilts and skates.  There were tons of smiling faces as children danced to music with a DJ in the Polar Bear Zone and played one of the many carnival-style games.  Or children could get their energy out by climbing on a colorful ship or making their way through the largest crawl rope and tunnel maze I have ever seen. The entire Spooktacular seemed to be designed around pleasing little ones in a fanciful manner, and I believed Sea World succeeded!

And, for those older children who need a bigger thrill, there’s always the three rockin’ roller coasters as well as the penguins, dolphins, and sharks… oh my!

And, to see a bonus video of Top 5 editor Bess looking like a total clueless tourist, click here!



Filed under family, Fun, Sea World, Seasonal

4 responses to “Sea World’s Halloween Spooktacular: A Delightfully Fun Time!

  1. sandra

    loved the 3rd video….very Auer like!

  2. Love the video and review Bess. There seems to be so much hype about Spooktacular. I must go 😀

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