As we’re sure you’re aware, fall is back! That means Halloween is right around the corner and you may finally be able to give your air conditioning some much needed rest for a few months. Tampa Bay may not seem like the perfect place to celebrate autumn, but there are plenty of haunted Halloween and fun fall events in 2016. Keep reading to find one that gets you out of the AC for the day.
Tampa Bay Fall Festivals and Halloween Events 2016
Largo: Halloween Spooktacular at Largo Central Park: Saturday, Oct. 25 from 2 to 6 p.m. bring the whole family to the park for fall festivities, bounce houses, a petting zoo, hay maze, Treat Trail and more.
Clearwater: 13th Annual Boo Bash – Monday, Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Bright House Field enjoy this free and safe community Halloween celebration, featuring interactive kids areas, games, hayrides, costume parade and, of course, candy!
St. Petersburg: TASCO Field of Screams: “The Asylum” – Not a family friendly event, from Friday, Oct. 28 to Monday, Oct. 31 from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. experience the voted #1 scare in Tampa Bay. You will be challenged to escape “the Asylum,” navigate through the woods, survive inmate encounters, and flee to safety. Yikes!
Safety Harbor: Spooktacular Ghost Hunts: Thursday, October 27th 4:30-5:30 pm at Folly Farms. Everyone has hunted eggs, now you can hunt ghosts! Hunts and activities begin at 4:30 pm.
Tampa: Tampa Theatre Halloween Movies: The historic theater is presenting nine classic Halloween-themed movies from Oct. 23 to Oct. 31. Screenings include The Conjuring, The Shining, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Poltergeist and more.
Tampa: Florida Aquarium’s Guppyween: Oct. 29 and 30 will bring wild animals, ghosts, and princesses to the aquarium. Trick-or-treaters can gather candy among over 20,000 sea creatures with entertainment and treats provided!
Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens, running from Sept. 23 through Oct. 20, this fall Halloween event is a spooky Tampa Bay classic.
Brick-or-Treat at Legoland Florida runs throughout October and is more family-friendly than frightening. Trick-or-treat along the Brick or Treat Trail, see the world’s largest LEGO jack-o-lantern and enjoy a Halloween-themed fireworks show.
Creatures of the Night at Lowry Park Zoo has scares and startles, but no horror or gore here. Experience scare zones and encounter animals at night with the whole family.
Contact Blair’s Air For Fall HVAC Help
Happy haunting this Halloween and the rest of the fall season! Don’t forget to contact the heating and cooling experts at Blair’s Air should any spooky things happen to your HVAC system this fall.