Today we continue our coverage of Holiday events from Coast to Coast at SeaWorld Orlando.
Lots of holiday fun to be had all around the park including snow, food, carolers, Sesame Street and floating trees!
Let's check it out!!
Getting into the holiday spirit this evening at SeaWorld Orlando. Originally went for a shopping trip but stayed for the food and lights!
The Waterfront is where it’s at for lights, music and lots of SNOW!
The holiday food and drink booths are no joke. The sampling lanyard, especially with a discount, is an awesome value. My previous visit I had totchos, bread pudding cone, and a few craft beers, which were all delicious!
Had some Mac and Cheese and S’mores in a cone. And beer. All good!
It’s a bit warm in Orlando right now (70 degrees) but that doesn’t stop us from gathering around the fire for some Christmas carols.
The Sea of Trees light up and dance to the music a few times throughout the evening.
I didn’t get a chance to attend the shows tonight, but Winter Wonderland on Ice is always a crowd favorite.
Rudolph’s Christmastown has returned, and there was quite a line to meet the famous reindeer and his pals.
Happy to see so many holiday decorations at Sesame Street. Love the rubber ducky in Ernie’s hat! They also have a Christmas parade usually running twice daily as well.
As always, SeaWorld Orlando has put together another wonderful Christmas event. Hopefully I can make it back there once or twice before it ends on December 31!
Over the weekend we were invited out to Busch Gardens Tampa to experience this years Christmas Town.
Lots of food and fun was in store and we can't wait to visit more this season.
Written by Steve Burant and Jennifer King-Burant
Chicken and Waffles go with Beer Cheese Soup right? Because both were amazing.
A Christmas Town Tradition
Loaded Mashed Potatoes with Turkey and Gravy, shredded cheese, bacon and sour cream. No diets during the holidays!!
It's the Christmas Turkey!!
Sing Along Train!!
Lots of lights to see everywhere
Oh, we had to take a look at Iron Gwazi construction.
Don't forget, train reveal tomorrow at IAAPA!!
The cracker of nuts
You had us at Penguins!!
Model trains are the best
Saturday night was pretty busy, so we came back on Monday night and as you can see, the crowds were nice and light.
No melt snow people. Snow Persons?
SANTA! I KNOW HIM.
Lots of pretty lights to see as the sun goes down
Welcome to K758U QXAZ!
Or could it be the North Pole?
Yeah, you're gonna have a lot to eat.
Thanks Busch Gardens for having us out to enjoy the event. We love it!!
It's a new week and we're back with some amazing Halloween Event updates from this past weekend.
Today we're in Tampa as Renee and Tyler were there for opening night to take in the 20th anniversary of this awesome event.
Let's check it out!!
Written by Renée Girar
We’re walking down the blood stained carpet at Busch Gardens Tampa for the 20th anniversary of Howl O Scream!
Already making new friends.
Festive scares all around among the Dia de los Muertos.
Our first house of the night and returning for a second year is Insomnia: Patients’ Revenge.
Taking a break for some snacks and drinks before heading into more scares.
Enjoyed some scares from the south at one of our returning favorites, Death Water Bayou: Wrath of the Queen.
Rocking out with these creepers in the Hell on Wheels scare zone.
I managed to escape the cage.
Ventured into Simon’s Slaughterhouse, but would have enjoyed it a lot more if the team member guests behind us didn’t have their phone flashlight lit the entire time.
The meat market is not vegetarian friendly!
Motel Hell: Infestation is back for more, and this time, they might need an exterminator.
I appreciate some of the repeat houses, because most of them are awesome. But I think The Black Spot has lived its life and I wouldn’t mind seeing something new here next year.
Back row night rides on Kumba? Yes please!
You never know who, or what, you might encounter along the dark pathways of the park.
The Residence was the one new house this year. Unclear of the storyline, but some good scares.
Looks like Busch Gardens is doing one of those coffin challenges next week. I would love a 24 hour nap!
If a rabbit with a chainsaw is what you think of when you think of Deadly Toys, then you’d be right.
The Trickster, one of the event’s previous icons, made an appearance for the 20th anniversary.
Here’s to 20 years of fear! Busch Gardens always knows how to put on a fantastic Halloween event!