After being closed since Tuesday due to Hurricane Ian, Universal Orlando has made the decision to start the reopening process with Volcano Bay, and tonight’s Halloween Horror Nights event.
As Hurricane Ian gets nearer to Central Florida, a lot of attractions are closing, and events are being cancelled.
Here is the current list of closings, postponements, cancellations and more. I’ve just listed the days of the week below, but for clarification I’m referring to: Tuesday, September 27; Wednesday, September 28; Thursday, September 29; and Friday, September 30, 2022.
This list will be updated as needed on a daily basis, so please bookmark it.
Rosen Hotels & Resorts has activated its Florida Resident Distress Rates, giving evacuees a safe, affordable place to call home as they ride out Hurricane Ian.
The Orlando Museum of Art will look a lot like Christmas when the 36th annual Festival of Trees returns November 11-20, 2022.
It’s Halloween season, and all the of the pirates at the Pirates Dinner Adventure have turned into Vampirates for select shows from Sept 19 – Oct 31, 2022.
Orlando Weekly’s Orlando Burger Week returns to celebrate Central Florida restaurants from September 14-28, 2022.
During this promotion, participating restaurants will be offering $7 burger specials to enjoy, with sides and drinks extra.
Starting September 1, Teak Neighborhood Grill is hosting its 4th Annual “Burger World Tour” at its restaurants, offering a different burger each day for only $7.
Taverna Opa has been delighting Orlando foodies for years with its Greek food and fun, and CitySurfing Orlando was recently invited to a media preview of its Visit Orlando Magical Dining Menu.