60-foot spider arrives on Orlando's 'biggest web'

- Friday the 13th brings the arrival of the newest addition to Orlando’s Halloween scene: An invasion of spider-centric social media opportunities, including a 60-foot arachnid and 400-foot web (the largest on the East Coast), tailor made for sharing on the “Web.”

As the world’s Halloween Vacation Capital℠, Orlando features an unparalleled 10 weeks of highly-themed holiday experiences including seasonal attractions, special events, hotel packages, and even the largest horror convention in the nation.

“Orlando does Halloween on a scale like nowhere else,” said George Aguel, president and CEO of Visit Orlando, the official tourism association for the region. “And we know that social sharing is a big part of Halloween, it’s even the most Instagrammed day of the year, so we are showcasing that our themed vacation experiences create both unforgettable memories and the world’s coolest photo opportunities.”
The newest additions launched this week include:

  • Giant Spider Selfies and Light Show: Photo opportunities with a 60-foot spider that overran the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye, turning the 400-foot observation wheel into a massive spider web. The lair gets even spookier at night with a 10-minute kaleidoscopic light show synchronized to an iconic Halloween soundtrack.
  • Limited-time Custom Snapchat Filter: Now through Halloween, a new custom Orlando Halloween snapchat filter frames the unforgettable photo opportunities for visitors to share their own Spider Selfie with friends and family.
  • Social media video starring Orlando’s “Spider Dog”: Adding a “trick” to these treats is a social media video of Orlando’s “Spider Dog,” a prankster pup who scurried about in spider costume, scaring unsuspecting guests in the dark of night.

For a full list of Halloween events and attractions throughout Orlando, visitors wanting to plan a ghoulish getaway can visit the destination’s new web page, VisitOrlando.com/Halloween and follow #OrlandoHalloween on Visit Orlando’s social media channels.

 

Information provided by Visit Orlando.
 

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