Nashville’s Gaylord Opryland Resort welcomes the fast-approaching spooky season with the announcement of the return of Goblins & Giggles. This seasonal lineup brings fall fun to all family travelers, Sept. 8–Oct. 29. From live entertainment to brand-new family events to seasonal activities, this year’s lineup is sure to amaze.
Great for kids of all ages, this fall’s Goblins & Giggles itinerary includes:
- The all-new Adventure Kids: A Spooky Celebration interactive show, where the Adventure Kids explore the planet in this frightfully fun journey
- Adventure Kids: Spook-tacular Scavenger Hunt
- Spookley Meet & Greet featuring Spookley the Square Pumpkin
- Trick or Treat Expedition
During the event, kids can also visit Adventure Kid’s Clubhouse to bring their inner artist to life through seasonally inspired crafts. Guests can also take the Ghouls Night Out Riverboat Ride through the resort’s 4.5-acre Delta Atrium. Families will love hearing about the resort’s plants and fish on a guided Fall Delta Riverboat Ride.
Overnight guests can put on their pajamas and join Morgana the Witch and Grimm the Goblin for in-room bedtime stories, teaching kids how Spookley the Square Pumpkin proved being different can save the day.
Other themed activities available include spooky animal encounters, light and fountain shows, a Boo-tanical Garden Tour and scary selfie spots. Additionally, the resort offers a special Goblins & Giggles package starting at $469 for a family of four to enjoy a one-night stay, two Adventure Kids: Spook-tacular Scavenger Hunt booklets, and two crafts at Adventure Kid’s Clubhouse.
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