The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye has added a 400-foot tall spider web with giant creepy-crawlies and a new light show.
“Spooky Nights and Spider Frights” will run through November 4.
A 60-foot spider and ten of its eight-legged friends will take over the top of the Eye building creating a great photo op. Visitors can use a themed Snapchat filter to get a shot of the action.
The Halloween show includes 64,000 LED lights on the tallest observational wheel of the United States East Coast.
A kaleidoscopic ten-minute synchronized show to an iconic Halloween soundtrack will run at 8 p.m. nightly with an additional 10 p.m. show Friday and Saturday.
Even the Eye’s capsules have been transformed into one of four spooky Halloween themes. Sneaky spiders, petrified pumpkins, ghoulish ghosts and frightening fall decorations round out the view from the top of the Eye.
“Orlando is fast becoming the world’s Halloween Vacation Capital and we are thrilled to bring our guests a spellbinding program of spooky family fun and the ultimate spider-selfie!” said Jacob Kristensen, general manager of the Orlando Eye.
Adult Florida residents can ride the Eye for $22.50, children are charged $17.50.