Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party
Disney’s Magic Kingdom on select nights in October for plenty of
not-so-spooky fun. Mickey’s not So Scary Halloween Party is ideal
for families traveling with kids; there are plenty of treats and not many
tricks on hand during this popular annual event.
The Magic Kingdom will be adorned with sweetly spooky touches, from Mickey
Mouse jack-o-lanterns to seasonal buntings and signs. Expect to see your
favorite Disney characters strolling the park in Halloween costumes as
well. This event is hosted by the Disney villains, so you’ll have
plenty of opportunities to secure autographs and photos with Maleficent,
Lady Tremaine and the Queen of Hearts.
Most of the Magic Kingdom’s most popular rides are open during Mickey’s
Not So Scary Halloween Party. Since the party is a closed, ticket only
event, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ride your favorites
without waiting in line. The most popular ride of the night? The Haunted
Mansion, which has been given a special Halloween-themed makeover complete
with holiday decor and live performers.
There are several dance party locations scattered throughout the park. Look
for music and dancing fun in Tomorrowland, Frontierland and on the main
stage at Cinderella’s Castle. Dance parties are ongoing, and you
can drop in and out at your leisure.
Trick or Treating:
Every party guest will receive a trick or treat bag, and designated trick or
treating stations are scattered throughout the park. Simply enter the
trick or treating path and hold out your bag for a cascade of sweet treats;
no tricks allowed.
From a towering two story Pumba to a full-sized sparkling pumpkin coach,
you’ll spot plenty of photo opportunities that only offered during
this event. Mickey;s Not So Scary Halloween Party is also host to some
rare Disney characters, some of whom you’ll rarely see elsewhere.
Snow White and all seven dwarfs have been known to show up in Fantasyland,
while you can get autographs from Lady Tremaine and the Wicked Stepsisters
in this area as well.
Boo to You and Hallowishes:
One of Disney’s best parades can only be seen during this special
event. The “Boo to You” parade kicks off each night in Frontierland,
with the Headless Horseman, who makes a daring dash down Main Street USA.
Themed floats featuring Disney princesses, fairies, villains and more
follow the horseman; look for the dance troupes and floats from the Haunted
Mansion, a parade favorite.
The night ends with Hallo-Wishes, a Halloween-themed version of the nightly
Wishes fireworks spectacular. This fireworks show is presented at Cinderella
castle, but can be seen just about anywhere in the park.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party requires a separate ticket
for admission; if you do not have a ticket for this event, you will need
to leave the Magic Kingdom on the night of the party. You can swap your
ticket for a party wristband the day of the event; you’ll need to
show your wristband to stay for the party. This is a fun, family event,
designed to appeal to kids of all ages and costumes are welcome.
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