Every Halloween Walt Disney World throws a Fun for Family Halloween party, “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party”. This special event party is on select nights in September and October. The party is a hard ticket event, meaning you will need to purchase a separate ticket for entry.
The “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party” is held at The Magic Kingdom, which after 7pm is transformed into a fun spooky playground for trick or treaters of all ages. Families are encouraged to dress in their favourite character costumes. Please note to choose costumes that are not obstructive to the child’s view or that may be offensive to other park guests. Seen around the park are families dressed as The Incredibles, Fairy Princesses and Princes, Pirates, Alice in Wonderland & friends and many more Disney characters. www.disneyworld.disney.go.com
Upon entering The Magic Kingdom, everyone with the “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party” hard ticket is given a wristband, allowing them entry to the party. Don’t forget a cast member will provide you and your children with Trick or Treat bags for all the candy that you’ll be receiving. You are able to enter The Magic Kingdom with your special ticket after 4pm the day of the party. The party begins at 7pm, around dusk. Besides the over abundance of candy handed to you as you Trick or Treat around the special marked locations around The Magic Kingdom, there are Character Dance Parties, Happy HalloWishes – Fireworks spectacular, Special Disney Character Appearances, Mickey’s “Boo-to-you” Halloween Parade (twice nightly), Face Painting for children in Toontown and Disney’s Villains Mix and Mingles.
Disney puts on an amazing Halloween parade; especially since you can see your favorite characters dressed up in their Halloween costumes! This is a Must see: fifteen minutes before the parade precedes, the Headless Horseman rides down the path of the parade, the excitement has begun. The floats in the parade feature Disney Villains as well as your much-loved Disney friends. There are two parades, the first parade is Very crowded, but the second parade has fewer spectators. Review your “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party” guide map for exact times.
“Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party” is a fun spook-tacular special event that is Not to be missed. Prepare to go earlier rather than closer to Halloween. It can get crowded, however the average wait time for most rides is about 20 minutes.
Have a Blast! Share your candy loot with family and friends and most of all, remember “All your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them.” Walt Disney
Tips to take from “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party”-Spooky Fun filled event at The Magic Kingdom!
Buy your ticket Early! Halloween night sells out Fast! Purchase your tickets online at www.disneyworld.disney.go.com, at the park ticketing kiosks or by calling (407) WDISNEY.
Do not miss Mickey’s “Boo-to-you” Halloween Parade. Best standing area is in Frontierland or on Main Street. Get there Early!!!
“Happy HalloWishes” firework spectacular! The sky lights above Cinderella’s Castle with beautiful purple, orange and white sparkling fireworks. The Halloween firework spectacular starts at 9:30pm. Music is piped in to make the fireworks more memorable; sing along to all the popular Disney Halloween songs as you gaze upon the magical sky. Best location to view the “Happy HalloWishes” is anywhere around the circle in front of Cinderella Castle. Get there early and stake your place!
Book a hotel on property since the party lasts until midnight. Your tired feet and kids will thank you for staying on property. The Contemporary is located minutes from The Magic Kingdom via monorail. Don’t forget to book your character breakfast in the morning!
Bring your Disney PhotoPass! Most of the photo opportunities with the characters have a Disney photographer taking your photo with the characters or Disney props *Cinderella’s carriage. Utilize this PhotoPass during this special event and throughout your stay at the Walt Disney World.
3 key features about the PhotoPass:
1. Smile, reuse the pass at every park.
2. View your photos online at www.disneyphotopass.com
3. Shop! Purchase your prints and save on your 1st order!
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