One of the highlights of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Parties at Magic Kingdom Park is the spooky fireworks display, “Happy HalloWishes.”
In this nighttime spectacular, the Ghost Host from the Haunted Mansion welcomes you to “drop in” as Disney Villains, like Cruella de Vil, Jafar and Oogie Boogie, take control of the fireworks show. Take a look at the photo gallery above – if you’ve never attended a Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, you’ve never seen Cinderella Castle like this before!
Think you remember just about everything there is to know about the former Horizons attraction at Epcot? Put your knowledge to the test below!
Ultimate History Quiz: 17 Burning Questions About Epcot’s Horizons
In Horizon’s queue, which parties were asked to report to the Brava Centauri Departure Console?
The Transcon Starflash departed for Mesa Verde from which concourse?
Which is mentioned as the newest Centauri Space Station?
In the hologram phone conversation between mother and daughter, what kind of fruit do they discuss?
The narrator and his wife have what kind of pet?
Personal robots perform which of the following tasks?
What’s the name of the robot in the desert farming scene?
In the birthday cake baking scene, the words “candles” and “icing” are mistaken for?
Where is the “beach boy boyfriend” studying biology?
What transportation is the “beach boy boyfriend” is planning on taking to the birthday party?
What’s the name of the seal in the kids’ Discovery Dive class?
What underwater plant is mentioned as a new fuel source?
What sport is played in the health scene?
What are the names of boy and the dog that escape gravity?
In the birthday party scene, the boy’s mom announces they made ___ in honor of the occasion.
When Horizons guests chose their own destination to explore, their three choices were:
Were you obsessed with Future World in Epcot in the 1980s? At the time, attractions like Horizons, The Living Seas, World of Motion and the Astuter Computer Revue showed us how daily life, undersea exploration, future automobiles – and these new things called computers – may change life over the next few decades.
In honor of this week being Epcot’s anniversary, we’re taking a look back at what these attractions taught us about the future…way back in the 1980s.
Not even on Halloween can sisters Anastasia and Drizella behave themselves. In this week’s Disney Doodle, the sisters are at it again, tug-of-warring over candy at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
Thanks to Ashley Taylor for the doodle.
For more from the Disney Doodle series, visit the posts below:
Check out these cuties at Magic Kingdom Park. They sure are excited about receiving Mickey balloons.
What are they saying? You tell us. Go ahead and “Caption This” in the comments section below!
To wrap up our week of celebrating Magic Kingdom Park’s anniversary, we have one more treat to share with you – a brand-new desktop/digital wallpaper that was inspired by the best of the park’s elements.
Want to check out other designs? Visit our complete gallery of wallpapers here.
Earlier this week we celebrated the anniversary of Magic Kingdom Park and Epcot by sharing special images and videos.
Today, we’d like to share a photo slideshow of one of our favorite attractions – Spaceship Earth – to show how it has changed over the years. Enjoy!
In this week’s “Halloween How-To” video, we’re happy to share a tutorial on how you can make a simply amazing Haunted Mansion butler costume – using mostly repurposed and inexpensive materials you can find at your local craft store.
Check out the video below for step-by-step directions from Glen Howard from Walt Disney Parks & Resorts Creative Costuming.
Stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog for more tutorials on creating Halloween treats, decor and more.
For more from the “Halloween Ho-To” series, visit the post below:
Halloween How-To: Haunted Mansion Makeup Tutorials
Earlier this week we celebrated the return of the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival with 500 Disney Parks Blog readers at a special event in World Showplace.
Our guests dined on an impressive menu that included the “best-of” menu items that can be found at the festival this year. Some favorites were the Patagonia Inspired Beef Empanadas, Loaded Mac‘n’Cheese with Pepper Bacon, Chef Judi Truck Stop Burger, Drunken Blue Velvet & Cream Cheese mini-cakes.
Rob, The Disney Delivery Guy, also made his debut (surprise) appearance. Keep your eye out for this character on the blog and at our events in coming months!
Of course, being with our guests was the highlight of the event – especially when an impromptu dance-off took place to the Disney tunes supplied by the amazing DJ Elliot. To watch a full recap, check out the video above. For more photos from our event, follow the Disney Parks Blog on Instagram.
Are you loving the changes that Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has undergone over the past few years, such as the lovely new lobby and the debut of our very own Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto? To me, the resort is looking better than ever!
To celebrate the fact that Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort originally opened this week back in 1971, Jason “Tiki” Tackett has created our latest wallpaper, which mimics the original folio covers for the resort in 1971. According to Jason, “it’s a simple wallpaper, featuring the tiki icon, arms extended in the spirit of welcoming and aloha.”