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#DisneyTweens – Boo-to-You at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party!

Raquel Giorgio

by , Public Relations Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Halloween time is coming, and with it Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World Resort! My tween daughter loves the holiday to dress up, but not in one of those scary costumes. This not-so-little girl prefers her princesses, fairies and superheroes!

And that’s why Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a perfect fit for her! There’s just the right amount of spooky sights, sounds and Disney Villains for big kids, with the familiar fun of seeing Mickey, Minnie and friends dressed in their own fabulous and not-so-scary costumes!

#DisneyTweens – Boo-to-You at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party!

This separate ticketed event is offered from 7 p.m. to midnight, after regular park hours, on select nights in September and October. In fact, this year‘s celebration lasts 29 nights! After dark, the park is transformed with music, lighting effects and unique entertainment experiences that only happen during this special event.

My tween has two favorite activities at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party that guarantee a ghoulishly good time! She loves to visit the multitude of treat stations set up throughout the park to collect yummy goodies for her Mickey Mouse pumpkin Trick or Treat bucket. And in between candy collecting, my daughter hops on and off her favorite attractions with ease … attractions that she usually must wait to ride during the busy daytime hours.

Have you taken your own tween to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and, if so, what do they love the most?

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  • I don’t know when the author goes to the party,but we went in the middle of October on a Thursday night and the rides were one to two hour wait times.

  • My peanut/tree nut allergic Disney Tween can’t wait to celebrate Halloween at Walt Disney World Resort! Great opportunity to dress up (what tween doesn’t love that?), ride favorite thrill rides, and trick or treat safely around the park!

  • We have been trying to come back for years! It’s definitely a,magical memory for our family!

  • Love the photo!! Can’t wait to visit from Australia in October. Really, really, excited!!!

  • I am looking forward to our MNSSHP this year. I know the kids can dress up as their favorite characters but I like to dress up too! In the past our group tried to dress up as a theme and it’s lots of fun for both adults and children. I’m looking forward to hearing that Disney will relax their new rule prohibiting adults from dressing up.
    Mary Ann

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