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Trick or Treat…It’s Time for Halloween at Walt Disney World Resort

Lisa Mendillo

by , Communications Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Grim Grinning Ghosts aren’t the only ones coming out to socialize at Walt Disney World Resort, so are lots of families who are headed to celebrate Halloween at Magic Kingdom Park this season.

The popular, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party kicked off August 25, and there are many more spooktacular parties scheduled from now through November 1, 2017. The parties are perfect for kids of all ages, hence the “not-so-scary” theme, and all family members are encouraged to dress in their best Halloween costume. There are guidelines to follow, so make sure you read through the official costume guidelines. Moms Panelist Jane D., also has some great advice when concocting your costume for this year’s event.

Moms Panel Monday: Trick or Treat … It’s Time for Halloween at Walt Disney World Resort

The nighttime, special ticket event is filled with amazing entertainment, delectable treats and everyone’s favorite, Mickey’s “Boo to You” Halloween Parade. Led by none other than the Headless Horseman himself, the parade is packed with Disney characters dressed in their favorite Halloween attire. Ghoulish floats filled with villains, pirates and princesses make their way down Main Street U.S.A. while smoke and eerie music fills the air, shares Crystal B.

Many of your favorite attractions are also in operation during the party. From thrill rides such as Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, to classics like Pirates of the Caribbean and Peter Pan’s Flight there is something for everyone. And oh yes, the spirits at The Haunted Mansion are dying for you to visit them this Halloween season. (Please note, all attractions and experiences are subject to change without notice.)

A Halloween party would not be complete without trick-or-treating, and this party is no exception to the rule. Grab your bag and fill it with goodies at candy stations throughout the park. Food allergies? Not a problem. Priscila N. says upon your arrival to the party simply ask a Cast Member for your teal treat bag. When trick-or-treating with this bag, you will be given a teal token at each treat station. At your convenience, you may redeem your token at the Allergy-Friendly Centers to receive your special treats.

Speaking of treats, did we mention the Pumpkin Cheesecake Dome with a graham cracker streusel base, topped with a white chocolate Mickey? Or the Mickey-shaped Cinnamon Roll with orange icing and a chocolate spider web? Many of these seasonal treats can be found at the Magic Kingdom Park throughout the day, while others may only be found during the party.

For more tips on planning your fiendishly fun night out at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, or to ask questions about planning your next Disney vacation be sure to visit DisneyParksMomsPanel.com for a personalized response from our knowledgeable panel.

Comments

  • Will there still be trick-or-treating at the resorts?

  • How much is the extra ticket charge?

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