Disney’s The Magic Kingdom is home to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, a special event that takes place every year in September and October. Many of those who have attended this event in the past few years claim that it is the best party at Disney World.
Kids are encouraged to come dressed to impress. At least half of the people who come here wear costumes. Guest can experience the one-of-a-kind Mickey’s Halloween Parade, enjoy spectacular fireworks, and trick-or-treat with their favorite Disney characters.
As its name suggest, this yearly event is “not-so-scary.” Grownups and children alike are encouraged to trick-or-treat around the Magic Kingdom while dressed up in Halloween costumes. The special effects are all around you.
The park feels different on party nights. Guests who have purchased tickets can trade them for a wristband indicating that they are attending Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. The wristbands feature a whole new design this year! The Magic Kingdom doesn’t completely close before this event.
As you arrive at the entrance of the Magic Kingdom, a giant Mickey pumpkin greets you. Walk inside and you will receive a trick-or-treat bag. Guests can enjoy the return of Alice & Mad Hatter’s Treat Party between Tomorrowland and Storybook Circus.
This themed walkway features lighted decorations and candies for those with a sweet tooth. There is plenty of candy to fulfill all of your sugary needs at this special event that lasts from 7:00 PM to midnight.
This is the perfect event to put you in the spirit for Halloween time! If this is your first time attending the party, then you’re in for a real treat. Many of the park’s rides are open, and unique shows, trick or treating, fireworks, and exciting parades are offered.
Many families go the first time to see the parades or have fun in this special evening…and then going becomes a tradition! There are a limited number of party tickets, so the evening is not too crowded.
The main trick-or-treat locations include Pirates of the Caribbean queue and Next to Jungle Cruise in Adventureland, Fantasyland Railroad Station, Inside Pinocchio Village Haus, and Peter Pan’s Flight in Fantasyland, and Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress and Space Mountain in Tomorrowland.
Even adults can trick or treat at this special Halloween party! Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters will be dressed up in Halloween costumes while decorating the Magic Kingdom with pumpkins, lights, and candies.
Tickets for Halloween Night sell out early, so you should hurry up and get some for your family and friends! Disney’s Mickey’s not so scary Halloween party 2012 will be the best yet!