Halloween has really become a popular holiday in the United States. Perhaps that fact is no more evident than at the Disney Parks.
The resorts affiliated with the parks take on black and orange decorations of their own, but the theme parks are really transformed for the season. This is especially true of the Disneyland Park in California and the Magic Kingdom Park in Florida.
Not only do these two locations get “dressed” for Halloween, they also host special parties dedicated to it. At Disneyland the party is known is Mickey’s Halloween Party. At the Magic Kingdom, they call it Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
With Halloween almost upon us, however, there are just a few opportunities left to take advantage of one of these parties.
Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland
Disney describes the event with:
“During Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland Park, there’s so much delightful and frightful family fun! This sensational seasonal event, part of Halloween Time at Disneyland Park, is held on select nights and continues past regular Park hours. You’re invited to dress up your little ones, don a costume of your own, trick-or-treat at the ultimate neighborhood—Disneyland Park.”
Remaining event nights include Wednesday, October 30th and Thursday, October 31st. Both nights the party runs from 6PM-11PM and includes Monsters U Dance Party at Tomorrowland Terrace, Halloween Screams, a boo-tiful fireworks spectacular and Mickey’s Costume Party Cavalcade as well as access to most Disneyland rides and attractions.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom of Walt Disney World
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is described by Disney with:
“Dress up in your favorite costume and collect delicious candy throughout Magic Kingdom park. You’ll soon discover all the boo-tiful ways that the spirits of the season have transformed the park into a happy haunted hallows! Many favorite Disney Characters are dressed in Halloween costumes, too. So come celebrate and scare up a good time!”
Guests may still attend the party on October 29th, October 31st, and November 1st.
At the party, look for Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade and Happy HalloWishes along with most rides and attractions of the park.
For more information on these events, contact Disney or your travel agent.
Planning a trip, consider checking out the Disney Park Hours page here on All Things Mouse.
Special thanks to EDDIEFILMS who provided the YouTube® video shown above.