We’re heading into the most frightfully fun time of the year, which means that this annual Halloween-themed party is heading back to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Running on select days from now until November 1st, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is a perfect addition to your fall family vacation.
Costumes are encouraged as you gather with fellow trick-or-treaters to explore the park from 7pm – midnight, where kids can find all kinds of candies and sweets. You’ll encounter beloved Disney characters decked out in Halloween fashion at this fun-for-all-ages celebration.
Other than sweet treats, guests can enjoy eerie entertainment with the funniest spooky characters around. The Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular stars the infamous three witches from the Disney Halloween classic movie as they perform with other villainous Disney greats.
No party is complete without a parade, and Mickey’s “Boo to You” Halloween Parade is guaranteed fiendish fun. The Headless Horseman himself kicks off this frightfully festive parade, featuring delightfully spooky floats and Disney characters in Halloween disguise.
Don’t miss the event’s grand finale, the Happy HalloWishes fireworks spectacle, taking place nightly at 11:15. Watch as a high-flying spider web of pyrotechnics and haunting melodies overtake the park where Disney’s most celebrated villains light up the night sky. Listen as the villains croon their famous wicked tunes while putting on this “scare-abration”.
This spooktacular event is a crowd-favorite year after year, so plan your trip in advance to save a spot and save some money with Advanced Purchases prices. This is a separately ticketed event. Event ticket holders are able to enter the park early at 4pm, so take advantage of the extra park hours!
Tickets prices range from $63 – $79. There are discounts for Annual Passholder Members, DVC members, and those who purchase their tickets in advance.
If you’re looking to purchase regular Disney park admission, visit Tickets2You’s website for special offers and savings. Read about more Central Florida area Halloween-themed events here on the Tickets2You blog.