Trick-or-treating is A Whole New World at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, a special ticketed event on select fall nights at Magic Kingdom. Official hours are 7 PM to midnight, but if you don’t already have a park ticket, you can enter as early as 4 PM to enjoy attractions, meet-and-greets, dining and more! Here are some of the Halloween highlights, exclusive to this event, that you won’t want to miss!
Trick-or-Treating: Visit designated candy stations around Magic Kingdom for candy and treats (no tricks!) Treat bags are provided upon entry to the park. Warning: Candy will likely follow you home!
Specialty Treats: In between trick-or-treat stations, you can also stop at select locations for Halloween treats (at an additional cost.) Options in previous years have included ghost and spider web cupcakes and candy corn ice cream.
Characters: Enjoying shorter attraction and meet-and-greet lines is a great reason to celebrate, but don’t miss character opportunities you’ll only get here, like Jack and Sally from Nightmare Before Christmas. (Appearances may vary.)
Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular: Join the stars of Hocus Pocus as they return to throw a Halloween bash–and put a spell on everyone in Magic Kingdom! Look for special appearances by Oogie-Boogie, Jafar, Dr. Facilier and others.
Boo-to-You Parade: The Headless (but family-friendly) Horseman leads a stream of your Disney pals dressed in Halloween costumes on holiday-themed floats.
HalloWishes: Set to a remix of favorite Disney Villain songs, and hosted by the “Ghost Host” from Haunted Mansion, this fireworks display lights up the sky over Cinderella Castle with spook-tacular magic!
Happy HalloWishes Dessert Premium Package: Secure a premium view for the Boo-to-You Parade and HalloWishes while you enjoy a variety of Halloween-themed treats like cupcakes, chocolate mousse, ice cream, cider, event-inspired drinks and more. (Additional ticket purchase required.)
Halloween costumes are welcome, but be sure to review Costume Guidelines before you go.
It’s not too late to plan a Disney vacation in September or October–and it’s not too early to start planning your Halloween visit for 2017! Get in touch with your Middle of the Magic Travel Planner to start coordinating the details, or request a quote now!