There are several ways to make your Disney Halloween a success. You can choose to go during the day time to avoid the crowds. You can dress up and Disney Parks will allow you to wear your costumes into the parks. It is however recommended to arrive early in the day to avoid the crowds, and also to enjoy more time at the Magic Kingdom. It is recommended not just to dress in a formal attire, but also to bring your family and friends along for the evening.
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
The Magic Kingdom hosts the Mickey's Not-So-Scariest Halloween Party. Tickets are available for purchase separately and are available starting May 12 for selected Disney resort guests and May 18 for the general public. The price range is $109-$179 to adults and $99-$189 for kids. For guests aged three or older tickets are required. Although this event is very popular, it can be sold out in advance. To get the best deal make sure you purchase tickets before.
Haunted Mansion is a classic ride that guests can enjoy a Halloween twist. There's also a special photo op in the graveyard, and there's a long line to get into the attraction. Genie+ and Lightning Lane aren't available at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. However, the event offers other special treats both for adults and children.
Visitors can also attend Boo Bash at the Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Boo Bash features a spooky Halloween band known as the Cadaver Dans Barbershop Quartet. The band sings Disney songs that are more spooky than sweet. In addition, guests can take part in the DJ's dance party to get in the Halloween spirit. There are numerous after-hours parties, but these are focused on riding rides with shorter wait times.
A ticket to the Mickey's Not-So-Scariest Halloween Party is required to be able to attend the event. Tickets are only valid for one time and cannot be transferred. Tickets for Magic Your Way are not valid at the event. Tickets must be purchased in advance to avoid being turned away. Some nights of the party sell out quickly and the crowds could be concentrated around events and may appear larger than they are.
Disney Cruise Line's Halloween at the High Seas
Halloween is the most crowded season in theme parks. Disney Cruise Line has taken this tradition to the next level with Halloween on the High Seas. Passengers can trick-or-treat on select sailings throughout the month of October. They can also enjoy elaborate decor and limited-time food items. The Halloween celebration is sure to have something for everyone.
Special events and activities are planned for children, like Halloween carving and trick-or-treating. Adults can also enjoy spooky surprises throughout the ship, too such as costume contests and special drinks and food items. All onboard events are open to everyone, so everyone is encouraged to get involved! There will be games, movies and mask-making workshops for adults.
For adults for the adults, the Halloween on the High Seas cruise will include Mickey's mouse-themed party. Children of all ages are welcome to participate in the fun-filled Halloween costume party, which will begin with a dance party hosted by Mickey. Deck 3 hosts a range of events that keep everyone entertained. Deck 5 has a good view of the party , but it can be noisy.
The ship will host meet and greets with characters. Every character will be wearing a Halloween-themed outfit for the celebration. The Navigator will provide details about the times and places you can meet each character. Clarabell, Daisy, Minnie and Daisy will be wearing costumes inspired by the film "Hocus Pocus."
Minnie's Halloween Dinner
Minnie's Halloween Dine At Walt Disney World is a must-do for anyone who wants to eat with Disney characters. The popular dining experience is comprised of Mickey, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, and the Disney Junior pals. The menu features Halloween-themed dishes and the characters are dressed up appropriately. You should be aware that Minnie's Halloween Dinner is not a chance to kiss your characters, so ensure that you know this when you make reservations.
The Hollywood & Vine restaurant will host Minnie's Halloween Dine this week. Minnie will throw a Halloween celebration for her family and friends. They are encouraged to wear costumes. The menu includes a special Halloween-themed buffet that includes spicy pumpkin patch soup, Kraken squid pasta, and vampire-proof mashed potatoes. The buffet will close with pumpkin cheesecake, worms and dirt Oreo cups.
Another fun addition to the menu is the Pretzel Royale, a new menu item at Prince Eric's Village Market. This delicious tasty, buttery snack is perfect for sharing. Minnie's Halloween Dine at Disney Hollywood Studios is now available for reservations. It runs from September 4, 2017 to November 5, 2017. Seasonal Dine will still open for breakfast and lunch. Guests can also collect their character's signatures.
This menu features many Mickey and Minnie characters dressed in Halloween costumes. This new menu will likely be an extremely popular choice for the autumn, as the characters are dressed in their costumes for Halloween. It is a good idea to try one of Disney's character dining experiences if haven't already. It's the perfect way for families to spend time together with the Disney characters. It's an unforgettable experience that will last for a lifetime.
Mickey's Boo To You Halloween Parade
The Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Disney's Hollywood Studios includes the popular "Boo-to-YouThe Boo-to-You Halloween Parade. It features the iconic Disney characters and takes places twice a night, at 9:15 PM and 10:30 PM. Mickey and his pals will be accompanied by their favorite ghosts or ghouls as they walk through Frontierland.
For those who want a little more fun, the Not-So-Scary Halloween Party offers a ticketed version to the famous party. This event includes trick-or treating throughout the Magic Kingdom for a small cost. Bring your camera! You can take pictures with your children and they'll be thrilled with the costumes! There will also be Halloween-themed treats at the party.
The Halloween celebration returns to Magic Kingdom for another year. The parade features floats and floats that are reminiscent of the classic Disney characters and the theme of Halloween. This year's parade features characters from Snow White and her dwarfs as well as characters from Alice and Wonderland, Pluto and Goofy as well as Tigger and Pooh. There's also a float led by Donald and Daisy Duck. You'll see characters from the Disney films, including Peter Pan and Wendy and the Lost Boys. Tinker Bell even carries his own float during the Parade!
It is important to know that the Boo to You Halloween Parade is held in Frontierland. This section of Disneyland will be less crowded. If you don't plan to visit the park during peak hours but still want to enjoy the show without waiting in lines. This is especially true if you are planning to attend two parades simultaneously. You should wait until the start of the parade to see the Halloween parade, as it's less than crowded.
Oogie Boogie's Bash nighttime show
During the Disneyland Resort's Halloween season, guests can experience the nighttime entertainment at Disney's California Adventure. This special event is available on select nights from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m. This is a must-see event and you should not miss it! For a thrilling and frightening Halloween nighttime show, buy a separate ticket to Oogie Boogie's Halloween Bash. It's a distinct event from regular park admission however, it's the same excitement. You'll also be able to access the park's attractions, such as Mickey's Trick-or-Treat Trail and Villains Grove. Guests can enjoy spooky treats as well as food and the entertainment.
Oogie Boogie Bash's nighttime show is open to all, and the majority of guests will be dressed in Halloween costumes. Costumed guests must have an official ticket to attend the event. Daytime guests can't dress up as characters, however, they may wear a mask. Pets and food are not allowed. Costumes with sharp edges or can cause injury to other guests are also not permitted. Tickets holders are encouraged to purchase limited-edition merchandise for the event.
In the course of Oogie Boogie's Bashes, guests can also experience the world of Color - Villainous!, a nighttime show that explores the darker side of Disney characters. The show included a candy cauldron DescenDance Dance Party, Villains Trail and Frightfully Fun Parade. The Sanderson sisters' music was a favorite during the evenings we were there.
This show at night at Disneyland has new additions that make it a memorable Halloween celebration. Oogie Boogie's Bash is a enjoyable way for friends and family to celebrate Halloween. You'll be able to get early access to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. Also you'll get to meet Disney characters and enjoy entertaining stage performances. In addition, there is floor seating available to the entire family.