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Adventure Into The World of Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Fantasy: Disney Tip #73



Now that we are in the thick of October, Halloween is lurking right around the corner.

I would like to head back over to Magic Kingdom Park and visit Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party once again and provide a few quick tips that will help add a little candy on top of your night.


  • MNSSHP Parade - disneySorcerer’s of the Magic Kingdom- Pick up your free special Halloween souvenir card which can be picked up at 4 p.m. from the Fire Station. The card can be used to play the game itself!
  • Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade- Make sure to visit the second parade offered the night you visit the party. The second parade is always less crowded because most guests leave the park following Happy HalloWishes.
  • Talking Mickey- Visit and get a chance to talk with Mickey as he is dressed in his Halloween best for an awesome meet-n-greet. Mickey always has a few tricks up his sleeve…
  • Trick-or-Treat– Anyone and everyone can participate in this awesome event. How can you turn down unlimited candy? Disney will provide trick-or-treat bags upon arrival to Magic Kingdom Park, but I suggest bringing your own so you can collect more candy!
  • Dress Up!- Wear your favorite Halloween costume to the party! Even the characters will join you in their favorite Halloween costumes as well. Anything is permitted besides a mask that covers your face.
  • Halloween Themed Treats- Dive into some specialty treats this year at the party! On the list includes Candy Corn Ice Cream from Storybook Treats, Ghost Cupcakes from Gaston’s Tavern and Cotton Candy Candy Corn from outdoor vendors throughout Magic Kingdom Park.

What are some of your favorite tips when you are at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party? Comment below!

Peyton is currently a student at the University of Mississippi majoring in Journalism with an emphasis in print. Growing up in Los Angeles and most recently moving to Atlanta, he has seen and experienced the best of both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Making his first visit to Walt Disney World at the age of 5, he has never looked back as he entered the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.