Walt Disneys Not So Scary Halloween Party

Walt Disneys Not-so-scary Halloween party in the Magic Kingdom is a 5-hour-long party where you have the chance to meet your favorite characters, experience some of the most exciting rides, catch an amazing firework show, parades, shows and much more! There are so many things to see and do just don’t forget your bucket for trick or treating.

Walt Disneys Not-so-scary Halloween party

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Some Must-Know Things About Mickey’s Not-so-scary Halloween

Best time to attend the party and dates


August 17, 24, 28, 31

September 3,7,9,11,14,16,18,21,23,25,28,30

October 2,4,5,8,9,11,12,14,16,18,21,23,25,26,28,30,31

The price of the ticket

  • Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Tickets start at $70 ($74.55 with tax)
  • children (age 3 – 9) and $75 for children over 10-years old ($79.88 with tax)

Which dates you should attend the Halloween Party?

Oct 31st has been generally the most popular date for this event. Fridays in October are very popular, especially with the locals coming in as well. If you want a more quiet experience, September is definitely going to be your month.

Expected Show times for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party

  • Mickey’s “Boo-To-You” Halloween Parade – 9:15 PM till 11:15 PM
  • Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular – 8:30 PM till10:45 PM or till 12 A.M
  • Happy HalloWishes Fireworks – 10:15 PM
  • Cadaver Dan’s – 7:00 PM., 7.45PM till 8:30 PM or till 9:50 PM or till 10:30 PM
  • Frontierland Costume Promenade (New for 2018) 8.50 PM, 10.50 PM
  • Storybook Circus Disney Junior Jam (New for 2018) 7.00 PM 10.00 PM[su_divider top=”no”]

Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular

The infamous Sanderson Sisters from “Hocus Pocus” are back for the Disney Halloween party celebration. Be careful — they will put a spell on you as they conjure up the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular” display on the fortress Forecourt.

Foods, trick-or-treating and merchandise

One of the massive “treats” of the Disney Halloween celebration is trick-or-treating across the park. You could get a lot of candy if that’s what you are after, however we prefer to experience the shows and hit the trick-or-treat paths as we walk around.

Charlie with trick or treat goodies
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Tips for the spooky night

Wear a Halloween Costume

It doesn’t have to be something extraordinary, keep it fresh, keep it relevant and keep it light; you will be moving around a lot, so don’t wear something that you’ll sweat through and give yourself a hard time!

This goes for kids and adults, bring your own trick-or-treat bags there are loads of places to get some treats. Just as you enter the park, guests get treat bags; they are good and all, but they’re relatively small. If you want to haul in more loot, consider packing extra bags. If you forget, you can always purchase souvenir bags that will do the trick.

Get To The Park During The Early Hours

The park is going to be crowded, if you want to meet all your favorite characters, be the first one’s in line, get to experience all the park has to offer, you’ll have to get there early. While the party officially starts at 7 PM, you can enter the park as early as 4 PM.

Visit Your Favorite Characters First

There are a lot of rare characters which you’ll have to get to first, because if you don’t the lines are going to be massive, some of them include Jack and Sally, The seven Dwarfs, Moana, etc. See them first, so you can slowly see the rest knowing you’ve met the rarest first.

Have fun!

It can be a bit overwhelming, don’t stress out about the place at all!

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Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party is awesome for kids and adults alike; if you’re planning to visit Disney World, make sure you catch this event; remember, have fun and happy trick-or-treating!

Check out our family visit to the party to give you an idea of what it’s all about.

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Have you been to a Not-so-scary Halloween party before? Let us know what you thought of it in the comments below.

1 thought on “Walt Disneys Not So Scary Halloween Party”

  1. Thanks for a helpful tips!

    I just thought lately of visiting Disney resort. Unfortunately, we are here in Tokyo though. I wanted to treat my kids at DisneySea because we’ve been there at Disneyland.

    I’m not sure if buying tickets here in advance has discounts.

    I grew as a Disney kid lover and I guess you, too!


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