Boo! Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

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Boo! Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

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Just like every other holiday, Disney does Halloween right with a special celebration just for kids. Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is great for kids of all ages, offering themed activities in a fun and unscary environment. The festivities take place at Magic Kingdom, where everything from the rides to the characters are decked out in Halloween magic. Before you go, here’s all you need to know:

Dates and Times

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party starts August 16 and happens on select nights through November 1. The event runs from 7 pm to midnight and requires an additional ticket to attend. Tickets for children ages 3 to 9 run $74 to $80, while adults and kids over 9 are $79 to $85. 

Rides and Attractions

Your favorite Magic Kingdom rides take on a new look with cool Halloween decor. Space Mountain goes completely dark with a Halloween-themed soundtrack and the Mad Tea Party offers special lights and effects. The crew on Pirates of the Caribbean head out on a new treasure adventure with a Halloween twist. New for 2019, Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor offers insight from the monster world about this human holiday. 

Twice a night, Main Street becomes the main stage for the Halloween parade. See some of your favorite characters make their way through the park. Mickey and Minnie are joined by the Hitchhiking Ghosts, Buzz Lightyear, Edna Mode, Wreck-It Ralph and many more. 

End the night with the Not So Spooky Spectacular, a fireworks, light and sound show full of Halloween fun. 

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Special Events

The littlest visitors can dance the night away at the Disney Junior Jam. They’ll get to bust a move with their favorite characters, including Doc McStuffins, Timon, Vampirina and Fancy Nancy. 

At Cruella’s Halloween Hide-a-Away, you’ll enjoy the company of this sinister villain at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant. Your reservation includes a special seating area with a prime view of the parade.  

The Tomorrowland Terrace hosts the Spectacular Dessert Party, with a buffet full of delicious, delectable desserts. You’ll also get incredible views of the Not So Spooky Spectacular over Cinderella’s Castle. 

Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular brings together the three Hocus Pocus sisters and Disney villains. The light, sound and special effects show is fun, thrilling and can’t miss. 


What would a Halloween celebration be without candy?! Bring your treat bag and trick-or-treat at different stations throughout the park. Disney even offers special teal-colored treat bags for kids with food allergies to receive allergy-friendly treats. 

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The rules for costume-wearing at the park are similar to any other time at Disney. Kids ages 13 and under may wear full costumes as long as any mask does not completely cover their face and their eyes are showing. 

Guests ages 14 and up may also wear costumes, as long as they do not surround the entire body or do not touch or drag on the ground. Capes may not go below the waist and no masks of any kind are allowed. 

All costumes must be family-friendly and may not contain any weapons that resemble real weapons. 

Keep an eye out for Disney characters sporting their own Halloween costumes too!

Once you’ve had your fill of Halloween fun, come down from your sugar high at our comfortable vacation rentals. All Casiola’s Orlando rentals enjoy a prime location just minutes from the parks.

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