Walt Disney World, known as “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” is a sprawling, immersive entertainment complex that has captivated the hearts of millions since it first opened.
Walt Disney World Resort is home to four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Each Disney park includes different attractions, shows, and much more for guests.
Guests tend to head to Disney World during holidays, such as Halloween, Christmas, and much more. Disney World also tends to get busier during school breaks like Spring Break or Summer Vacation. Disney knows when parks will be crowded and offers special events to help with the crowds.
Whether it’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, EPCOT’s Food and Wine Festival, Mickey’s Christmas Party, or Disney’s After Hours events, these special gatherings are designed to provide a unique, limited-time experience that goes beyond the everyday magic of Disney. Guests get to enjoy extended hours, specialty entertainment, exclusive character meet-and-greets, and, of course, delectable-themed treats that cater to every palate.
A popular Disney event that is going on right now is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, which happens from August to October at Magic Kingdom. This event offers a unique opportunity for guests to experience the enchantment of Disney with a delightfully spooky twist. It’s a celebration where the whole family can immerse themselves in a world of enchantment, meet beloved Disney characters in Halloween attire, and embark on thrilling adventures amidst the backdrop of pumpkin-decked streets.
Disney guests planning to attend Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party should go ahead and purchase tickets. This event is selling out fast as September 22 and 24 have officially sold out. So far, Disney has a handful of days not sold out for guests looking for tickets.
At the time of this writing, September 19, 26, 28, and 29 are the only remaining dates in September so far, and October is still open with only a few dates sold out.
Are you planning to go trick-or-treating at Disney World this year?