The Magic Kingdom Modified Halloween Offerings Start Today!


It’s here! Halloween has finally come to The Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World! Starting today and running through Halloween guests can enjoy special decorations, character cavalcades, characters in costumes, guests in costumes and more!

Apparently they had a media event today. The set up for treats and the normal media people are sharing from the Magic Kingdom today.  Of course we won’t get that again, we’re too honest and apparently that’s a “bad” thing.

Let’s take a look!

Here’s the Halloween Treats that have already released but will be available through the event.

(Photo Credit: Attractions Magazine)
(Photo Credit: Attractions Magazine)
(Photo Credit: Attractions Magazine)

Here’s some looks from Twitter!

Characters and Cast Members in the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Attire:


One bit of positivity about this year is that those who go to the Magic Kingdom can get a taste of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this year without the price tag. This could benefit Disney and their guests in a couple of ways. 1. It might show people how fun the event is and they may come back and pay for the tickets for the full experience. 2. It might give Disney a chance to see how it works and maybe make positive changes or add new things for daytime guests and ticketed MNSSHP guests in the evening. Silver lining.



New pins too!  OMG I love the Huey, Dewie and Louie one!





Oh my gosh one of the cavalcades plays the “Boo To You” parade song. I could cry it makes me so happy!


I’m so excited to be sharing all of this with you! Contrary to what some believe, we LOVE Disney parks. We just don’t love all the choices Disney makes.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Sources: Attractions Magazine, Orlando Informer Twitter, Enchanting Erin Twitter, Ashley Carter Twitter, On the Go in the MCO Twitter, WDWMagic Twitter, BrookeGMcDonald Twitter,


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