Disney may have had to cancel Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party for this year, but that doesn’t mean the festivities have to be canceled! Even though it’s September, Halloween has begun early in Magic Kingdom!
New Character Cavalcades
In honor of Halloween coming up soon, there are new themed character cavalcades in the park! Disney friends like Mickey, Minnie, Jack, Sally, and Winnie The Pooh parade Magic Kingdom dressed in their best fall attire! The parades happen quite often each day, but there is no scheduled times for them to go on.
Guests In Costume
To make up for no Mickey’s Not So Scary, Disney is letting guests of all ages wear Halloween costumes in Magic Kingdom all throughout the day! This is a big deal for Disney fans, because before this year, guests have only been able to wear costumes during the late night parties!
Obviously, there’s rules you will have to follow if you want to wear a costume into the park. First of all, every costume has to be family-friendly, and Disney appropriate. Second, you still have to wear a mask. Unless of course, you’re in one of the “resting zones.” (See in picture above.) And lastly, please do not act like you are the character that you are dressing up as, so you do not confuse other guests. For example, no taking pictures with people, or signing autographs.
Like every year around this time, Halloween merchandise has began to appear all around Magic Kingdom! (And the other parks.) And like always, it’s all totally adorable!
By far my favorite part of fall is all of the amazing food that comes along with it! And in Magic Kingdom it’s no different! Here are just a few of the delicious looking treats!
These are the Hades Nachos, and they can be found at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn And Café. The Hades Nachos are black bean chips with buffalo chicken, tomato, lettuce, jalapeño, salsa, and sour cream. This would be the perfect snack for you if you’re looking for something spicy and filling!
This amazing looking pumpkin milkshake can be found at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies. It’s topped with fluffy whipped cream, caramel drizzle, Halloween sprinkles, and a Mickey shaped marshmallow straw.
Even though Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party was canceled, I still think you can go to Magic Kingdom right now and get your Halloween fix! The festivities look like they’re so much fun, and the food looks scrumptious! Anyways, stay safe, and stay tuned for more Disney content coming to A Dollop Of Disney!