Seasonal events at Walt Disney World are a sight to behold and, if you’re travelling between August and December, there’s a good chance you can visit 1 (if not 2) of the biggest and best seasonal parties at Magic Kingdom.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
The first event, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, kicks off on the 17th August with tickets starting from £61pp. This unique Halloween event is suitable for the whole family, with children of every age being able to join in the fun. Don’t miss ‘Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade’, where you can spot all your favourite Disney Characters in their best Halloween costumes as they ride along on themed floats – our personal highlight of the night!
As well as this special spooky parade, children can enjoy trick or treating, Halloween meet and greet opportunities with the iconic heroes and villains of Disney and the chance to ride select attractions after dark! As this is a specially ticketed event, numbers are restricted, and you’ll enjoy shorter queues for even the most popular rides.
Select dates available to book now. Click here to browse and buy tickets.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
If you’re travelling later in the year, then don’t miss Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, which begins just one week after the Halloween celebrations come to an end! Available on select dates from the 8th November, this Christmas party is the merriest Christmas celebration in the whole of Orlando.
Look out for Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration, an exciting stage show filled with music, dancing and laughter, as well as some of your favourite Disney Characters in their unique Christmas outfits. Other highlights include a special festive fireworks show and snow falling on Main Street, U.S. A! Don’t miss the range of exclusive festive foods that you can only buy at the Christmas Party as well as the opportunity for meet and greets with your favourite festive friends from the Disney world.
Select dates available to book now from £77pp. Click here to browse and buy tickets.
Both events are separately ticketed events. To book your regular Walt Disney World admission ticket at the same time, click here.
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