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Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party 2009
Friends of ours are staying at our villa in mid October and plan on taking their three young children to this party. To save them some time going through various websites I have compiled the information in this guide for them.
The party takes place on several dates in September as well as October 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31 and November 1. We have always booked in advance at a saving of approx $6 per person, I really would recommend this as some nights get sold out in advance particularly around Halloween itself.
Official party hours are 7pm to midnight. Party-goers can get admission as early as 4pm and you are given a wrist band and trick-or-treat bag upon entering the park. We always try and get there about 4pm as the party is not so busy then and a lot of the day guests are starting to go home.
If you are already in the park as a day guest and have tickets for the party you will need to get a wrist band at the Rose Garden on the Hub. Halloween dressed cast members will be available to help you with any questions.
Not all the rides and restaurants are open for this event but since Disney limits the attendance the park is never very crowded and the queues are usually quite short.
Below is a list of the open rides and places where you can get refreshments:
Casey’s Corner (hot dogs & fries)
Main Street Sweets (candy)
Swiss Family Treehouse
Pirates of the Caribbean
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
Aloha Isle (frozen treats)
Big Thunder Mountain Railway
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café (hamburgers & fries)
Golden Oak Outpost (quick bites)
Westward Ho (quick bites)
Frontierland Turkey Legs – there seem to be more people than ever walking around with these at the party!
The Hall of Presidents
Sleepy Hollow (funnel cakes)
Fantasyland: This is usually the busiest place on party night but many of the little ones have either gone home or gone to asleep late in the evening and you can just run from ride to ride with no delays.
Peter Pan’s Flight
Cinderella’s Golden Carousel
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Snow White’s Scary Adventures
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Mad Tea Party
‘it’s a small world”
Mrs. Potts Cupboard (ice cream)
Friar’s Nook (quick bites)
Mickey’s Toontown Fair:
The Barnstormer at Goofy’s Wiseacre Farm
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
Tomorrowland Transit Authority
Stitch’s Great Escape
Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor (closes at 10pm)
Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe (hamburgers & chicken)
The Lunching Pad at Rockettower Plaza (quick bites)
Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies (smoothies)
As soon as you enter the park you will see Halloween decorations everywhere including in the shop windows in Main Street. Many guests get into the spirit by dressing up for the party in fact you can see whole families in costumes.
Sweets are given out throughout the park is distributed freely throughout the park. If you go over to Mickey’s Toontown Fair, a special Alice in Wonderland walkway has been created and is filled with numerous opportunities to get sweets/candy.
There are 2 Character Dance Parties each evening, one of the dance parties is held in Tomorrowland at Club 626. Here, Stitch, Goofy, and Pluto mix and mingle with the crowd. The other is at Ariel’s Grotto in Fantasyland where Princess Minnie and Princess Daisy are on hand for some dancing.
Be sure not to miss the Villains show in front of the castle. While their evil dance is energetic it is certainly not frightening. After they finish they come out into the audience for a Meet & Greet. Show times are: 7:45 9:00 10:05 & 11:15.
Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade takes place twice nightly at 8:15 and 10:30, it is creepy but funny, we have been known to watch the Halloween parade twice!
Needless to say no Disney evening would be complete without fireworks. A special Halloween presentation called Happy HalloWishes can be seen at 9:30 each night.
No matter what age you are if you have the opportunity go the Halloween party you really will enjoy it.
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