Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party: 2011 Updates

It’s almost that time! Time for a spook-tacular time at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!

I hear that among all your favorite party past times there will be a few new additions to the party this year.

Don’t hold your breath for anything drastic, the party hasn’t undergone an overhaul, just a few minor adjustments due to the Fantasyland expansion and the non-existence of Mickey’s ToownTown Fair.

Alice & Mad Hatter’s Treat Trail, which used to start in Toontown and end in Tomorrowland, obviously had to be relocated so it’s also been re-imagined. The treat trail is now Br’er Rabbit’s Candy Patch and is near Splash Mountain Frontierland.

Character hunters, keep your eyes on Town Square Theatre (Mickey’s new meet n’ greet home) this is where you’ll find Disney Princesses. Outside near the flagpole you’ll find Duffy the Disney Bear and Winnie the Pooh and Friends. If you seek the fairest of them all and her Seven Dwarfs, you’ll find them in Frontierland as well.

The dance parties will still take place throughout the park, this is a fun place to get a unique interaction with your favorite characters. The Villain Mix and Mingle has a few “tweaks and shrieks” as well as musical changes and new costumes.

If you’re planning your party transformation to happen in the parks you need to book ASAP. The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and the Pirates League are incredibly popular on party days and even with the extended hours (8pm) they still fill fast. Call 407-WDW-STYLE to arrange for your transformation. A credit card hold is required but no charge will be made to your card. Cancellation less than 24 hours prior to your scheduled time will result in a $10 cancellation fee being charged to the card on file.

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4 thoughts on “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party: 2011 Updates

  1. We walked the path from Toontown to Tomorrowland. My son got lots of candy. We all did. This is a fun experience that I highly recommend. We went as a family of pirates. The parade was great and I was so upset my hubby erased the Boo To You Parade (by accident). I LOVE Hallowishes! I am sure even with the path we took closed there will be plenty of candy to be found. We didn’t do the dance party. We went by it but we rode some rides instead and then found a spot of the parade and Hallowishes.

  2. I am so excited to do the MNSSHP for the first time this year. Me, my husband and our 3 kids all have our costumes and ready for trick or treating and meeting all the villans. And can’t wait to see the special parade and fireworks.

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