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Halloween at Walt Disney World

August 17 - October 31, 2018

Halloween Events around Walt Disney World:

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
This Halloween, join Mickey and his friends at the Magic Kingdom for 34 nights of "not-so-scary" fun at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. The Magic Kingdom is transformed into a kid-friendly, spooktacular Party. This event requires a separate ticket for all guests ages 3 and up; pricing for 2018 and everything you need to know can be found by clicking the following link. Read More...


Halloween Dining at Disney's Hollywood Studios


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Minnie's Halloween Dine at Hollywood & Vine

During the Halloween season, guests dining at Hollywood & Vine are treated to Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, and Goofy all dressed up in their costumes and visiting your tables as you dine. Click the link above for dates, menu, and pricing information.

Halloween at Disney Springs


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Throughout October, guests will find seasonal decorations, entertainment, and treats around Disney Springs, as well as fall menu items in select restaurants.

While trick-or-treating is not offered, there are many other ways to enjoy the spooktacular Halloween season at Disney Springs!

Costumes: From superheroes to villains and pirates to princesses, you can always find a costume for everyone at World of Disney, Super Hero Headquarters, and Star Wars Galactic Outpost, but be sure to shop early!

If costumes are not your thing, check out the thread entitled, "Do you DisneyBound?" on our Theme Parks Attractions and Strategies forum at DISboards.com and research some of the Disneybound designs our posters have shared. These fun looks are a great way to add your own style with Disney Character-inspired accessories or even by just choosing specific colors.

The Dress Shop at Cherry Tree Lane inside Marketplace Co-Op has plenty of beautiful dresses including Pirates, Cinderella, Minnie Mouse, and Haunted Mansion options that are cuter than ever!

Mickey Blow Up Pumpkin
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Fall-Themed Photo Backdrops:
 The Disney PhotoPass Studio offers guests seasonal virtual backdrops with a focus on Fall and Halloween.

Disney Springs Halloween
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Closeby at Disney’s Days of Christmas, guests can pick out a spooky ornament from The Haunted Mansion or Nightmare Before Christmas then have it personalized.

If you are looking for a new Halloween-themed piece of art, stop by the Art of Disney where you'll find seasonal pieces available all month.

Face Painting and Makeovers: You can even get your face painted by an 'Enjoy Your Face' painting expert! They can do a subtle or an over-the-top makeover and everything in-between; just stop by their shop in the Marketplace. Theatrical Halloween looks are available at MAC Cosmetics throughout the month of October.

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Halloween at Disney Resorts
Disney's Ft. Wilderness Resort & Campground - ‘Return to Sleepy Hollow’ Event


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ARTICLE: Disney’s Fascination with the Headless Horseman
REVIEW: Return to Sleepy Hollow at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

Guests are invited to Tri-Circle-D Ranch for ‘Return to Sleepy Hollow’, a spooky Halloween event that debuted in 2017 to sold-out audiences.

For 2018, guests can choose from the following three experience options:

Event days and times:

Shows begin at 8 and 10 p.m.

Tickets for this year’s ‘Return to Sleepy Hollow’ experience at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground can be purchased 180-days in advance by calling (407) WDW-TOUR.

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