One of the biggest perks at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is the trick-or-treating around Magic Kingdom. Doing that is an incredible experience because it’s not like you can do it every day. Now this experience can be challenging for guests with allergies but don’t worry, Disney has treats for us too!
There are two allergy-friendly trick-or-treat locations. One that is located in the Main Street Chamber of Commerce at the front of the park. The other spot is between Sleepy Hollow and The Hall of Presidents in Liberty Square. According to the allergy-friendly bag, there’s another spot in the Town Square Theater on Main Street; since I didn’t go there, I can’t confirm.
Before we get into what candy they hand out, let’s look at a map of Magic Kingdom and highlight each location.
Where to Find Allergy-Friendly Candy at MNSSHP
The Treats That are Offered
As you walk through “normal” Trick or Treat lines with your fellow partygoers, show the allergy trick-or-treating bag, and they will hand you blue tokens. When you go to an allergy-friendly station, they will ask for those tokens, and in return, they will give you candy. As they retrieve the coins, they will ask what the allergy is, show which candy is safe for you, or ask if you want a mix of all the sweets available.
The best part is that you can visit both locations as often as you want throughout the night. I mentioned that there’s a specific allergy bag that guests with allergies can ask for at the first candy stop as they enter the party. Here’s a look at the bag.
Okay, now it’s time for the best part, candy! I do want to be fully transparent and say this isn’t all the candy I got. I ate some of my stash during the party. What’s missing is two other chocolate bars and a lollipop.
I love the candy they give at these locations so much that I dream of returning to the party to get more. In reality, I know I can do some research and find a few stores in my area that carry these treats, but still, I’d love to go back and do more trick-or-treating.
It makes me so happy that Disney has locations that help accommodate those with allergies so we can also experience this part of the party. The variety of the candy they have at these locations is excellent, in my opinion, because they have something for everyone.
If you have a food allergy and are visiting Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, I hope this helped you plan out part of your night or even gave you peace of mind that you can participate in trick or treating.
Hi, I'm Erica, and I write about all things Disney. Before working for The DIS, I was a theme park performer at SeaWorld, but I also performed at Disney. I have such an immense love for theme parks to the point I studied them in college.