Last year was our first visit to the annual Halloween celebration with Mickey, but it won’t be the last. Even though I will be VERY pregnant this year, we will be there (even if it puts me into labor – wouldn’t that make a great story). It is a ton of fun for the whole family, and really puts you in the Halloween mood.
Disney has announced the dates and prices for the 2011 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party from September – November 2011. Since the Halloween party is a special event, it is NOT included in the price of seasonal passes. Also AAA does not appear to offer discount tickets to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party like they do for regular admission and seasonal passes. If you are planning to go, here’s the price structure for this 2011. Note, September tickets are cheapest, but if you want to wait until October you can still save if you avoid peak nights.
The Suburban Mom Tip – EVERYONE dresses up for the bash. So don’t let your kids feel left out, be sure to dress them in costume for the party!
In addition to trick-or-treating throughout the park, a special Halloween-themed parade (Boo to You), a special fireworks display (Happy HalloWishes) and tons of characters not normally seen in the parks — the event is just plain fun!0