Mickey’s Halloween Party is going on now at Disneyland. If you have tickets, congratulations! It is already sold out for 2015! If you will be heading to the party or you are thinking about going next year, here is what you need to know. .
When to Arrive
- Guests with tickets to Mickey’s Halloween Party can enter Disneyland up to 3 hours before the party starts. We highly recommend making the best of the extra time by doing things that you might not want to do once the party starts (e.g. eat dinner, ride a few rides, take photos with characters, etc).
What to Wear
- Costumes- this is the only time of the year that adults can wear costumes, children are welcome to wear costumes year round. Mickey’s Halloween Party is the perfect time to live out your (secret) dream of dressing up and walking around Disneyland.
- Costumes should be child- friendly, non-violent, and not contain sharp objects or weapons that may be mistaken for an actual weapon.
- Masks are permitted, however, they cannot obstruct your/ your child’s vision and eyes must be visible at all times.
- Themed Shirts- I love ordering/ making themed shirts for our family trips. Not only do they make for great pictures, but they also help us get into the spirit of whichever holiday we are at the park celebrating.
- Comfortable shoes- make sure to wear and/ or bring extra comfortable shoes for you and your kiddos.
- Layers– it often gets cold in the evenings so be sure to pack a jacket or sweater, although with the weather how it has been in October of 2015, you many not really need those layers.
What to Ride
|Photo Courtesy of the Disney Parks Blog|
- Haunted Mansion Holiday- during Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort the Haunted Mansion gets a Christmas makeover and is transformed into Halloween Town and features Jack Skellington, Oogie Boogie, and several other characters from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas movie.
|Photo and Description Courtesy of the Disneyland Resort Website|
- Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy- Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy is best described on the Disneyland website as “a ride into an uncharted and haunted section of the universe. Out of the darkness and swirling galaxies of Space Mountain, ghosts try to pluck riders from their seats as they speed through space. The drops and curves of the journey are even scarier with piercing screams and haunting music.” It’s a must do for all of the thrill- seeking ride enthusiasts out there.
- Everything… early! rides are least crowded when the party starts.
What to Do/See
Are you heading to Disneyland for Mickey’s Halloween Party or have you already attended? We would love for you to post your pics on the Babes in Disneyland Blog Facebook page.