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Guide To Mickey’s Halloween Party

September 24, 2010 6:00 AM

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(credit: Shelby Barone)

(credit: Shelby Barone)

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(credit: Disney)

The Happiest Place on Earth will transform into a spooktacular celebration for Mickey’s Halloween Party. Families can bring their children to Disneyland Park for a safe and enjoyable way to trick-or-treat and celebrate Halloween. There will be trick-or-treat stations, dance parties, Disney Villain encounters and plenty of not so scary Halloween screams.

Disneyland© Park

1313 Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, CA 92802
Sept. 27 through Oct. 31
disneyland.go.com/Halloween

(credit: Shelby Barone)

(credit: Shelby Barone)

Tickets And Prices

 
Tickets to Mickey’s Halloween Party range in prices from $51 to $74 per ticket, depending on the date. Children under the age of 2 do not require a ticket. Each ticket includes admission to the park three hours prior to the party, complimentary parking for one car, and admission to Mickey’s Halloween Party. Families can save by purchasing their tickets in advance online, and printing them at home. Online purchase is available up to one day before the event. Season pass holders can save up to $16 on select dates. There is a limited number of tickets available for the party, and some dates are expected to sell out quickly.

(credit: Shelby Barone)

(credit: Shelby Barone)

Costumes

 
Children are encouraged to come to the celebration dressed in their favorite costume. All guests must wear child-friendly, non-violent costumes. Costumes that will not be allowed into the park are those that drag on the ground, have sharp objects attached or weapons. Children who have a masked costume are welcome to wear them into the park just as long as it does not obstruct their visual view.

(credit: Shelby Barone)

(credit: Shelby Barone)

Events

 
Guests of the Mickey’s Halloween Party will have access to nearly all of the attractions inside of Disneyland Park, and access to unique events that are exclusive to Mickey’s Halloween Party ticket holders. There will be trick-or-treat stations throughout the park that will include healthy snack options, a Monsters U dance party in Tomorrowland, photo opportunities with Disney Villains, and new Hide and Go Treat Trails. The Hide and Go Treats Trails are new to 2013 with a Piratepalooza Treats trail, and a Mickey’s ToonTown Treats pre-party that will be open for a limited-time during the event.

(credit: Shelby Barone)

(credit: Shelby Barone)

Pirates League Experience

 
Have your child transformed into a swashbuckling pirate at the Pirates League Experience inside of Disneyland Park. Located in the Festival Arena in Frontierland, your child can choose from three different pirate transformations including; Jake and the Neverland Pirates, The First Mate, or an Empress. The experience includes beards, eye patches and face paint. Prices range from $29.95 to $34.95. Reservations can be placed by calling (714) 781-STYLE.

(credit: Shelby Barone)

(credit: Shelby Barone)

Fireworks

 
Families will end the evening with an exclusive Halloween Screams Fireworks Spectacular. The dark sky will light-up with the bursting fireworks that are perfectly synchronized to music ending the night with a bang.

Shelby is an Orange County Native, and is a freelance writer for multiple magazines and websites around LA and Orange County. She can be found writing daily about the hottest happenings at the OC Mom Blog or on Twitter @OCMomBlog.

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