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Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Is A Must This Fall!

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Is A Must This Fall!

on Oct 17, 2017 | 0 comments

  If you are looking for a fun, family-friendly Halloween activity, then you must plan on visiting Walt Disney World’s Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party! This is a DO NOT miss special event hosted for all ages at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is the perfect, trick or treating venue and it is NOT SCARY! I have a couple of timid children in my family and Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is a great fit for their shy personalities.         Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is an event hosted by Walt Disney World and requires a special ticket to gain entrance. On Select days, throughout November 1st, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party tickets start at $74.00 per person. The Magic Kingdom closes it’s doors to regular theme park goers and reopens them for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party ticket holders. That’s right! There is a limited number of tickets sold to this Halloween event, so plan accordingly because you don’t want to miss this memorable party.           Costumes are welcomed for the Halloween celebration, but there are some guidelines that Disney requests to ensure everyone’s safety. We saw some really great and cute costumes worn by MNSSHP guests. My girls did chose to wear a cute Halloween tshirt and shorts, just to be comfortable climbing in and out of the rides. Keep in mind that your child and you will be enjoying the rides, be sure to wear costumes that are not to bulky or confining.     To get you in the Halloween spirit, Main Street USA is loaded with Fall and Halloween décor. There are so many amazing photo opportunities and gorgeous backdrops, definitely have your camera ready.       Candy is certainly not running out any time soon at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. My girls came home with their bags filled to the top! The trick-or-treat areas are brightly lit and visibly marked, you won’t have to worry about missing out on any of the goodies Disney has to offer. If you are in need of Allergy-friendly trick or treats, don’t worry because Disney has you covered too!   Allergy-Friendly...

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Looking For Something Spooktacular To Do This Fall?

Looking For Something Spooktacular To Do This Fall?

on Sep 25, 2017 |

  It is officially Fall and there are plenty of fun activities to enjoy in central Florida. I was invited to bring the family to Sea World’s Halloween Spooktacular 2017 event. This fun, not scary, family-friendly event is being held at Sea World Orlando every weekend from September 23 – October 29, 2017 and is included with park admission.             This super cute, under-the-sea inspired Halloween event has so much to offer for every age. From trick-or-treating to hula hooping, my girls (and me) were definitely entertained for hours. You are encouraged to join in on the fun at Sea World’s Spooktacular by wearing costumes, but no masks please. If you don’t want to dig out your trick-or-treat pumpkins, Sea World is handing out adorable bags to fill with all of that tasty loot!               Plan on spending most of your day at Sea World, because for an additional cost, you can eat breakfast in Halloween style with some of Sesame Street’s most popular characters. A wonderful, breakfast buffet hosted by Count Von Count has a delicious assortment of breakfast foods and treats to enjoy. This breakfast buffet is located at the air conditioned Sea Fire Grill, no need to worry about being uncomfortable in the Florida heat, while you are indulging in some amazing breakfast eats.             While eating and anticipating the Halloween events of the day, you can snap photos with some of the Sesame Street stars such as Cookie Monster, Rosita, Elmo, and The Count. There is also an adorable little, musical Halloween number the loveable monsters perform on stage. All of my girls loved the buffet and meeting their favorite characters. You truly never grow out of Sesame Street. I still have a big soft spot for Cookie Monster. This addition to your fun-filled day at Sea World’s Spooktacular will cost you $19.99 per adult (10+) and $9.99 per child (3-9), kids under 3 eat free but require a reservation.               Here is a list of all Spooktacular has to share with you and your family this year. Be sure to make a pit-stop at each of these sections,...

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