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Photos – Jack Skellington & Sally Meet and Greet Area during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

Take a look at photos of the Jack Skellington & Sally Meet and Greet Area during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom.

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Ferrytale Fireworks: A Sparkling Dessert Cruise Returns

Beginning Dec. 1, 2017, guests are invited to enjoy a unique dessert party featuring unforgettable views of the Magic Kingdom® Park fireworks as Ferrytale Fireworks: A Sparkling Dessert Cruise returns to Walt Disney World® Resort. The event will begin one hour and 15 minutes prior to each evening’s fireworks at Magic Kingdom Park, meeting at the Transportation and Ticket Center Tour Garden.

Once guests board the iconic General Joe Potter ferryboat, they’ll set their sights on the horizon and celebrate their senses with decadent sweets and tasty specialty beverages for all ages, followed by one-of-a-kind views of the world-famous fireworks blooming over Magic Kingdom Park. On select nights that coincide with Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party during the month of December, the cruise will feature the beautiful holiday fireworks spectacular and special seasonal desserts such as holiday cookies and peppermint cheesecake, as well as hot cocoa with a variety of toppings.

In addition to desserts and drinks, this event also offers fun activities such as a Glow-in-the-Dark Scavenger Hunt, where guests can search for Hidden Mickeys throughout the Ferryboat. And when the fireworks begin, they’ll receive a pair of “Mickey Vision” viewing lenses, through which they might just be able to see one of their favorite characters appear in each burst of light!

Ferrytale Fireworks: A Sparkling Dessert Party takes place on Fridays and Sundays through Jan. 28, 2018. Book by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

Photos – Splash Mountain Construction

Take a look as Splash Mountain is undergoing a refurbishment.





Photos – Halloween Decorations Around The Main Street USA Train Station Hub Area at Magic Kingdom

Check out some photos of the Halloween Decorations Around The Main Street USA Train Station at Magic Kingdom.


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Photos – Pumpkins of Main Street USA at Magic Kingdom

Take a look at the faces of the Pumpkins of Main Street USA at Magic Kingdom

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Photo Gallery – Halloween Decorations Around the Entrance to Magic Kingdom

Take a look at photos of the Halloween Decorations Around the Entrance to Magic Kingdom


Fun Facts about Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park

13 Not-so-Frightening Fun Facts for All

No need to be frightened out of your wits to enjoy true Halloween fun!  Magic Kingdom Park celebrates the season with the family-friendly Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party on select nights Aug. 25 – Nov. 1, 2017.  With your special admission ticket, you can dress up in your favorite costume and count the ways to enjoy this seasonal favorite funfest.  Visit for more information.

  1. 2017 marks 23 fantastically fun years of Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween Party
  2. The mischievous Sanderson Sisters from Disney’s “Hocus Pocus” return to the mortal world during the Halloween season during the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular” stage show on the Castle Forecourt Stage.
  3. 176 individually-themed, carved pumpkins adorn the balconies and windowsills of Main Street, U.S.A.
  4. More than 23,100 feet or about 4-1/4 miles of cable is installed for special lighting and sound effects that are part of the party’s Halloween entertainment
  5. A cast of 175, including performers, float drivers, costumers, cosmetologists, decorators and maintenance cast members, brings Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade to life
  6. 23 miles of parade route — that’s how far Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade will travel over the course of the season
  7. 13 Disney characters are exclusive to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party entertainment: Jack Skellington and Sally from “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” who greet guests near Pete’s Silly Side Show in Fantasyland, and during the Boo-to-You Halloween Parade, guests can see Big Al, Captain Barbosa, Dr. Facilier, Oogie Boogie, Shenzi, Banzai and Ed — the three hyenas from “The Lion King,” — plus three Hitch-Hiking Ghosts from the Haunted Mansion
  8. The Happy HalloWishes fireworks spectacular is narrated by the Ghost Host from the Haunted Mansion and features many of your favorite Disney Villains who go trick or treating in the night sky
  9. 999 Grim Grinning Ghosts enhance a not-too-spooky Halloween experience at the Haunted Mansion
  10. More than 250 tons of candy will be handed out to party guests during 32 Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Parties
  11. 40 different kinds of brand-name candies, including Skittles, M&Ms and Kit Kats, are included in three trick-or-treat candy mixes offered during the parties
  12. Guests can visit 14 tasty treat locations to fill their treat bags with candy
  13. 0 Tricks and countless treats make Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party a memorable evening for all!

Photos – Halloween Themed Storefront Windows Along Main Street USA

Check out these cool Halloween themed storefront windows along Main Street USA at Magic Kingdom.

Photos – Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

Take a look at some photos from Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.  These were taken from Frontierland, where while it is a great place to view the parade (less crowded), the lighting is not as great as Main Street USA as far as pictures.

Discover Even More Magic This Holiday Season at Magic Kingdom

  • A Frozen Holiday Wish – Behold an enchanting performance to melt a frozen heart. Royal sisters Anna and Elsa lead a celebration on the Castle Forecourt Stage nightly Nov. 9-Dec. 31. Featuring special appearances by rugged mountain man Kristoff and lovable snowman Olaf, this merry-and-bright seasonal show culminates in Queen Elsa using her incredible powers to present a gift to everyone in the kingdom – transforming Cinderella Castle into a glimmering, shimmering ice palace for the holidays.
  • Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party – It’s a Christmas party like no other, with joyous music, a shimmering Cinderella Castle, characters in their festive finery and the Magic Kingdom decked out and made even more magical for merry-making guests of all ages. Each specially ticketed, limited-attendance event features an exclusive performance of Holiday Wishes fireworks and the earliest performances of other spectaculars like Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, the Frozen Holiday Wish castle-lighting ceremony and Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration stage show. The special party – complete with cookies, cocoa and snow flurries – begins at 7 p.m., after regular park hours. Parties will be held on November 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 26 and 28, and December 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21 and 22.

For more information and to purchase tickets for this after-hours party, visit

  • Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade – This enchanting holiday pageant sings and dances its way through the Magic Kingdom park daily Dec. 23-Dec 31. It also makes a special appearance at each Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Brimming with magic and cheer, the parade features Santa Claus, gingerbread men, elves, reindeer, toy soldiers and other friends from the North Pole. They all join Mickey and friends – including Arendelle favorites Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf – in an over-the-top celebration of the season.
  • Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration – From Dec 23-Dec. 31, Mickey and Minnie take to Cinderella Castle Forecourt Stage where they host some of their Disney friends for an unforgettable Christmas soiree filled with classic and contemporary holiday songs. Magical holiday projections on Cinderella Castle build to a sensational, snowy finale. Performances are also featured during each Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.