It's a family favorite halloween tradition, Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom!
This year was a bit different for our boys, mostly because they LOVE Mickey's Toontown, which is closed due to construction. But it did open an opportunity for us to do lots of rides that we normally don't ride. We rode Peter Pan, I think, for the first time EVER in our lives. The boys enjoyed It's a Small World, but about half-way through they were finished.
It's a great event for the whole family. Lots of great people watching opportunities! Check out my photo gallery. You'll see the big giant penguin dad - he was pretty awesome - except for the fact that the rest of his entire family came in regular clothes.
And then there's the male Blow Pop dude - he's a bit...interesting.
The candy was great this year - lots of chocolate - which they haven't had a lot of in years past. You could tell due to all the construction issues the candy areas had to move around a lot. Some seemed a little crowded and the lines were a bit confusing.
But all-in-all, great night by all!
Today, they added a new interactive element to the Halloween party.
A new game called Mickey's Trick or Treat available from Disney on Facebook lets users get in the Halloween spirit by virtually trick-or-treating with online friends and decorating their own porch.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has added signs scattered throughout the park with a code guests can submit in the game and unlock prizes.