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New Experiences at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

It's hard to believe that the first Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) is less than two months away!  This hard-ticket event is one of my favorite in all of Walt Disney World.  While there was already a ton to do at the party, this year there are going to be even more cool experiences!
The Mad Tea Party will add new lighting and effects as you spin yourself dizzy!  Depending on the color of your costume, you may also transform under the lights.  This means you should definitely take advantage of one of the only times adults are permitted to wear a costume to the Disney parks!
In Adventureland, Pirates of the Caribbean will also be getting a Halloween makeover.  There will be new pirates to visit as you search for "Gunpowder Pete."
It's always good to see (Captain) Jack Sparrow
Space Mountain will also get a spooky overlay with new music and sound effects.  I'm such a fan of Hyperspace Mountain in Disneyland so I can't wait to see what they do with this!
Blasting off on Space Mountain
If you've got little ones in your group, they'll have a great time in Storybook Circus.  New this year is Storybook Circus Junior Jam, a dance party with Disney Junior friends, including Doc McStuffins! 
Storybook Circus during last year's party
All of this new entertainment is in addition to the already existing character meet and greets, trick or treating, and classic MNSSHP entertainment. Don't forget about:
Halloween decorations
Mickey's Boo To You Halloween Parade
Hocus Pocus Villain Spooktacular
Special character meet and greets
Hallowishes fireworks
It's not too late to plan your 2018 trip or too early to think about 2019! Message me at kellyp@magicaladventurestravel for a free, no obligation quote today!

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  1. This all sounds like SO much fun! Wish we could attend this year!

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