It’s not even summer yet, but we’re already thinking about spooky season!
Even though Disney has not yet announced if Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party will return this year, fall remains a popular time to visit the parks. There are plenty of pumpkin-inspired treats, the weather is great, and you’ve got a chance to see some pretty cool characters! But if you want to visit the parks on October 31st, you’d better start planning.
Disney currently requires a Park Pass reservation in addition to a valid theme park ticket in order to visit. These reservations tend to go FAST, especially for holidays or other peak times! Such is the case for Halloween at Magic Kingdom, which is full for both Theme Park Ticket Guests…
…and Resort Guests.
Annual Passholders, on the other hand, do still have full availability. But that could disappear soon, so act fast!
If you wanted a Park Pass for Halloween and feel like you’ve missed your chance, don’t worry! Disney tends to release more passes as time goes on. Keep checking the availability calendar — and we’ll keep you posted here, too. And if you can’t get a pass for Magic Kingdom, you can always Park Hop over after 2PM, should capacity permit.
Good luck snagging that reservation!
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