The parks are doing a phased reopening today, and Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is scheduled to happen tonight in Magic Kingdom. The Halloween party has been completely sold out for a while now, but tickets are actually available for tonight’s party.
Halloween at the Disney parks is one of our FAVORITE times of year!
We know that not everyone can experience Disney at it’s spookiest, so the next best thing is to bring that energy home!
We’re just a few days away from the start of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, and we are PUMPED!
This popular event hasn’t taken place since 2019, but this year it’s back with trick-or-treating, character meet and greets, and all the fan-favorite entertainment options that make it so special. And for those planning on attending the party, today might be a very important day!
Are you ready for Halloween?!
Probably not, we’re guessing, since it’s only May. 😂 But, Disney gears up for the spooky holiday EARLY, so you can go ahead and make your plans right now (and we suggest you do!). Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is returning this year for the first time since 2019, and tickets are on sale RIGHT NOW! But wait — select guests can actually get a discount on tickets for the event, so let’s see if you qualify!
There are a lot of great things about Disney World, but with the good comes the bad.
Next year is sure to be an exciting time, with the opening of Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind in EPCOT (and possibly TRON in Magic Kingdom) and the continuation of the 50th anniversary celebration. But, there are some things we aren’t looking forward to — here are the things we’re dreading about Disney World in 2022.
FYI, there are a lot of Disney World acronyms you might run into during your vacation planning!
Ever found yourself scouring the web for Disney World info only to come across folks talking about why you should skip SSE first thing in the morning and hit up TT before going to WS?
While some of these shortened terms for Disney rides and concepts are pretty easy to decipher, others might leave you scratching your head, tbh. If you don’t speak this rare and exotic language of Disney-isms, we’re here to help! So, let’s rank 23 of the most common Disney World acronyms from NBD to OMG! And on your next Disney planning foray, you’ll be an EXPERT!
With so many changes happening right now regarding Disney World’s reopening, including a new reservation system, including suspending all Fastpass+ and dining reservations, and canceling all Disney Dining Plans through 2021 (not to mention you can’t purchase park tickets or book a room at Disney World right now), what could this mean for Magic Kingdom’s annual Halloween celebration?
Anyone else get a sudden feeling of hot and cold running chills? Maybe that’s because we’ve got all the dates for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party for 2020, and tickets are ON SALE NOW!
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a Special Ticketed Event that takes place select nights in the Fall in Magic Kingdom. Guests can don their favorite costumes, trick-or-treat around the park, enjoy party-exclusive treats, the special Boo to You parade, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Fireworks Spectacular, and SO much more!
Are you looking for general details about the party? Or scenes during the event? What about the lo-down on ALL of the amazing snacks and treats? We have it all for you here! [Read more…]
I’m so excited to talk about this experience. While Tony’s Town Square Restaurant‘s Italian fare is far from 5-star cuisine, the memories you can make there — if you’re savvy and just a little bit lucky — are second to none.
The restaurant is located in the Exposition Hall right next to Disney World’s Train Station. You’ll remember from Disney’s Lady and the Tramp the restaurant upon which Tony’s is styled — in the alley behind it was where Lady and the Tramp shared their famous spaghetti dinner! And you’ll find several Lady and the Tramp references throughout the restaurant. (Check out this post from SamLand’s Disney Adventures for one very special tie-in!)
The restaurant includes a plush lobby and three main dining areas: an indoor room with booths and tables, a “sunroom” that floods with light during the day, and [Read more…]