As summer wanes, the fall season ushers in a variety of enticing family experiences at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. This year, fan-favorite seasonal celebrations will return with new festive and delicious offerings for guests of all ages to enjoy.
Enjoy Haunting Halloween Festivities at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park brews up eerie-sistible delights from entertaining parades and exclusive character photo opportunities to scary-good treats. The special-ticket event is offered on select nights from Aug. 11 to Nov. 1 after normal park hours from 7 p.m. to midnight.
New for 2023, partygoers can see Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, and Clarabelle Cow dressed as the Sanderson Sisters from Disney’s “Hocus Pocus” in Mickey’s “Boo-To-You” Halloween Parade.
Thirty scrumptious, specially themed fall and Halloween treats will be offered throughout the park. Select treatswill be exclusively available for purchase at the party while others will be offered to Magic Kingdom guests during regular hours. Guests can trick-or-treat their way through the park and indulge in delicious Mars sweets like SKITTLES, SNICKERS and M&M’S, while dressed in their happiest, not-so-scary Halloween costumes.
Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho, The Seven Dwarfs return this year for event-exclusive photo opportunities.
Enchanting entertainment abounds as a spirited pirate band takes over Adventureland with spooky sea shanties.
Pop-up parties – featuring Max Goof and his Powerline party pack – will appear throughout the park before the troupe dances its way onto Main Street, U.S.A. ahead of Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade.
Party guests can commemorate their visit with an event-themed step-in photo experience.
Each guest will also receive a reusable trick-or-treat bag and commemorative print to round out the special Halloween offerings.
SeaWorld Orlando has implemented a weather assurance policy that lets guests return to the park at no additional cost.
The Weather-or-Not Assurance program guarantees the value of your park ticket and can be used year-round for park visits impacted by inclement weather
SeaWorld Orlando usually remains open even when the weather isn’t cooperating. You never know when thunder and lightning, hail, or even a hurricane might unexpectedly land and ruin your good time. But don’t worry. That’s when SeaWorld’s Weather-or-Not Assurance steps in to provide you with a free return visit.
Your visit is covered through SeaWorld’s Weather-or-Not Assurance program. This program guarantees the value of your park experience and applies year-round, covering weather events such as rain, lightning, extreme heat, wind, snow, hail and more.
Inclement weather causes early closure or negatively impacts the park’s operating hours.
Rides are closed for over 60 minutes due to lightning, strong winds, heat, rain or snow.
If park temperatures reach a heat index of 110 degrees or above.
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If your plans include visiting Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts please note the following from Disney’s website.
“From January 2025 through May 2025, Stormalong Bay and Shipwreck Pool at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts will be closed for routine maintenance. Guests may see or hear construction work during daytime hours. During this time, Guests are welcome to swim at the Tidal, Admiral and Dunes Cove leisure pools.”
Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Will Unleash Soul-Cleansing Screams and Park-wide Terror with All-New Haunted House, Scare Zones and More.. Guests can brave six spine-chilling scare zones, five hair-raising haunted houses and four elaborate entertainment productions at Tampa Bay’s most terrifying Halloween event.
Guests can officially start warming up their vocal cords (it’s called Howl-O-Scream for a reason!). Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is slated to awaken the guests’ innermost fears and make them scream to the extreme with the ultimate parkwide terror including an all-new haunted house, two new scare zones, and all-new interactive entertainment offerings. Six spine-chilling scare zones, five hair-raising haunted houses and four elaborate entertainment productions will have guests screaming at the top of their lungs. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay’s Howl-O-Scream takes place select nights from Sept. 8 through Oct. 31, 2023.
This year, new terrors hailing from the afterlife and iconic frights will make even the bravest souls whimper in fear. Fan-favourite haunted houses such as Stranglewood Estate, Witch of the Woods and The Residence: Home for the Holidays will return, as well as infamous scare zones including The Junkyard, Beyond the Veil, The Shortcut and Ravens Mill. These returning favourites are just a few of the experiences that will complement the following fear-inducing new additions: Continue reading →
Disney resumed the tram service at the Magic Kingdom in December 2021 and Animal Kingdom in May 2022 after pausing the service during the pandemic shutdown in 2020. Now Disney has announced that the final two parks will resume their Tram service starting this September.
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