Visiting the Disney Parks at Halloween can be a lot of fun, but there are some things to know before you go. This week we talk with Patty Holliday to get the scoop on tips for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and visiting Walt Disney World and Disneyland around Halloween.
ON THE PODCAST
00:18 – Talking about Tamara’s recent trip
14:11 – Talking with Patty
15:50 – Disneyland and Disney World at Halloween
18:55 – Patty’s Favorite things about Disneyland at Halloween
21:28 – What else is going on in the parks at Halloween
24:00 – Events that need a special ticket
31:13 – Tips for Halloween party
37:25 – Halloween night at the resorts
39:08 – Food at Halloween tips
40:20 – Other Disney tips
43:33 – Favorite travel gear
47:23 – Tip of the week
ABOUT PATTY HOLLIDAY
Patty Holliday is a wife, mother of four, and theme park lover who loves early mornings. She hasn’t found a sunrise that disappoints her yet! Find her in the DC Metro area or anywhere frequent flyer miles or her trusty Honda Odyssey takes her. She blogs at noguiltlife.com Follow Patty on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.
DISNEY HALLOWEEN TIPS
- Disneyland Halloween Party tickets sell out very quickly. So if you are looking to go, be sure to look into tickets in advance. They tend to start selling the tickets around July.
- If your kids have allergies, Disney World offers a special bag for trick or treating that involves tokens that can be redeemed at specific location for candy and crafts.
- If you do not plan on going to the Halloween party at the parks you should still be aware of the dates that this is going on in the fall season. The Magic Kingdom park will close at 7pm for regular guests.
- You don’t need a park ticket to go to the party, so this will be a great opportunity to spend your day outside of the park. With the party ticket you can get into the park three hours early for the event and enjoy some park time.
- If you are planning to eat at a restaurant before going to the Halloween Party, be sure to make your reservation early so that you are done eating in time to enjoy all of the Halloween fun there is to offer.
FAVORITE TRAVEL GEAR
TIP OF THE WEEK
When you are dressing your kids in costumes, keep in mind that they will be getting in and out of rides and walking around alot! Things like long capes and bulky costumes can make that tough.
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