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Fall is Breezing into Walt Disney World, Countdown to “Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party” Begins

1 September 2010 No Comment

Walt Disney World may still be experiencing temps in the mid-90s with 70% humidity but a touch of fall is breezing its way into the Magic Kingdom. Reports are coming in from all over the ‘Disneyweb’ that Main Street is starting to transform into an autumnal anomaly in the heat of summer which begs the thought; “Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party” must be on its way!

Jack-o-lanterns carved to the theme of each store front they adorn, candy-corn colored buntings, and leaves of gold & red are reportedly popping up on Main Street in preparation for the fall season.

Jennifer Newton, a Disney parks enthusiast from Wellington, Florida commented on the decor: “It’s no surprise that Disney has started to decorate for Halloween already, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is a popular event & people love the atmosphere. It must take a lot of time to magically transform the park.”

Jim Nordstrom, who often enjoys trips to Walt Disney World with his wife, daughter & two grand-children, jokes: “Once you wipe the beading sweat from your brow you feel like you’re in Vermont!”

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party runs on select nights from September 14 – November 1, you don’t have to attend the after-hours event to enjoy Halloween decor in the Magic Kingdom but the party offers unique entertainment, a spooky fireworks spectacular, Halloween treats, and one of the most renowned Disney parades. Separately priced tickets are required for admission & can be purchased by calling (407) WDISNEY or online at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.

* photos are from last year’s events

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