Disneyland Dresses Up for Halloween

Photo credit viktor ‏@datboivik

Photo credit viktor ‏@datboivik

Halloween at Disneyland is always a spooktacular event. Kids will have a ball meeting all of the specially costumed characters and munching on the treats they gather in their Halloween bags. Adults will have just as much fun enjoying Disney’s transformation for this extremely popular seasonal event.

Mickey’s 2015 Halloween Party

If you want to get the most out of your Halloween holiday experience, you should consider purchasing tickets to Mickey’s Halloween Party. The “party” is a separate event and is not part of your regular admission ticket to Disneyland. You have to buy a ticket if you want to attend Mickey’s Halloween Party.

A total of 17 parties will be held between September 11, 2015 and November 1, 2015. The first party begins on September 25, 2015 and the last party is on Halloween night, October 31, 2015. About three parties will be held each week.

Mickey’s Halloween parties start at either 6 p.m. or 7 p.m. and each one lasts for five hours. The parties are all family friendly and children and adults are all encourage to come in costume.

Tickets can be purchased in advance and they range in price from $69-$84. In addition to admission to Mickey’s Party, your ticket entitles you to enter the Disneyland Park three hours before the party starts and also to receive free parking for a standard-sized vehicle. Tickets are going fast and the October 31 party is already sold out. If you want to go, get your tickets now.

Float from the Anaheim Halloween parade 2014 - Photo credit Audrey Moorehead ‏@SwitchedOnDJ

Float from the Anaheim Halloween parade 2014 – Photo credit Audrey Moorehead ‏@SwitchedOnDJ

What Do Party Goers Get?

1. A chance to see Mickey’s Costume Party Cavalcade. Enjoy the festively decorated floats and haunting musical Cavalcade as it proceeds down Main Street two times each night.

2. A Halloween Screams Fireworks Spectacular that starts at 9:30 p.m. each night and is presented exclusively for guests who attend Mickey’s Halloween Party.

3. A chance to attend the Monsters U Dance Party at the Tomorrowland Terrace and dance the night away.

4. Pose for photos with some of your favorite and scary characters at special locations around the Park.

5. Trick or treat. Kids can gather up chocolates and mote healthy snacks on the Hide-and-Go-Treat Trails. Disney expects to give out over 500,000 treats on the 17 days of Mickey’s Halloween parties.

Halloween Fun for All

If you don’t attend Mickey’s Halloween Party, you can still have great Halloween fun at Disneyland. Regular admission to Disneyland gives you access to special Halloween displays and rides.

The Haunted Mansion Holiday presentation will send chills up your spine. The Space Mountain ride takes you through a never-before-seen haunted section of the universe. Do you dare to enter the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and take the terrifying drop through the haunted tower? Main Street is the site for a big carved-pumpkin festival and the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a traditional skeleton display in Frontierland.

Whatever you choose to do when you visit Disneyland during the Halloween season, don’t look back. You never know if the spirit behind you is friendly or is a scary monster. Woooo Hoooo!

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