Those planning a trip to Disney World during the fall, will find the parks decorated with Halloween displays, shops in Disney Springs filled with Halloween merchandise and Disney World parks & resorts serving up special fall themed treats. There are so many Disney World Halloween experiences that make it more than worth it to visit this time of year.
Disney World Halloween Experiences
You will find that Magic Kingdom goes all out for Halloween.
The Halloween decorations at Magic Kingdom are some of the best!
The park entrance has large Jack-o-Lanterns and there are scarecrows and candy corn banners hanging along Main Street USA.
One of the main events at Magic Kingdom this time of year is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
This special ticketed event begins in August and runs through Halloween at Disney World.
If you want to bring something home from a Disney Halloween trip, you will have no trouble finding merchandise through out Disney World.
One of the best place to find Halloween themed Disney merchandise is at Disney Springs.
You will find great items as stores like Marketplace Coop, World of Disney and even at Once Upon a Toy.
Animal Kingdom Halloween
While there are no major Halloween events at Animal Kingdom, you will find characters dressed up during Donald’s Dino Bash.
Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, Launchpad McQuack & Chip ’n Dale are dressed in dino-inspired costumes during this dance party.
Over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you can enjoy a special Halloween themed dinner at Hollywood and Vine.
Minnie’s Halloween Dine is a monster feast that features some fall favorites along with giving you the chance to see characters.
Minnie Mouse will be dressed as a happy witch, Goofy is coming as a spooky cowboy, Mickey Mouse dresses as a funny vampire, and his best pal, Pluto, will have on his special Halloween collar.
Disney World Halloween Treats
When it comes to spooky treats, you can expect to find plenty of seasonal goodies to choose from at all of the Disney Parks and at Disney Springs.
There are candy apples themed for Halloween, along with specialty snacks like Jack-o-lantern cookies and Pumpkin-flavored desserts.
There is even a Mickey Cinnamon Bun that is holiday themed!
Disney Resorts also get in on the Halloween festivities by having specialty desserts & alcoholic beverages. Take a look at the Fall Foodie Guide for information on where to find these special treats and drinks can be found.
With so many different unique experiences in the parks this time of year, you really should consider visiting Disney World this fall.
Have you visited Disney World during Halloween? What is your favorite things about visiting this time of year?