“Let’s Boo This!” Now that Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party season is officially underway you don’t want to miss out on these fun hidden characters.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
The incredible Halloween-themed event is back at Disney World after a two-year break! This party boasts parades, stage shows, special fireworks, character meets, trick-or-treating, and SO much more.
You can see the dates and pricing for 2022 HERE and what new updates will take place HERE. Be sure to check out the full foodie guide and the dessert party for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
You can check out the full party map HERE and see all of the great merchandise HERE. If weather affects your party be sure to check out your options HERE.
Fun Hidden Characters
Guests with Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party tickets can enter the Magic Kingdom at 4:00 pm with the party officially starting at 7:00 pm. As party guests enter, they receive their wristbands for the party and pass by The Chapeau through Marketplace Blvd.
This stretch is commonly used during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
Party guests can bypass the crowded pathways of Main Street, USA, and also check out these fun hidden characters. Previously these bronze statues were located around the Cinderella Castle Hub.
We are so excited to see these statues return once again, but this time they will just be visible for guests entering Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party guests can find these great Halloween statues located at the treat entry trail past The Chapeau through Marketplace Blvd.
As guests entered at 4:30 pm for the first party, PhotoPass Photographers were not available to take photos of guests with these statues. It will be interesting to see if PhotoPass Photographers may be present at future parties.
These statues are so fun. You don’t want to miss them if you are attending one of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parties.
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