Sunday, October 21, 2012

Spooky Fun at the Walt Disney World Resort

Disney holds a special place in my heart!  My husband and I have visited a couple times without the kids and we love everything about this magical destination.  We were planning to take a family trip this past summer until we found out that Baby C was on the way :)  Now, we're hoping to take the kids in two years.  They're already making planning and poring over the promotional DVDs and brochures to plan the trip.

Jared is a local travel agent that specializes in Disney Dream Vacations.  In the past, he has shared his expertise with us about various Disney topics.  You'll definitely want to check out his tips for Dining at Disney!  Now, he's back to share the excitement at Disney during the Halloween season.

The Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida is the perfect place for a family vacation any time of the year. That includes Halloween, where the magic makers at Disney transform the Parks and Resorts into a spooky, family fun environment. You won’t find terrifying zombies or monsters and no one is going to chase you with a fake chainsaw like at most theme parks this time of year. This makes the Walt Disney World Resort the perfect place for small children at Halloween.

The Magic Kingdom park is at the center of the festivities featuring the popular “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.” This party (celebrating its 18th year) includes Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade featuring the Headless Horseman and several characters exclusive to the Halloween parade such as Captain Barbosa, the three hyenas from “The Lion King,” Kanga and Roo, and the three Hitch-Hiking Ghosts from the Haunted Mansion. Your children can trick or treat safely along 2 treat trails that include 15 treat locations featuring name brand candy.   The party is a special event and requires an additional event ticket along with regular park admission.

No day at the Magic Kingdom is complete without fireworks and Halloween is no exception. The dark sky of the Magic Kingdom is lit up with The Happy HalloWishes firework spectacular hosted by the Ghost House from the Haunted Mansion.

It’s not too late to visit, the fright-free parties run through November 2nd, 2012. Contact me today to make your Disney Halloween dreams come true! To find out more, you can reach me at or on Facebook

Have you been to the Walt Disney World Resort during the Halloween season? Share your memories in the comment section or on my Facebook Page

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