Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
A fixture of the Magic Kingdom every year beginning in August, guests can don their costumes and other autumn finery and celebrate Halloween with this amazing event.Guests are invited to trick-or-treat throughout the park, collecting candy while being able to ride some of their favorite attractions!During this hard-ticket event, guests will be able to meet and greet some of their favorite characters, as well as so hard-to-find characters throughout the park.Between all of the candy and characters, guests will be also be dazzled with some special holiday entertainment, both in the sky and on the ground!
Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival
As the “cold” retreats from Central Florida, Epcot welcomes the advent of spring with another festival, but this one is also festooned with flowers and amazingly intricate topiaries shaped like their favorite Disney characters! Beginning in March and continuing through May, guests will love taking a stroll through World Showcase to find these topiaries. While it may sound like challenging work, guests will be happy to know that they can visit outdoor kitchens spread throughout World Showcase for refreshments to continue their voyage! While the offerings aren’t as numerous as Food and Wine, your stomach will have more than enough choices!
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
After the pumpkins are carved and the candy eaten, guests are invited to visit the Magic Kingdom for another wonderful holiday event from early November through Christmas. On select nights, guests visiting Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party will be invited to enjoy an amazing seasonal parade featuring toy soldiers, unique characters, and a special resident of the North Pole! While waiting for the parade, guests can sample an array of delicious cookies, cocoa, and cider at select locations throughout the park, not to mention pose for photos with their favorite characters in their holiday finery and ride some of their favorite attractions.