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Tag Archives: Halloween
We were pleased to be invited to the Magic Kingdom to enjoy an evening at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. This event fell on a Friday evening and the crowds were fairly thick for the start of the evening. … Continue reading
This weekend marked the official return to Halloween at Disneyland. Once again Jack Skellington and the gang from Nightmare Before Christmas has taken over the Haunted Mansion to create Haunted Mansion Holiday. Technical director Joe Peters gives us a fantastic … Continue reading
We visited the Magic Kingdom last weekend and were surprised to see how much of the park had been festooned with fall decorations. Specifically, September 2nd, a full two months ahead of time, seemed a bit early for the Halloween … Continue reading
It’s going to bee a not-so-scary time aboard the Disney Cruise Line this Halloween. The four ships will treat guests sailing during late October to a spook-tacular good time with special activities and holiday themed events. Guests of all ages … Continue reading