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Guests attending Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this year have a new upgrade option to consider. Make Villain’s Sinister Soiree: A Wicked Takeover of Cinderella Castle, your last stop of the night and enjoy preferred viewing for the parade and fireworks, plus a new dessert party.… Read More »Villain’s Sinister Soiree adds an upgrade experience for MNSSHP
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Believe it or not we’re less than a month away from the return of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party to the Magic Kingdom. You know what that means? The seasonal merchandise is in. Also, after years of decline in terms of the what’s offered for guests, it sounds like this year’s MNSSHP will have some new offerings.
More merchandise photos and event details below the jump:
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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. However, after the fireworks, the park cleared out and the last couple hours of the night was relatively quick access to any attractions or candy stop we wanted to swing by.
For our family, MNSSHP is a chance to see some walk-around characters we don’t see very often, catch one of our favorite parades, see the Halloween fireworks, and collect some candy. We tend to avoid the dance parties and special food offerings. But if that’s your thing, those looked fun this year.
One new item was added to the pre-parade on Main Street – a flash mob. Well not technically a flash mob, but some sort of impromptu line dancing was taking place. To be honest, I was a little underwhelmed by the effort. Sure it was neat to see cast members out in the street instead of at the restaurant counter, but the stage was just a plain black platform and there really weren’t that many guests out in the street. Now, I saw the pre-parade show before the 2nd parade, so the first parade may have had more energy. But frankly, I’d rather they spend this entertainment budget on doing things like adding the Dapper Dans on a ghostly boat tour aboard the Lilly Belle or more atmosphere around the park.
It won’t just be dozens of glow merchandise carts and the Headless Horseman that precedes the nightly parade at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this year, Main Street USA will be home a new dance party the “Not So Scary Street Jam!”. This interactive… Read More »New Dance Party Added to MNSSHP Pre-Parade
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