Halloween décor returns to Magic Kingdom on Sept. 15, guests allowed to wear costumes

Fall is back at Magic Kingdom park starting Sept. 15, and with it will come seasonal décor along Main Street, U.S.A., a costume guideline change for older guests, and more.

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There will be a few spooky surprises in store for guests to celebration the Halloween season at the park, including a Halloween-themed cavalcade with Mickey, Minnie, Pluto and their friends – all decked out in Halloween costumes. Chip ‘n’ Dale will be causing trouble in costume in Frontierland, and other Disney characters will be dressed up and riding the horse-drawn trolley down Main Street.

For the first time ever, guests of all ages will be able to wear costumes during regular operating hours at Magic Kingdom from Sept. 15 – Oct. 31. However, only children younger than 14 years old will be allowed to wear costume masks, and face coverings are required for all guests during their visit. You can check out the park’s Costume Guidelines here. There will also be themed photo opportunities from Disney PhotoPass.


Fall treats will also be back at the park, like the famous Pumpkin-spiced Waffle Sundae!

Halloween-themed merchandise will be available at select locations around the park, including a new spirit jersey, Loungefly mini-backpack, and candy swirl Minnie Mouse ear headband, as well as new apparel inspired by Disney Villains.

Will you be dressing up for your Halloween trip to Magic Kingdom? Let us know what your costume will be in the comments!


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