Mickey’s Halloween Party, a look at the effects and theming
The Magic Kingdom becomes ghost and ghoul themed when night falls and Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party begins.
A signature attraction of the night is The Haunted Mansion, which glows eerily in a shroud of fog.
The pet cemetery, just past the Haunted Mansion exit, was relocated a few months ago to make way for the upcoming new pathway into Fantasyland.
Each of the trick-or-treat locations has a character theme. Here, the riverboat is moored for the night and docked by strands of Mardi Gras beads.
Louis Gator, from The Princess and The Frog, provides the treats at the riverboat.
Nearby, a cast member drew Mickey in the pavement with a small broom and a dustpan of water.
Pumpkin Mickey is drawn with light on the pavement.
And Jack Skelington says Boo to guests exiting a Trick-or-Treat location in Frontierland.
Pirates seem to have placed their mark on Big Thunder Mountain.
Pirates of the Caribbean itself is bathed in fog.
Tikis in Adventureland have scared their guests away. And they laugh in delight!
Monstrous spiders have invaded Tomorrowland.
At Storybook Circus, additional frightfully delicious treats can be purchased.
Lighting on Main Street plays symphony of changing color.
Hitchhiking ghosts ask you to wait your turn here, at Guest Relations.
Phineas and Ferb have a Halloween backdrop.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is held on select nights through Oct 31. It includes villainous shows, a boo-to-You villain-filled parade, a Happy Hallowishes fireworks show and more.
Check out our coverage of this year’s party in the episode of Orlando Attractions Magazine – The Show below:
Huh! They are doing a lot more in overall theming than the last time I was there. Cool!