MNSSHP is wonderful, it is the best party in my opinion, there are lots of shows, 2 parades and Hallowishes. We go every year, I just can't help myself
I know I would need a special ticket for this, but how does it work if I am already in MK that day? Do I have to exit and re-enter? How do they know who did and did not pay for MNSSHP?
I knew about MNSSHP but it did not cross my mind that MK closed at 7 on certain days because of it.
Is this event aimed more towards children? I think that's my concern, I love Halloween, and I'd like to attend, but I fear it won't be so exciting because we're both adults. If my boyfriends daughter were coming, we would go for sure..Originally Posted by Suebeattie, post: 309134
It is a separate priced event. If you are already in the park on your regular ticket there is no need to leave. Starting at 4PM you simply walk up to one of several locations where they are giving out wrist bands, show your party ticket and get a wrist band.Originally Posted by Miss Britt, post: 309135
My wife are are now both in our 60's. We have been to MNSSHP MANY times.Originally Posted by Miss Britt, post: 309136
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I don't like wine either BUT love the Food and Wine Festival. It is fun to sample foreign foods and just experience the atmosphere.Originally Posted by Miss Britt, post: 308622
The party is for everyone, we don't have children and we go
Adults can go through the candy stations, you will surprised how many people actually dress up, I know I was. You can have a meet and greet with all of the seven dwarves, there are villains out that you don't normally see, I could go on, needless to say I think it's really good
I may even dress up when we go - I need to find an outfit for zac. May wait till we get there cos I would imagine there are a lot more choices over in the states!
The only other time we were in orlando at halloween was when I was 15 and we went to the universal fright nights (I think they were cheaper than disney), needless to say we won't do that again! So disneys version sounds a lot better and we can get loads of candy