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Halloween and Christmas Parties?

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World' started by AKLnut, Jul 21, 2008.

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    Hi, never been to these but they look good from the photos I've seen

    Can someone tell me what goes on there and are they worth the money? Also any photos would be nice thanks :p
     
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    I've got a load of photos of MNSSHP including a really good one of the headless horseman :D

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    I loved MNSSHP :D

    The ones I've got of MVMCP are a few years old but I would recommend them both :D
     
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    We've been to MNSSHP. It was excellent and well worth the money.
    Both DH and I dressed in costumes, did loads of Trick-or-Treating, had a great photo taken and loved the parade.
    As it was Halloween the park was busy but not as packed as I thought it would be.
    Highly recommended. :p015:
     
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    Oh my goodness, the horseman never went that slow, the years I was there.:shocked025: The parks are packed ,:10: but it is well worth the money to go.:stripey:
     
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    Chris got him just as he came round the corner before he went whizzing down Main Street. It take him both parades to get a decent one though :lol:
     
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    I haven't done the MVMCP but MNSSHP is absolutely fantastic. 2 parades, the first one is very busy but it gets a bit quieter for the second one. Loads of trick or treating station and adults fill their bags as well as little ones. Not scary although the characters in the Haunted Mansion may frighten little ones a bit. I didn't think it was as busy as I was expecting and quietens down a lot after the first parade.
     
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    Well he sure did get a good one. I am a little nervous around horses, been kicked by one. I could have made home funniest vidio, as I JUMPed onto the park bench, knocking several people aside ,as the horseman went flying pass. old woman had a lot of sorrying to do. And of course just my luck I always go to the first parade, too darn tired to wait for the last one.
     
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    We've been to both. I REALLY love MNSSHP. It's fun to dress up and trick or treat. The Boo To You parade is fun too.

    MVMCP is also fun. It's nice to see everything all decorated for Christmas and to see snow on Main Street.
     

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