Halloween at WDW

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  1. BevW

    BevW New Member

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    We've been to WDW during October, but not during Halloween. This year I'm taking 2 of my granddaughters and my youngest is bringing the rest of the family (which includes the baby sisters of the 2 girls I'm bringing)
    ANYWAY.... other than Mickeys Not so scary thing going on, is there anything else the girls can do since they'll be missing the opportunity to go Trick or Treating this year.
    The older girls are sort of ok with this because they're going to DISNEY!! But the 3 year old will be bummed I'm sure.
    Any tips?
     
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    If you go to MNSSHP they will be able to trick-or-treat in the park and get tons of candy! We love MK at Halloween. The Boo to You Parade is wonderful as is the special HalloWishes. We've been several times and will happily go back again. :)
     
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    We would love to do the MNSSHP But there are 7 of us and we can't really afford the price of the tickets.
    Thanks though!
     
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    I've always really enjoyed MNSSHP even though I'm an adult. Trick and treating is such fun and the Boo to You parade is fantastic. We do the rides during the first parade 'cos then there's hardly any wait time and then stay for the second parade. I absolutely love it and would go that time of the year always if I could but now grandson comes with us we have to go during the school holidays and I really miss the party
     
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    Wow, yes, that would get VERY pricey :D

    Also, MNSSHP for Halloween proper is sold out already. I feel like I read somewhere that you could Trick or Treat at Downtown Disney...but I also could have dreamed that up......let me check.
     
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    Thanks Becca! That would be awesome. The 12 and 10 year old are all "Just give us a couple of bags of candy and we'll call it good" LOL
     
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    I know it is expensive but a few years ago we were in WDW in early September and realized that we would be there for the first night of MNSSHP. It was exoensive but we had a blast and would love to do it again.
     
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    Like Becca said, I am sure they do a small trick or treat at DD. Whether they will do it this year though because of all the work :unsure:
     
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    When we were staying in CSR at Halloween they had a carved pumpkin comp that guests could vote for. Also plenty of decorations so the atmosphere was really good. You could check to see if your resort will be organising anything for children.
     
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    I believe celebration do a halloween event. Not quite Disney now but it might be worth looking into?
     
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    Thanks everyone! We'll head to DD and see what's up and if we have time, maybe see what Celebration and stock up on CANDY!!!!
     
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    They used to do trick or treating at DTD. I thought they'd stopped it, but I could be wrong. Celebration has it, and so do the Publix grocery stores. :yes:
     
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    I guess I should really call WDW and find out because I don't want the Disney police arresting the older girls for impersonating a Princess (or Pirate in this case) Thanks everyone!
     

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