Gearing up for the fall holidays, the Disneyland Resort offers a separate ticketed night time party for adults and kids to enjoy spooky treats, chilling entertainment, and dressing up in their favorite costumes!
Because this event requires park admission and a separately purchased ticket, it can take a little more budgeting or planning to add it to your family’s vacation. Here are a few highlights of the party that I think make it well worth it:
- Everyone gets to dress up! Yes, even adults can enter the park wearing costumes for this event.
- Trick-or-Treating with your favorite Disney Characters inside the park.
- Special Halloween Fireworks display exclusively for party guests.
- Photo locations with backdrops, characters, and villains in their Halloween best.
- Dance party with music and activities for the whole family.
- Specialty food and drink offerings only for party guests.
And let’s not forget, Disneyland after dark is a magical place – enjoy your favorite attractions and entertainment during the party as well!
A few things to note about the party while you plan your spooktacular trip:
- NO Smoking – there are no designated smoking areas during this event. Guests who wish to smoke will be directed to exit the park, smoke in designated areas in the esplanade, and re-enter the park.
- Should be child friendly
- Should not be obstructive, offensive or violent.
- Should not drag on the ground.
- Should not contain sharp objects, pointed objects or materials that may accidentally strike another Guest.
- Should not contain any weapons which resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.
- Masks may be worn, but they must not obstruct vision and eyes must be visible at all times.
- Please be sure costumes meet these guidelines. If a costume cannot be modified, a Guest may be refused entry into the event.
- Guests who dress like Disney Characters may not pose for pictures or sign autographs.
For more information about Mickey’s Halloween party tickets and dates please visit our post Halloween Time at Disneyland, or contact Megan Block on our “Traveling to Disneyland” tab.