Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

On our Disney trip last year we went to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party for the first time. If you are a Disney fan it is definitely an event that you’ll want to experience at least once. There were some things that we learned from our event, so I wanted to share it with you!

The first is that this event is not one that I would recommend for little kids that are easily scared. You know your kid and although it is very family friendly, it does have some spooky elements to it. Our youngest REFUSED to ride the Haunted Mansion, even though he’s ridden it before.

The second is that I would recommend setting aside a ticket day for it. You can typically enter in the park around 6 p.m. (this changes) for the event, and you’ll most likely end up staying until around midnight. If you’ve already been in the park all day this can make for a very late night, especially with younger kids.

Pick one or two chosen character meet and greets and head there to get in line as soon as you get in the park. The costumed characters take breaks, so what may be a thirty minute line, may turn into a much longer line if the characters are taking breaks ever so often.

Plan ahead and pick what you think are your key events. We picked the parade, a treat at Storybook Treats and watched the fireworks from that area. Then we went trick or treating as we walked through the park.

Get the magic pictures! You can only get them at the event, and we found that most of these lines were not long.

Ride the rides! Especially this year, some rides have special experiences, and there were rides that we walked on to, that you can’t always do that.

And lastly, have fun! There are so many different things to do at these events that sometimes you forget to actually enjoy it.

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  1. Die beiden LEGO BrickHeadz Micky Maus uns Minnie Maus mit den Setnummern 41624 und 41625 sind ab heute im LEGO Online Shop (Werbelink) verfügbar. Die beiden Sets wurden um Mitternacht freigeschaltet und lassen sich ab heute bestellen. Micky im LEGO Online Shop ansehen! Minnie im LEGO Online Shop ansehen! Hier könnt ihr euch alle offiziellen Setbilder der beiden BrickHeadz anschauen: LEGO 41624 Micky Maus Mickey Maus hat die BrickHeadz Nummer 66 und besteht aus 109 Teilen. Der Preis wird (wie immer bei den BrickHeadz bei 9,99 Euro liegen, einen genauen Releasetermin für Mickey gibt es allerdings noch nicht. LEGO 41624 Minnie Maus Mickey hat die BrickHeadz Nummer 67 und besteht aus 129 Teilen. Genaue Infos zum offiziellen Releasetermin gibt es auch hier bisher nicht ich gehe jedoch davon aus, dass es nicht mehr all zu lange dauern sollte, bis wir die beiden BrickHeadz 41624 und 41625 auch hierzulande in den Händen halten können. Damit ihr die Übersicht nicht verliert, habe ich eine BrickHeadz Liste mit allen bisher erschienenen BrickHeadz Sets erstellt. Das dürfte ein guter Anlaufpunkt für Interessierte und Sammler sein.

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