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Disneyland will be kicking off its Halloween party September 23 – October 31. Guests attending the party will be able to enjoy an all-new spooky spectacular—the “Frightfully Fun parade.” Grim, grinning ghost will come out to socialize, along with the Headless Horseman of Sleepyhollow, and Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin Kings from”Tim Burton’s the Nightmare Before Christmas” and other villainous characters will partake in the chilling and thrilling festivities.


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Hollywood Tower of Terror is getting a special send off. Starting this Halloween season guests entering the iconic hotel will be experiencing the attraction in a whole new way. For a limited time starting at dusk, visitors will enter the lift and ride the hair-raising attraction the entire time in the pitch black darkness. There will also be opportunities for special photo ops in front of the hotel and themed food and drinks along with new merchandise to celebrate the beloved attraction during it’s final Halloween season.



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Hollywood Studios

Minnie Mouse has been hosting dinners to celebrate the seasons at Hollywood and Vine this year, and fall is no exception. Join Minnie and her friends this Halloween season from September 12- November 6 for this frightfully fun character experience along with a dinner buffet. Adults: $46.99. Children: $27.99 {3-9.}


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Magic Kingdom

Friday is the official start of the Halloween season {even though the decorations went up throughout the park on Monday.} On Friday the new stage show “Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire” will debut its new fall finale, and that is also the first night of the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!! I know, I know it’s Labor Day weekend, it’s a bit batty to be celebrating Halloween. Trust me, if they threw this party in May, my family would try to go we love this festive occasion. I can not stress how much fun it is.


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Disney Springs

Disney has added a bus at each of the Disney theme parks after 4 P.M. to take guests who are leaving the theme parks on a one-way trip to Disney Springs. Guests who drive to Disney Springs will be treated to complimentary parking; this would have been so nice for me two weeks ago.


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As always if you’re thinking of taking a trip to Disney contact me or go right ahead and fill out the estimated quote, there is no fee for a quote or a booking. Thanks for reading the news this week. Enjoy your holiday weekend.

“See you real soon!”