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Disney Floral & Gift Offering Mickey’s Spooktacular Celebration at Walt Disney World

Guests at the Walt Disney World Resort can add some not-so-scary magic to their hotel room with the latest creation from Disney Floral & Gifts.

The 'Mickey's Spooktacular Celebration' features a bin full of Halloween goodies, a Halloween blanket, Mickey pillow cases, shadow puppets, a light up candelabra with spider webs, glowing eyes, and much more.

The hotel room door will also be decorated with a Halloween-themed banner.

Special Treats Appearing in the Magic Kingdom for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Guests at this year's Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party can indulge their sweet tooth on more than just candy.

Dining locations around the park will be serving up spooky sweet treats created just for the Halloween parties.

The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor is serving up handmade ice cream cookie sandwiches created with festive Halloween cookies and hand scooped ice cream. The Main Street Bakery will be tempting guests with a Candy Corn Cupcake and a Mummy cupcake, while Gaston's Tavern is offering a Ghost Cupcake.

Disney Cruise Line Celebrating Halloween on the High Seas this Fall

Guests sailing on Disney Cruise Line ships this fall have a chance to celebrate Halloween on the High Seas.

Last year the Halloween-themed event only happened on the Disney Dream but this year for the first time all four ships will celebrate with Halloween-themed cruises beginning in September.

Tickets on Sale Now for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

If you're planning a trip this fall or early winter to the Walt Disney World Resort, tickets for two special events are now on sale.

Tickets for Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party are available online.

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party takes place on select nights in September and October at the Magic Kingdom. This hard-ticket event is for kids of all ages and everyone is encouraged to dress in costume.

Disney Cruise Line Announces ‘Halloween on the High Seas’ for fall 2014

Halloween might be months away, but Disney Cruise Line has just announced Halloween on the High Seas will be taking place on most voyages this fall from late September through October.

The Halloween celebration will feature themed-parties, entertainment, and spooky decor including The Pumpkin Tree which magically transforms throughout the cruise.

Jack Skellington and Sally Make Their Debut at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

The Pumpkin King has arrived.

Jack Skellington and his true love Sally, made their debut at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom.

The stars of Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas are holding court in the Town Square area of Main Street U.S.A. on the nights of the Halloween parties. Jack and Sally are frightfully fun as they interact with guests, as you can see in this video clip.

Jack Skellington Coming to This Year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party returns to the Magic Kingdom on September 10 and this year marks the debut of Jack Skellington and Sally from Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Guests will have a chance to meet The Pumpkin King and his true love in Town Square on Main Street U.S.A.

Also new to this year's party is the Monstrous Scream-O-Ween Ball dance in Tomorrowland hosted by Monsters, Inc. scarers Mike and Sulley at the Rockettower Plaza Stage.

Celebrate Halloween on the High Seas with Disney Cruise Line

We all know Halloween is a special time at the Disney Parks with Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party and Halloween Time, but now the celebration heads to the seas on Disney Cruise Line spooky and fun holiday events.

Autumn Brings Not-So-Scary Fun and Fairytale Princesses to the Magic Kingdom

Sure, summer is just beginning but it's never too early to think about fall at the Magic Kingdom, and this year promises to be a magical season.

Ten Villains to Catch at WDW This Fall

Halloween fast approaches, and with it comes a surge of popularity for Disney villains. The Disney Parks Blog put together a top ten list of sorts - ten villains for guests to catch up with during this season at the parks. See how many of your favorites made the list!

  1. Headless Horseman: no head, a glowing jack-o-latern atop a huge, galloping horse? Check, check and check. Catch this classic villain during special appearances during the Magic Kingdom after-hours Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party.

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50 Fun Disney Halloween Costume Ideas For Groups

After years of making Disney Costumes for Halloween (because I know you have) it can be hard to come up with fresh new ideas for your group to wear to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. Well - the cosplay game was on point at this year's D23 Convention in Anaheim, and the Disney/ABC Television Group shared images some of the best fan Cosplay to be found.

Top Tips For A Terrific Experience At Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

This weekend saw the kick off of Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom. While some may be moaning that it's way too early for Halloween (I may or may not be in that crowd) there's no questioning that this is one of Walt Disney World most popular events of the year. If you haven't attended yet, you should consider adding it on to your fall trip.

A Tale As Old As Time: Beauty and the Beast Costumes For Adults

After a couple of slim years where we had to shop elsewhere for Halloween gear, the Disney Store.com just launched a great new collection of costumes for adults! The new line by Disguise brings several movie favorites to life, and the hottest picks on the block this year are from Beauty and the Beast.

10 Top Tips To Make The Most Of Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party is a hard ticket event held from 7pm until midnight on select nights each Fall at the Magic Kingdom. The family friendly atmosphere and entertainment are fan favorites and a great special addition to add to your Walt Disney World Vacation. We've got 10 Top Tips to make the most your party experience.

The Best of The Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom was the first of Disney's Theme Parks to be opened in Florida. Walt's dream, completed after his death with loving care by his older brother Roy O. Disney, opened to the public on October 1st, 1971. This homage to the child that lives in all of us sits on 142 acres, and at its center is the towering beautiful Cinderella Castle. Similar to the original Disneyland in California, the park is divided into six themed lands - Main Street, U.S.A.; Adventureland; Frontierland; Liberty Square; Fantasyland; and Tomorrowland.

5 Sweet Fall Treats Available At Walt Disney World

Pumpkins, Apples, and Sweet Treats with a spooky flair are fall favorites that Disney Fans look forward to each year at the Walt Disney World Resort. All across the property Disney Chefs are showing off their love for this time of year. If you're visiting be sure ot keep your eyes open for some specialty offerings wherever you eat! These are our five favorite flavors of Fall, what are yours?

Cuddle Up In Disney Kigurumi Halloween Costumes

It may be one of the cutest trends growing at pop culture conventions across the land, Cosplay Pajamas! These warm and snugly onesies are a whimsical combination of comfort and fun. Known as "Kigurumi" the trend has even spread to Disney fans with a range of characters from the Fab Five to The Hundred Acre Woods, to Infinity and Beyond!

Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

Every fall there's one thing that you can be sure of, I am sure to be singing the praises of Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. It's just a great family event that adds a little extra flair to your Walt Disney World vacation. As we mentioned on Tuesday when we talked about treats, the party is now in full swing for the spooky season and we're talking about the brand new stage show.