2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Guide: Dates, Info & Tips
Our Guide to the 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party offers tips & info for Magic Kingdom’s fall special event at Walt Disney World. This includes dates, ticket prices & discounts, schedule & strategy for seeing the parade, fireworks, and characters, plus our review of MNSSHP and whether it’s worth your time & money. (Updated May 3, 2023.)
For those unfamiliar with it, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) is a special event that occurs after Magic Kingdom closes for the day. It is separately ticketed, meaning you have to pay extra for the party if you’re already in the park as a day guest and want to stay through MNSSHP.
If you’re already wanting to plan ahead for the 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, the good news is that Walt Disney World has now released dates, prices, and select details. Additionally, tickets are now on sale for all guests. If you want to be notified when full details for the 2023 party are released, subscribe to our FREE email newsletter for updates. For now, here’s everything we know about the 2023 MNSSHP…
Not everything has been announced yet, but here’s some of what to expect from the 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party:
- Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular! – Watch 3 sinister sisters bewitch and bedazzle the residents of Magic Kingdom park.
- Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular – A wickedly wild fireworks display featuring Disney characters and hosted by Jack Skellington from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.
- Disney Junior Jam at Storybook Circus – This dance party features some favorite friends from Disney Junior shows for young partygoers.
- Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade – Disney characters and iconic floats inspired by Haunted Mansion and other Halloween scenes appear during this beloved parade.
- Collect a bag full of candy as you roam the trick-or-treat trails in search of some of your favorite sweets.
Tickets for the 2023 Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party may be purchased by anyone. General public sales began on May 2, following about a week of pre-sale for on-site guests. You can purchase 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party tickets by calling 407-939-4240 or online here: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/tickets/events/.
If you’re concerned about 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party tickets selling out quickly…don’t be. While it’s true that demand was sky-high last year with tickets selling out in record pace, it’s also worth mentioning a couple of other things. First, it was the first time Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party had been held since 2019, so there was a ton of pent-up demand among diehard fans and locals.
Second, even with last year selling out every single night of MNSSHP, nothing was gone until June 30. That’s when Halloween night sold out. It wasn’t until July 28 that the next date sold out–the first party of the year. No other dates ran out of tickets until August. That’s the typical pattern: Halloween night sells out fastest, followed by the first party and late October dates. But it usually doesn’t happen until 2-3 months after tickets go on sale.
In other words, the 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is not going to sell out within days of ticket sales starting, and even selling out a single date during the entirety of May 2023 would be entirely unprecedented. Honestly, our expectation is that 2023 tickets will sell significantly slower than last year.
2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party dates are as follows:
- August 11, 2023
- August 15, 2023
- August 18, 2023
- August 22, 2023
- August 25, 2023
- August 29, 2023
- September 1, 2023
- September 4, 2023
- September 8, 2023
- September 10, 2023
- September 12, 2023
- September 15, 2023
- September 17, 2023
- September 19, 2023
- September 22, 2023
- September 24, 2023
- September 26, 2023
- September 28, 2023
- September 29, 2023
- October 1, 2023
- October 3, 2023
- October 5, 2023
- October 6, 2023
- October 9, 2023
- October 10, 2023
- October 12, 2023
- October 13, 2023
- October 15, 2023
- October 17, 2023
- October 19, 2023
- October 20, 2023
- October 22, 2023
- October 24, 2023
- October 26, 2023
- October 27, 2023
- October 29, 2023
- October 31, 2023
- November 1, 2023
Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members can save $10 per ticket to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, valid for event nights in August and September 2023 only. There are no discounted MNSSHP dates in October or November 2023.
Last year, the event was held on 37 select nights August 12 through October 31. Meaning that the 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party starts one night earlier, ends one night later, and has 1 more night over the course of party season.
For those keeping score at home, these are all records. August 11 is the earliest the event has ever started and November 1 is tied for the latest that MNSSHP has been held, tied with 2019.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party takes place from 7 pm until midnight on evenings when it’s held. On MNSSHP dates, Magic Kingdom is open to regular guests from 8 am until 6 pm. (Despite the significantly shorter hours, these are good days to visit Magic Kingdom if you’re not attending the party. We explain why here.)
Ticket holders are admitted to Magic Kingdom as early as 4 pm on the valid date of their ticket–giving you more time to enjoy park favorites before the event begins. These date-specific event tickets do not require an additional day theme park ticket or theme park reservation.
Also during the party, you may have the opportunity to experience some of your favorite attractions, including the newly opened TRON Lightcycle Run. Here’s the tentative list of attractions that will be open during the 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party:
- Jungle Cruise
- The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Swiss Family Treehouse
- Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
- Haunted Mansion
- Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
- “It’s a small world”
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Mad Tea Party
- Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid
- Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- The Barnstormer
- Astro Orbiter
- Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
- Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor
- Space Mountain
- Tomorrowland Speedway
- Tomorrowland Transit Authority People Mover
- TRON Lightcycle / Run
TRON Lightcycle Run will use a virtual queue during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, allowing guests to enjoy all the festivities while they wait to enter the Grid. Stay tuned for more details.
Not only have ticket prices skyrocketed, but crowd levels at the events have also gone up dramatically. With every single night of the event sold out, attendance levels absolutely exploded, and crowds were very bad at times. We would strongly recommend “Is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Too Crowded?” for a look at what we mean.
At this point, it’s impossible to say whether the 2023 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party will follow that pattern. It could, but it’s also possible that Walt Disney World lowered the attendance cap this year after complaints last time.
If you have questions about what the event does and does not include, crowds, and much more, see our Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party FAQ. We wrote that in response to the most common questions in the comments to this post. If you have a question, there’s a strong probability that FAQ answers it.
Here’s everything else you need to know about MNSSHP if you’re planning for 2023, including strategy and our review of whether the Halloween party is worth the high price tag…
As for entertainment, here’s the normal Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party schedule:
Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular
- August & September: 8:35 pm, 10:45 pm, 12 am
- October: 7:40 pm, 8:35 pm, 10:45 pm, 12 am
Disney’s Not So Spooky Spectacular
- 10:15 pm
Mickey’s Boo to You Halloween Parade
- 9:15 pm and 11:15 pm
Cadaver Dans Barbershop Quartet
- 7 pm, 7:45 pm, 8:30 pm, 9:50 pm, 10:30 pm
Storybook Circus Disney Junior Jam
- 7 pm until midnight
Monstrous Scream-O-Ween Dance Ball
- 7 pm until midnight
Our tips and tricks for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) are based on our experiences attending the party 20+ times for over a decade. You can read about our most recent experience in our Review & Photos: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Report.
We also have a look at all of the food items in our Halloween Snack & Dessert Food Guide to Magic Kingdom. Finally, if you’re interested in ‘collecting’ all of the exclusive images during the event, see our Guide to ALL PhotoPass Magic Shots at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
Now, let’s turn to a brief summary of what was new at last year’s Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, just in case you don’t read our MNSSHP report above…
We attended the first Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, and wanted to quickly run through some of the “new for ’22” additions, enhancements, and other changes to the event.
The one that Walt Disney World has touted is the addition of Max Goof as Powerline in the 90s styled “Powerline Party Time” pre-parade to the the Boo To You Parade. Max Goof and his dance pals replace the Zootopia Party Patrol that ran for the last few years of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Songs played during the pre-parade include “Stand Out” and “I2I.”
The Powerline Party Time pre-parade only takes place on Main Street USA and in Town Square, so be sure to grab a spot there if you want to see Max Goof. Stops are around Center Street on Main Street and the Town Square Train Station in the very front of the park. All in all, Powerline Party Time is a bit lackluster, so don’t plan your evening around it.
Another minor thing is the new trick-or-treating bags made out of a durable reusable bag material. These make for a nice little keepsake that you can use at home (well, if your neighbors are stingy with candy–the bags are small).
Speaking of which, another keepsake is handed out as you exit the event at the end of the night. Cast Members stationed near the Train Station give guests Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party art in honor of Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary. Both of these are nice touches that make the higher prices a bit more bearable.
There are also a bunch of Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary photo ops scattered throughout the park.
The first of these that you’ll encounter is a Legend of Sleepy Hollow backdrop at the end of the entrance corridor by Plaza Restaurant. We found this had the longest line by far, whereas the Hocus Pocus 2 photo op tucked away in Liberty Square and the Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride one in Stitch’s Great Escape had no lines whatsoever.
There are also a ton of new and returning PhotoPass Magic Shots.
We made capturing all of these one of our top priorities, and will (finally!) be sharing a post listing all of the locations along with our sample photos from those, tips & tricks, and more in the days ahead.
Rounding out the relatively new additions for the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party are new ‘dancing’ lighting schemes for Space Mountain and Mad Tea Party.
These are fun touches that give the area more kinetic energy–there’s no reason they couldn’t be permanent enhancements.
It’s probably difficult to read, but above is a look at the park map for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
It mostly just reiterates the info above, offering showtimes, lists of operating attractions, restaurants, and other locations in Magic Kingdom.
The map does not list specific meet & greet locations, but we have you covered:
Main Street USA
- Sally & Jack Skellington – Town Square Theater (most popular meet & greet, line forms at 4 pm)
- Mickey Mouse – Town Square Theater
- Ariel and Prince Eric – Prince Eric’s Village Market
- Belle and Gaston – Maurice’s Cottage
- Tigger, Pooh, Piglet, and Eeyore – The Thotful Spot near the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Drizella and Anastasia – Fantasyland (roaming)
- Timon – Storybook Circus
- Vamprinia – Storybook Circus
- Doc McStuffins – Storybook Circus
- Fancy Nancy – Storybook Circus
- Witch Minnie, Princess Daisy & Pumpkin Donald – Dumbo
- Pirate Goofy – Barnstormer
- Abu and Aladdin – Agrabah
- Genie – Agrabah
- Jafar – Near Agrabah
- Jack Sparrow – Near Pirates of the Caribbean
- Country Bears – Country Bear Theater (roaming)
- Elvis Stitch – Buzz Lightyear’s Star Command
As for the enhancements to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party from the past few years, the first is a replacement for Happy HalloWishes: the new “Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular.” These fireworks feature projections, pyro, and Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Christmas as host.
Jack’s ghost dog, Zero, flies off to start this trick-or-treating adventure, where four friends — Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy — find themselves drawn into a mysterious haunted house. The journey takes them from one room of the house to another, encountering dancing skeletons, waltzing ghosts, and a series of troublemaking Disney villains.
There are also several attractions across the park receive special enhancements just for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party…
Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor – When you follow the treat trail into the Monster World at Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor, you’ll interact in spooky ways with the comic cast of monsters, as they learn about the curious Human World holiday we call Halloween.
Mad Tea Party – The teacups take you for a colorful ride with added lighting and effects providing a different nighttime atmosphere.
Space Mountain – Rocket ships hurtle through deep space as a special soundtrack and effects transform the adventure.
It’s a savvy move on Walt Disney World’s part to increase the number of attraction overlays. Recent Halloween Parties have been consistently overcrowded, especially on Main Street and at character meet & greets. The attraction overlays are a good way to help absorb and redistribute some crowds, easing congestion elsewhere and (hopefully) improving the experience at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
So you can prepare for the Halloween Party now, here is our analysis based upon the last several years to help you determine whether this expensive hard ticket event is worth it to you, and if so, what your “Plan of Attack” should be to efficiently conquer the various offerings. Between this party and Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival, plus improving weather, the fall months at Walt Disney World are one of our favorite times of year to visit!
Also note that this guide covers Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, not Mickey’s Halloween Party (now Oogie Boogie Bash) at Disneyland Resort. For info about the latter, read our comprehensive Guide to Halloween Time at Disneyland!
Should You Attend?
Given the high cost of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, you might be trying to determine, “is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party worth the money?”
Our opinion on this question has changed over the years. It used to be an unequivocal yes. Then, as prices for the event nearly doubled, it became “yes if you want to splurge.” Now, with prices up and Walt Disney World having raised the attendance cap, it’s harder and harder to justify.
We still love the event. We don’t love the crowds or prices, but we go anyway. Probably in part because of nostalgia and in part because we have a good time enjoying the experience at a more relaxed pace. We don’t follow our own itinerary in this post since we’ve seen/done 75% of these things in previous years, so the stakes aren’t as high for us, so to speak. It’s simply a fun, albeit overpriced event.
If you can approach it from the perspective of not having to accomplish it all and being willing to overpay a bit for a truly fun and spooky evening in Magic Kingdom, we say go for it. Just don’t expect to leave thinking, “that was really worth the money.” At this point, it’s hard to come to that conclusion.
Another question we often receive is whether we prefer the Halloween Party or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. We are total suckers for Christmas, so we can’t answer that without bias. With that said, we prefer the Christmas Party, but probably two-thirds of people we know prefer the Halloween Party. Your mileage may vary.
Aside from the higher price, the biggest difference between the two parties is that the Halloween Party offers more special entertainment and character meet & greets. Personally, I enjoy the Christmas Party more, but I think it’s undeniable that there’s more to do at the Halloween Party.
There’s a lot of special entertainment including one of Disney’s best parades and a great fireworks show, a great ambiance to the party including special decorations and lighting, lots of unique character meet & greets, and even seeing other guests in Halloween costumes makes for a fun experience.
If you do decide to do the Halloween Party, make sure to buy your tickets in advance, and use any available discounts (Disney Vacation Club member, Annual Passholder, etc.). Tickets are more expensive on the day of the party, and several nights each year sell out completely. It’s wise to purchase party tickets early if you know you’re going. It would stink to wait until the last minute and have your dates sell out.
As for what you should do during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, here’s our guide to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party…
The first important tip is to pick the best day on your trip for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Some nights are busier than others, and that post covers our tips for choosing the least-crowded dates. Disney prices these parties based on historical demand, so going on the cheapest party night you can is generally the best idea from both the perspective of saving money and avoiding crowds. Win-win!
In recent years, MNSSHP attendance has been, generally speaking, dramatically higher than previously. Many of the events–especially dates in October–sold out. That could change for 2023, but we suspect it’ll again be a busy year barring a downturn in Walt Disney World attendance for whatever reason.
The second most important tip is to arrive early to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. The Party officially starts at 7 p.m., which is when all of the entertainment actually begins, but guests can enter with their Halloween Party tickets as early as 4 p.m. This is not something Walt Disney World advertises, but it absolutely is true, and you will see plenty of other guests arriving at 4 p.m., and Cast Members in their Halloween outfits at the turnstiles.
This earlier entry offers you potential savings to offset the cost of your tickets. Before we were Annual Passholders, we’d plan on doing Disney Springs or a water park the morning we went to the Halloween Party, which allowed us to purchase 1-day less on our park tickets. We highly recommend that you do the same! In other words, if you normally would buy a 5-day ticket for your trip, buy a 4-day ticket and do something besides one of the 4 theme parks before 4 p.m.
The additional day you’re not purchasing would have only added on ~$30 in cost to your total package, so we’re not talking a substantial amount here, but it makes the Halloween Party more economical. To save even more money on multi-day Walt Disney World tickets, we recommend buying from an authorized ticket broker selling cheaper tickets than you can buy directly from Disney.
Read our Tips for Buying Discount Walt Disney World Tickets Guide for more information about saving money on park tickets. You can’t buy Halloween Party tickets from these authorized ticket sellers, but the amount you save on your regular park tickets plus the savings on that extra day you’re not purchasing will help offset the added cost of the party tickets.
The next biggest tip is to wear a costume! Although Disney has had some tweaks to its security policy over the last few years, costumes are allowed for all guests.
Here’s Disney’s official word on costumes: “while costumed attire may be worn, guests ages 14 and older are strongly discouraged from wearing layered costumes or costume props that surround the entire body as they may be subject to additional security screening. Additionally, costumes may not contain any weapons that resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.”
At least half of the Guests who attend the party wear costumes, and it’s a lot more fun if you do. You’re spending a fair chunk of change to attend one of these parties, make sure you get as much value for your money as possible by wearing a costume.
You don’t need to buy some expensive costume from the store–make one at home from items you buy at a thrift shop. Sarah and I attended Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party as the following: astronauts; an elf and princess; and “Cute Minnie” and a Toy Story Alien, among other things. Most of the time, our costumes are pretty lame as compared to other guests, but we still have a lot of fun!
For costumes, go inexpensive, simple, and most importantly…LIGHTWEIGHT. We have a Guide to Halloween Costumes for the Disney Parks that covers the nuts and bolts. Suffice to say, we have worn heavier costumes, and let me tell you what a mistake that was. It may be cooler at nighttime in the fall, but it’s still Florida, and it’s still humid and hot.
A final tip is to pass on the Disney’s Not So Spooky Spectacular Dessert Party at Tomorrowland Terrace. This is comparable to the regular fireworks dessert party, except with Halloween-decorated desserts. (Read more in Dining & Dessert Parties During Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.)
Beyond being a waste of money, the dessert party is a waste of time. There are just too many other great things to do at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party (it’s unlikely you can do all of the regular entertainment in a single night) to justify attending a dessert party. It’s just not worth taking the time from the regular awesome entertainment of the Halloween party to do this. Plus, the idea of another upcharge event within an upcharge event just makes us cringe.
With that said, let’s start to get into the details of arriving at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party with a plan for how you should approach the evening entertainment and characters. We have a Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Itinerary on Page 2.
Arrive at 4 p.m., grab an event map for a refresher as to what is located where and entertainment showtimes, eat an early dinner, do an attraction or two, and knock out a couple of daytime PhotoPass Magic Shots for Halloween. Once 6 pm hits, it’s time to get ready to party, and time to initiate your Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party attack-plan to do and see as much as you can.
If at all possible, find a way to avoid trick or treating or save it until the end of the night. It is a major time drain, and you could buy a bag of candy yourself for like $3. It may be difficult to convince kids not to trick or treat, but if you can, find a way. There is so much entertainment during the Halloween Party that you won’t get everything done even if you don’t trick or treat and don’t do any attractions.
I have tickets for October 1st, will the exclusive MNSSHP magic bands be available to ticket holders ahead of the event so I can link them to my resort stay ahead of time? Thanks
Hey Tom, Firstly, Thank you so much for all of your content! I love receiving my email notification of blogs you have posted. Secondly, I am considering adding a Halloween party to our Universal trip. Just doing MNSSHP with my younger ones while the older ones go to HHN. Is there a way to purchase Memory maker for just the event or would I purchase for the day? Thank you again!
any thoughts if there will be any after hours special events added for month of July? MK? HS? AK?
We already have our tickets for Disney World and planned on going to Magic Kingdom on August 15th. Then the MNSSHP schedule came out and one of the dates is the 15th. If we decided to splurge, should we go a little later in the morning since it would be a long day. The crowd level should be 5/10 so I assume we could get everything done ride and attraction wise by doing this. Or would it be to much for one day? Last time there, we stayed for 14 hours – paced ourselves.
Just wondering if a Sunday or Thursday party be less crowded in early September? Also thoughts on Labor Day party? Thanks
Do you think they will offer Disney After Hours at Epcot in October?
I just got off the phone with DVC member services and My Disney Experience CM, there are no discounts for annual pass holders and DVC member in October. Only August and September
This is correct. We just got tickets for Oct 27th and did not receive a DVC discount.
It says that in the article. ♀️
There’s a quirk of sorts right now with buying tickets for MNSSHP. We have reservations at Wilderness Lodge over Labor Day and when we go to select that date for tickets our cart says we chose Sat Sept 9th, but that’s not even a party day and our resort reservations don’t go into the 9th at all. We leave on 9/6. Sigh. So, looks like we will have to call when we have a chance.
You’re definitely not alone with the “quirks” right now. We’ve heard from several readers who have had a variety of different issues. Thanks for the heads up about this one, and good luck calling. You’re in no danger of tickets selling out today, tomorrow, etc!
My wife reported that around 11:20 eastern, the issue was resolved with the ticket page and she was able buy the tickets for 9/4.
Have the party dates always been accurate ? it only runs on select nights ? like has it always not ran on Tuesday nights ?
Hi! Do you know if they offer the Extended After Hours for Deluxe guests while they have MNNSP going on???? Didn’t know if they do Extended Hours at MK on the days they don’t have the party???
Typically no, during special events there are not extended hours on the days of the parties. At least that is what I have experienced, maybe I am doing it wrong.
You certainly don’t need my two cents but here goes. I appreciate Tom opening up my eyes about visiting MK on a party day. We are annual passholders and were at MK on 10/18/22 at 7:30 AM (resort early entry). We rode (trying to list in order) Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (walk on), It’s a Small World (walk on), Haunted Mansion (walk on although 10 min wait posted), Seven Dwarfs (ILL), Big Thunder Mountain (LL), Splash Mountain (LL), Space Mountain (LL), Carousel of Progress, and Buzz Lightyear (LL) and left the park around 1 PM. We stopped plenty of times for snacks and to rest. When we returned for the party at 4 (we skipped the long party line and went in as passholders), there was really no need to prioritize rides and could enjoy the party but we did ride Space Mountain and Seven Dwarfs again and rode Speedway, Jungle Cruise (posted wait time 35 minutes, actual wait was 17 minutes) and Peter Pan (posted time was 35 but it was a walk on). We visited Epcot on 10/17 and followed Tom’s instructions for Guardians of the Galaxy and grabbed group 19 via virtual queue and a 9:20 for Remy (LL). We’re from South Florida but still had only 2 days for magic. We had a great time!! Many thanks.
Just wanted to say thank you for the advice of going to Magic Kingdom the day of a party night. Best advice ever! We were just there the 19th-22nd and attended on the Tuesday. Wait times for rides were low and add that to the lightning lanes, our wait times for rides were 5-10 minutes. Fantastic for life with three toddlers. I was curious about crowd levels for September. The crowds seemed very high to me, I’d that standard September or has this year been different?
Hi! We are going to the party in October and staying on property. What is the bus situation at the end of the night to get back to our hotel, especially if we “meander” our way out of the park taking our time? Is it still up to 1 hour after close (so 1am) or how does that work? Or should we plan on doing ride share? Thanks!
Hey Sarah. So, we left the park after the last Hocus Pocus show around 1230am. There seemed to be plenty of resort buses still taking people back. We spent the day in Disney Springs and took a bus over to Contemporary and the monorail over to MK for the party. We took the monorail back to Contemporary and to our horror, no more buses for the night to Disney Springs. We just asked the front desk, what we should do. They lady was so nice and said it happens all the time and she got us a taxi on them back to the Springs. They will help you get back.
We travelling from Europe in October and have been on the fence about doing this. The kid in me so wants to do this, the adult travelling with young kids and jet lag thinks this will be the worst possible idea – but it appears the decision was made for us. All the dates we could possibly do seemed to have sold out on the same day so wonder what happened there!