Celebrating Halloween at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts

Halloween is an exciting time at Disney Parks and Resorts with spooky and spectacular festivities that delight guests of all ages. This year there are even more ways for the whole family to celebrate the Halloween season.

This week at Walt Disney World, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party premiered with the all-new Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular show featuring the wicked Sanderson sisters. Guests can enjoy a grand finale each night as Happy HalloWishes lights up the sky with a green and orange fireworks display complete with Disney villains. The new Happy HalloWishes Premium Dessert Package offers guests festive treats and a cool view of the nighttime spectacular.


There’s more spooky fun at Disneyland Resort, too, as Mickey’s Halloween Party expands to 17 nights. Guests can experience creepy twists on classic attractions and mingle with favorite Disney characters. And the evening wouldn’t be complete without a viewing of the guest-favorite Halloween Screams fireworks spectacular, a Mickey’s Halloween Party exclusive.


Disney Cruise Line is treating guests to Halloween on the High Seas as the ships transform with special décor, themed food, live entertainment and more. Festivities onboard include Mickey’s Mouse-querade Party, The Nightmare Before Christmas Sing and Scream and spooky storytelling and movies. Adults also can join in on the fun at the Halloween Isn’t Just for Kids soirée.

For a Hawaiian-style Halloween, the whole family can join in the fun at Aulani with face painting, themed activities, and trick or treating throughout the resort.


Halloween festivities are even spookier at our international destinations.

Disneyland Paris’ Halloween Festival gives the villains center stage as they perform a wickedly wonderful musical at Royal Castle Stage. Guests can meet with Stitch or Minnie at the Halloween Costume Corner or pay a visit to Maleficent at the Castle Courtyard briar bush.

The Disney villains are also making an appearance at Tokyo Disney Resort. They’re throwing their own eerie Villains Halloween Party and everyone’s invited.


At Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, the annual Haunted Halloween is frighteningly fun for brave souls. This year, Hong Kong Disneyland will transport guests to a ghost town, haunted by sinister spirits and evil ghouls. The Ghost Town dares even the boldest guests not to lose their soul to the mesmerizing spirits at Mystic Point, get caught in the deadly battle between the deceased Cowboys and the Miners at Grizzly Gulch, or lose their way on the dark journey of the Jungle River Cruise.