Magic Kingdom to Celebrate Fall and Halloween Festivities

Halloween at the Magic Kingdom for 2020

Halloween is officially coming to the Walt Disney World Resort for 2020! More specifically, the Magic Kingdom. From September 15 through October 31, Main Street, U.S.A. will once again be decked out in its gorgeous annual fall décor!

And if you’re looking to celebrate with the characters, you’ll be able to do that as well. Normally, the characters only appear in costume during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, but this year, since the event isn’t occurring, there will be fun, Halloween-themed cavalcades! Mickey, Minnie, Pluto and more will be wearing their favorite Halloween costumes. Chip ‘n’ Dale will be in costume over in Frontierland. Finally, other Disney characters will be dressed up and riding the horse-drawn trolley down Main Street, U.S.A.

Also, if you’ve ever wanted to dress up in costume for just a random Wednesday in the park, this year, for the first time ever, you’ll be able to do that! Guests of all ages will be able to wear costumes from September 15 through October 31. As an important reminder, costume masks are not permitted for adults; only children younger than 14 years old are permitted to wear costume masks. In addition, all guests are required to wear approved face coverings during their visit.

On my most recent trip to Walt Disney World, I realized how great having Disney PhotoPass right now. The photographers have lots of time to spend with Guests and for the Halloween season, they will offer themed photo ops too!

Want to learn about some of the great foodie treats you can get in the parks? We’ve got you covered here.

Finally, find out what spooktacular merchandise is available at the parks here.

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