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Walt Disney World Resort in Florida is undoubtedly the most spooktacular place to spend Halloween. Whether you’re after family-friendly frights or horrible haunted houses, the House of Mouse has got it covered. Across three parks – Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney Springs – there are loads of activities and events to keep you entertained. Plus, there are some delicious Disney Halloween treats for you to sink your fangs into. Find out how to have a wicked time with our Disney Halloween guide.

Disney Halloween: Magic Kingdom

Disney’s most loved theme park has some fang-tastic events lined up for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Running until the end of October, this spooky extravaganza is ideal for young families. Kids of all ages will love the Boo-To-You Halloween Parade, while tots can dance with their favourite Disney Junior characters at Not-So-Scary Fun for Little Ones. The Haunted Mansion should be on your list too – this ride takes you through a creepy manor, filled with ghosts, ghouls and monsters. And, of course, you can go trick-or-treating throughout the park, to collect those all-important goodies. Plus, the whole family can pile their plates high with pudding at the Not-So-Spooky Spectacular Dessert Party – you’ll find it at Tomorrowland Terrace.

Disney Halloween Magic Kingdom

But that’s not all. Brand new for 2019, Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular takes place every night after dark. This must-see show sees fireworks and lasers fill the skies – the perfect end to your un-boo-lievable day out.

Disney Halloween: Disney’s Hollywood Studios

After a busy day of chills and thrills, make your way to Disney’s Hollywood Studios for a Halloween dining experience. Things get creepy at Hollywood & Vine, where Minnie’s Halloween Dine sees Minnie and friends get together for a frightful feast. At this character meal, you can pose for photos with your favourite characters – dressed in their best Halloween attire, obviously – and take part in fun activities

Disney Halloween: Disney Springs

With decorations and Halloween-themed backdrops all over the place, Disney Springs is the place for that perfect #SquadGhouls picture. Have your face painted by one of Disney’s experts, then head along to the spooky Disney Springs Parade. Tasty treats are available all over the park, too. Head over to Candy Cauldron or Goofy’s Candy Company to pick up Disney Halloween themed goodies, including Mickey Pumpkin Cookies, Minnie Witch Caramel Apples and Ghost Marshmallows. You wouldn’t want to run out of treats, would you?

Disney Halloween Mickey Pumpkin Cookies

Why not trick-or-treat yourself to a cheap flight to Orlando?

While you’re there, make sure you visit the new Disney attractions added this year.