EVERYTHING You Can Do to Celebrate Halloween at Walt Disney World

After Hours Boo Bash has started spooking guests at Walt Disney World, and we have checked it out to give you ALL the details.

But perhaps, if you are like us, you would like a little bit more Halloween — Halloween with a side of Halloween, if you will.

Jack’s Nightmare Cavalcade

If you want tricks AND treats, we’ve got all the ways to make your next trip to Disney World a little spookier.

After Hours Boo Bash

The first, and most obvious, way to celebrate Halloween in Disney World is by buying a ticket to After Hours Boo Bash. 

Crowds at the BOO Bash

Boo Bash is an extra ticketed event that is separate from your regular park ticket or park pass reservation. Depending on the night you attend, it runs from 9PM-12 AM or 9:30PM-12:30AM. Keep in mind that due to the event’s limited capacity, a lot of nights are already sold out.

Miss Carlotta outside of Haunted Mansion at BOO Bash

Your Boo Bash ticket allows you to enter the park at 7PM so you can get a full five hours of park time complete with fireworks. There are not any Halloween-specific fireworks, however you can still catch Happily Ever After before it’s gone!

Boo Bash Fireworks and Decor

You will be able to grab exclusive drinks and treats throughout the party for an additional cost. There are also trick or treat stations and free snacks (ice cream novelties, bottled beverages, and popcorn) scattered throughout that are included with the price of admission!

Complimentary Snacks

If it is Halloween entertainment you are looking for, Boo Bash has you covered, even without the Halloween fireworks show. You will find a handful of cavalcades throughout the night, and if you listen closely you may even hear a little Boo to You music!

Boo to YOU!

You can also expect to see a ghostly appearance by the Cadaver Dans singing their spooky quartets all through the night.

Cadaver Dans

Overall Boo Bash can be a fun time, but this Halloween event doesn’t come cheap. Tickets start at $129 per person and go all the way up to $199 if you attend on Halloween night. It’s expensive, but the combination of Halloween vibes and low crowds through the park may make it a perfect fit for you and your family!

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Minnie’s Halloween Dine at Hollywood Studios

The next item on the list is Minnie’s Halloween Dine at Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood Studios. It combines a family-style dining experience with your favorite Disney characters all decked out in their Halloween best!

Entrance Decorations

Your meal will start with a Chopped Salad Bowl to share along with some bread, but after that everyone can choose their own entree and dessert. While you eat your favorite characters come around for some fun, starting with Vampire Mickey!

Vampire Mickey

We also were able to see Sheriff Goofy…

Sheriff Goofy


Hey Pluto!

…and of course, the popular witch everyone was waiting for, Minnie!


This special character dining event is sure to get you in the Halloween spirit! The cost of the event is $55 per adult and $36 per child (ages 3-9), plus tax and gratuity.

Click Here to See our First Look at Minnie’s Halloween Dine 

Halloween Treat Crawl

Every year Disney gives us a myriad of Halloween snacks spread all through the parks, resorts, and at Disney Springs. Something fun that you can do is spend some time on your trip doing a Halloween Treat Crawl! Starting at Animal Kingdom with the Scar Cupcake!

Scar Cupcake

You can also head over to Starbucks in Magic Kingdom to get the Mickey Cinnamon Roll with a Halloween twist!

Mickey Cinnamon Roll

After those two snacks maybe you want something to cool you down! Head over to Hollywood Studios for the Halloween Shake at Hollywood Scoops.

Halloween Shake

While you are already at Hollywood Studios you might as well pick up the Halloween Lunchbox Tart from Woody’s Lunchbox because it gives off the perfect Halloween vibes.

Halloween Lunch Box Tart

Our next stop is over at EPCOT where you can add a new drink to your adventure drinking around the world. The Spiked Frozen Apple Pie at Block & Hans is sure to be a wonderful Fall treat!

Spiked Frozen Apple Pie

If the parks didn’t give you enough, don’t fret! The Resorts have even more treats for you to complete this crawl.

Halloween Resort Treats

The last stop on this Halloween Treat Crawl is going to be Disney Springs. Starting September 5th you can get some ghoulish treats, starting with the Haunted Mansion Cake from Amorette’s Patisserie. This treat is sure to give you hot and cold running chills!

Amorette’s Patisserie

To wash down that delicious cake you can head over to Dockside Margaritas and pick up the Jack O’ Lantern that has Black rum, rum, white rum, orange-flavored triple sec liqueur, orange juice, lemonade, and a grenadine float

Dockside Margaritas

While these are just some highlights that we have found throughout Disney World, you can check out the comprehensive list of Halloween treats at Disney World and make your own crawl!

Click Here to See the Best (and Worst) Halloween Snacks at Disney World

Disney Springs Halloween Fun

On top of having some amazing snacks and drinks exclusively for Halloween, Disney Springs also has some Halloween fun we haven’t talked about yet.

Disney Springs

If taking pictures is your thing then you will have PLENTY of opportunities at Disney Springs this Halloween season.  Disney Springs has been infamous for having fun Halloween photo ops.

Fall into Magic!

If you REALLY want to kick things up a notch you can have your own personal photoshoot at the Photopass Studio at Disney Springs. There should be some fun photo ops there sure to get you in the SPOOKY mood. There is no cost for taking the portraits, but to download them, you must either have an active Memory Maker or purchase a package.

Disney Springs PhotoPass Studio

If photos aren’t your jam then you will definitely be able to count on some Halloween music and dance parties! Disney Springs is known for hosting live music, and you may catch some fun Halloween jamming going on!

Disney Springs

Another thing that you can do while you are in Disney Springs is shop, but that is for our next topic. Let’s take a look!

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Halloween Shopping Spree

There is one thing every Disney fan can look forward to, and that is the first day that Halloween merchandise is released! The decorations are the first domino to fall but the one right after is the merch!

Halloween merchandise in the Emporium!

If you are planning on visiting Disney World during Halloween, we suggest carving out a budget to go a little Halloween crazy. There is nothing like a little Halloween shopping spree to get you in a frightful mood!

Perfect for the fall!

Some items Disney has this year include Halloween apparel, home, and decorative goods, plush, pins, and ears!

Oh. My. Gourd.

Shopping Sprees can be fun — but dangerous! Always remember to bring an extra suitcase, or budget to ship things back home. Disney World still offers to ship to your house, and while it is an extra cost, it can be a lifesaver.

Happy Halloween!

Welp! That’s all of the things you can do for Halloween at Disney World. We hope this helps you get in the spirit of Halloween! Remember, don’t be afraid to get dressed up, fill your bag with candy, and live a little! Disney World was made for you to have a frighteningly good time with your family!

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What are you dressing up as when you come to Disney World for Halloween? Let us know in the comments below!

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