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  • On Sep 16, 2009
    Mike from GA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Which is better? Mickey's not so scary halloween or Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    Hi Mike! I am not sure you can really compare these events since they are holiday themed.  It would then be a personal preference as to which holiday you enjoy more.

    I don't want to miss the Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party for one big reason and that is the Headless Horseman.  Every night he gallops through the streets of the park right before the parade holding his pumpkin head and sitting on his big black steed named Khan!  It is truly a sight to see.  The parade and fireworks are all Halloween themed and you will definitely have more fun if you put a costume on and enjoy the park.

    Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is also spectacular starting with the sight of the castle all decked out in its millions of little lights.  When it snows on Main Street and you hear the holiday music you are surely going to in the spirit before you know it.  I prefer the parade in this party but I love Christmas and that I am sure has something to do with it.  My favorite part are the toy soldiers marching along the streets of the Magic Kingdom....amazes me how they don't trip and fall!

    The attractions open during the parties are basically the same and the entertainment is holiday themed for each.  Again it would be a personal preference more then a judging of which is better then the next.
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