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  • On Jul 2, 2009
    Lisa from LA 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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    I can't decide between the halloween party or christmas party. Have 2 girls 4 & 9. Which one would you reccommend and is one at a less crowded time of the year. (Have never been to either one.)

    Wow to choose between these two great events is tough!  I have been to both and have had a fabulous time at each.  Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party is just a fun time to get dressed up and roam the Magic Kingdom in costume and trick or treating at the various stations.  The night parade is Halloween themed and of course the fireworks as well.

    I do believe that nothing beats the Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party!  Just seeing the castle lit up in the thousands of lights is one of the most magical sights at Disney.  The Christmas parade is cheery and will make even a scrooge smile!  It snows on Main Street...yes actually snows...and you can find cookies and hot chocolate at different spots in the park.

    As far as least crowded....late September dates and early December dates for these parties seem to be less crowded.  Whatever one you choose have a wonderful and magical time!
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