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  • On Aug 30, 2013
    Joanna Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We will be in Disney at the end of Sept and are planning on going to the MNSSHP. On the schedule it looks like it is occurring on Sun 9/29 and on Thurs 10/3. Are Sundays usually pretty busy? Is Thurs better - some reviews said it can get really busy.

    Hi Joanna!

    Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party is THE fall event at Walt Disney World!  Guests are able to trick or treat throughout Magic Kingdom and enjoy all the great characters in the Boo To You parade! 

    Typically Friday, Saturday and Sunday MNSSHP's are the most crowded as local guests and Floridians are able to take time from weekly work and school to enjoy the festivities.  Thursday is less crowded than the weekend, but it can be crowded depending on how close the date is near Halloween. The least crowded MNSSHP's happen to occur on Tuesdays as it falls near the middle of the week and local attendance is low.

    Hope this helps you plan your magical vacation!
    -Malanie
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Meet the Panelist: Malanie, New York

Hi there! The Disney Parks have been a part of my life since I was a little girl. Introducing my children, husband, and family to all the magic that Walt Disney World can offer has led to countless moments with Mickey and Friends, Disney Vacation Club membership and fun on the high seas with Disney Cruise Lines! Our vacations are usually centered around a visit to the Most Magical Place on Earth, and I am super excited to help you plan and create magical moments for you and your families!

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