• On Oct 19, 2009
    Mary from MI 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 would like tips on mickey's not so scary party we will be bring our 4 year old to the party. any suggestions would be helpful\ thank you

    This is a special and fun night for kids of all ages!  Fantasyland will most likely be the place your four year old will want to spend most of the evening when it comes to attractions and rides.  My grandson loves the dance party that takes place behind the carrousel and could stay there the whole night if we let him!  Last year we ended up watching the fireworks from the backside of the castle which actually turned out to be very entertaining and a different experience.

    Be sure and secure a good spot for the parade.  It is worth waiting on the sidewalks so you can see the Headless Horseman who will trot down the streets a few minutes before the rest of the parade begins! You can enter the Magic Kingdom at 4:00pm using your event ticket so we often go in early and have dinner so we are ready to party when it begins at 7:00pm.

    Look for the trick or treat stations around the park.  You can hit as many as you wish as many times as you wish.  You will be given a trick or treat bag when you enter the park so there is no need to carry in anything you might not want to lose along the way.

    Best advice is to just go slow and don't stress out about trying to do it all this evening. Take time to party and dance and enjoy the costumes.  Which reminds me......adults will be in costume as well so make sure you make it a family affair!
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