Mom And Daughter; Magic Kingdom; Cinderella's Castle; AA; Mickey Balloon
  • On Apr 8, 2011
    Tracy 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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    We are going to WDW for my daughter 4th bday in 10/2/11-10/5/11. Is the MNSSHP good for her age. We have the BBB, the royal lunch and a Mickey's birthday celebration for the room booked. Would the party be worth it for her or should we do something else

    Hi Tracy!

    We did Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party last year with my 4 year old! My daughter is very fearful of stuff--we weren't even sure we'd make it 5 minutes in the park! But she loved (most of) it!

    The things she loved:

    -Photo opp with Cinderella's PUMPKIN carriage!
    -Trick-or-treating (there are candy stations EVERYWHERE and although you have to stand in line--it was super quick!)
    -lots of her favorite rides open!

    Stuff we missed because she was a little too scared (but I really wanted to see!)

    -Photo opps with the villains! (I saw Snow White's Stepmother!)
    -Happy HalloWishes fireworks show (the whole night the castle kept turning colors from green to purple to red. It was so cool!)
    -The villains show in front of the castle
    -Dance Party at the Diamond Horseshoe Revue with Woody & the Gang!

    It's up to you but it sounds like you have a pretty full plate already! If you guys are big Halloween or Villain fans, I say YES to the party. If not, I'd settle in and watch the Electrical Water Pageant instead! :)
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