As much as I love celebrating Halloween at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park, I do love to see how our other parks – especially our international ones – celebrate this time of year.
This fall, Hong Kong Disneyland launched a new Halloween offering as a part of their Disney’s Haunted Halloween celebration. It’s called the “Scream-No-More Challenge” and allows guests to explore the seven lands at the park, stopping at attractions and scare checkpoints that test their ability to hold back screams. Checkpoints include a new Sideshow Carnival Extraordinaire, Grizzly Gulch Halloween Fair, Tomorrowland Party Zone, and more. (Some guests may even scream with delight when they see Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and friends dressed up in Halloween attire!).
The offering will run Thursdays-Sundays through October 31, at the park. Be sure to check out the photo gallery above for more.
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!
^I think there was a rumor that Disney was planning some sort of "adult" Halloween event for the Studios park a few years ago, but not much came of it. Most of the tram ride and city streets are just "wasted space," anyway, and would be ideal for some sort of haunt.
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