With all the excitement and “fright-ment” at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, you’ll want to take advantage of every possible PhotoPass opportunity, and this year, there are 30 of them!
Locating these spots can be tricky, but it should be a treat, so here’s a guide for you to use so you don’t miss a single photo opp. After all, PhotoPass opps are super creative, super fun and sometimes even include spooky props at Mickey’s well-attended Halloween shindig!
At the entrance to Magic Kingdom, the Headless Horseman waits with a PhotoPass photographer. Don’t lose your head trying to find this one–it’s right in front of the Train Station!
And don’t miss your chance to experience this magical PhotoPass opportunity at Town Square!
These Halloween magic shots alone are worth a stroll down Main Street, U. S. A. That’s one spooky looking jack-o-lantern, and we love the Evil Queen’s cauldron!
And don’t skip this fun PhotoPass stop along Main Street U. S. A. either! Cinderella Castle makes the perfect backdrop for these eerie photos of you next to materializing spirits!
As you make your way through Fantasyland, head toward the castle wall near Prince Charming Regal Carrousel. Ask “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?” and watch the magic happen before your eyes.
Select PhotoPass photographers around the park will even have spooky props for you to use in your photos.
Be sure to stop by the new PhotoPass Studio located inside Sir Mickey’s. The studio will be open during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Stop in and check out all the props available for you and your little goblins to use in your pictures! No reservation is necessary.
Remember that some of the spookiest magic shots in the park are located onboard attractions, such as Haunted Mansion. Watch out! A ghost will follow you home, and you’ll have the pictures to prove it!
Are you heading to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this year? Do you have PhotoPass photos from years past? We’d love to hear from you and see those pics in the comments below!
Source: Disney Parks Blog