Disney is serving up some Halloween fun – though it will still be “not so scary.”
The park, which canceled its annual “Not-So-Scary” Halloween Party due to the coronavirus pandemic, is changing its rules around adult costumes this year.
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Disney World has previously banned adults and guests over 13 from wearing costumes during regular operating hours, except during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
However, the park announced Friday that guests of all ages will be able to wear costumes in the Magic Kingdom from Sept. 15 to Oct. 31, Halloween, during normal hours.
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There will still be rules to the costumes: No full-face masks or outfits that “reach or drag on the ground” such as “full-length Princess dresses,” according to the Disney website.
Those who do manage to make it out to the Disney parks for its Halloween celebration will still be met with spooky decorations and characters dressed in their special “haunt-couture,” the website shares, despite the party being canceled.
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Fall-flavored treats and snacks will also be available at restaurants within the park, though if you can’t make it to celebrate with Mickey and friends, you can always celebrate with Disney-approved sweets at home. Like with its spicy-and-sweet churro.
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