Florida may be hot and sunny year-round, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still feel autumn in the air! As the days grow shorter and the nights start to cool, you can count down to the coziest and spookiest season of all. Fall in love with adorable décor, spicy seasonal treats, and get in the Halloween spirit this year at Disney World Orlando with this list fun fall activities to do at the parks.
This year is no exception, and with the leafy wreaths, spooky ornaments, and exclusive seasonal merch already festooning the parks, you can start getting into the mood right now.
If you’re lucky, it’ll cool off enough to stroll through Magic Kingdom a big, comfy sweater. Through a PSL in there, and you’ve got yourself the perfect fall date. Halloween at Disney World will also be extra special this year, and something revelers of all ages will enjoy.
So get yourself in the fall and Halloween mood and check out this list of fun fall activities to do at Disney World this year.
Admire the Cutest Fall Decorations
Why You Need To Go: Magic Kingdom Park will be dressed in the prettiest fall décor, and you can wander through a palette of autumn colors down Main Street U.S.A.
Characters in the Halloween Spirit
Why You Need To Go: A special Halloween-themed parade will march through Magic Kingdom this year, with Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, and pals all dressed in seasonal costumes. Keep an eye out for your other favorite characters dressed in their Halloween best around the park.
Enjoy Specialty Fall Sips
Why You Need To Go: Taste the essence of fall and Halloween with exclusive seasonal drinks that you can find all across Magic Kingdom, including pumpkin spice milkshakes, frozen apple cider which you can enjoy as non-alcoholic or with Crown Royal Regal Apple, and spooky apple punch topped with a candy apple straw, a gummy worm, and Novelty Poison Apple Glow Cube.
Munch on Fall Treats
Why You Need To Go: Sugar, and spice, and everything pumpkin-flavored! You can bite into pumpkin-spiced waffle sundaes, poison candied apples, and a Mickey Monster Mash Burger just oozing with flavor.
Stock Up on Seasonal Merch
Why You Need To Go: Rep your Halloween pride and grab the new Halloween-themed Minnie Mouse ears, spirited jerseys, and Loungefly backpacks.
Strut Through the Parks in Your Own Costume
Why You Need To Go: This year, guests of all ages are encouraged to show off their Halloween costumes during normal park hours at Magic Kingdom, from September 15 through October 31! Just remember, costume masks are now allowed for adults, and only children under 14 can wear them. All guests will still have to wear approved face coverings.
Celebrate the coziest and spookiest season at The Happiest Place On Earth!