7 Ways for Tiny Tots To Enjoy Halloween at Disneyland
Halloween has officially arrived at Disneyland Resort and that means an abundance of spooktacular surprises around every corner. Even tiny tots can get in the Halloween spirit with special treats, characters and attractions. If you’re traveling with little ones then you’ll love our list of 7 ways that your young kids can get the most out of their Halloween visit to Disneyland.
1. Meet Vampirina- (photo top) If you have small children then chances are this Disney Junior series is popular in your household. That means your tiny tots will be delighted to hear that Vampirina will be on hand at Disney California Adventure Park to greet fans throughout the Halloween Season!
2. Pay a visit to Radiator Screams – If your kids are fans of Pixar’s Cars films than your first Halloween port-of-call should be Cars Land at Disney California Adventure Park. Each Halloween this incredible land is turned into Radiator Screams. Here guests can meet Lightning McQueen and Mater dressed up in their Halloween Cars-tumes. You can also take a picture with a spider car, ride Luigi’s Honkin’ Haul-O-Ween and Mater’s Graveyard JamBooree! Its the perfect environment for younger ones to have a scary good time without being too spooky!
3. Dance With Your Favorite Disney Junior Friends – Burn off some steam at this new year-round offering where kids can dance and sing alongside some of their favorite Disney Junior friends. The Disney Junior Dance Party Takes place at Disney California Adventure Park and the stars on hand include Sofia the First and Doc McStuffins. Oh and parents, while your little ones are having a boogie, there’s plenty of spots to sit back and relax!
4. Treat Them To a Halloween-themed Snack– With all of the Halloween excitement, your kids are bound to work up an appetite. Luckily there is a range of fun and colorful Halloween treats. From this Oogie Boogie rice krispie pop (above) to a Maleficent Churro there’s something that even that pickiest of eaters are sure to enjoy. From sweet to savory check out the complete list of delicious treats here.
5. Pose for a Family Photo In Front of the Mickey Mouse Jack-o’-lantern: Commemorate your Disneyland visit by making a pitstop near the entrance to Disneyland to pose for a family photo in front of the iconic Mickey Pumpkin. For a special treat encourage your little ones to make their scariest and spookiest faces!
6. Give Them the Royal Treatment at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique – Everyone likes to dress up at Halloween and this shop located in Sleeping Beauty Castle is filled with wonderful options! Tiny visitors (starting at 3 years of age) will receive head-to-toe pampering and can choose from an impressive array of costumes including a Minnie Mouse Halloween get-up only available this time of year!
7. Be on the Lookout for Mickey and Pals – During the Halloween Season, Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, Donald and Goofy have been know to roam the parks in costume! Be sure to have those cameras at the ready to capture these magical seasonal shots!
We hope you’ve enjoyed this quick peek at fun Halloween-themed activities for young children visit the parks. Be sure to keep following with MickeyBlog for the latest Disneyland news and updates.
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