Halloween is four months away! Disney Cruise Line announced Halloween on the High Seas, so grab your costume and a life vest!
According to the Disney Parks Blog, the adventure begins this September. Each Disney ship will undergo a makeover to become a spooktacular wonderland for Halloween on the High Seas. Mickey and all your best pals will be there in their costumes for all kinds of fun happenings, like a "mouse-querade" party, dancing, games, ghost stories, and even costume contests and nighttime dance parties for the adults. And don't forget the infamous Pumpkin Tree, which magically transforms as a caretaker tells you stories.
Other things you can plan on? Disney Cruise Line news says there will be a Nightmare Before Christmas interactive "sing and scream," and you'll even get to meet Jack Skellington and Sally afterward. BONUS. (P.S. Parents, bring Advil.) I know you're all probably wondering about the food, too. What's going on with the food?
Fear not (or... maybe you should) because the Disney chefs have all kinds of goodies in store, like chocolate cake with pumpkin filling, spider cakes, and "Spooky Juice." As long as it doesn't give me food poisoning after, I'm down. And we need to talk about these spiders, first. The only time I go near spiders is when I'm drowning them in Raid; so please clarify what the spider cake is about.
Oh, and candy. Yes. There will be candy. Lots of it. Keep your dentist on speed dial.
Think you have to go far to find a Halloween celebration near you? Maybe not. Disney has cruises leaving from New York City (the Disney Magic ship), San Diego (Disney Wonder), and Port Canaveral (Disney Fantasy), says the blog. The routes are all different and the lengths of the trip vary, so take your pick.