Alternatives to Boo Bash for Celebrating Halloween at Disney World

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There are just three days left for celebrating Halloween at Disney World. We suppose most of you already have access to attend After Hours Boo Bash.

But those who couldn’t get access to Boo Bash, let’s find out what you can do to make your celebrations equally exciting.

Halloween at Disney World 2021

Ok, there’s no denying that Boo Bash is the most significant attraction to celebrate Halloween in Disney World. But if you couldn’t get Disney Halloween tickets for Boo Bash, here is a list of exciting things you can do to make your celebrations more fun:

1. Haunted Mansion Disney World Ride

Want to get into a spooky mood? All you need to do is visit the Haunted Mansion located in Magic Kingdom.

There is a fun ride taking you across the happy haunts. Where’s a better place to spend your Halloween time than visiting a haunted house?

2. Visit the Tower of Terror

If you are coming for Disney Hollywood Studios rides this Halloween, you’d want to board the most haunted elevator located at the creepiest hotel. Yup! It is none other than the Tower of Terror.

On your way, you will find Caesar the dummy – spot him before he scares you!

3. Enjoy delicacies at Minnie’s Halloween Dine

When you are tired of walking around Hollywood Studios and would like to dine, come to Hollywood & Vine.

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Here you will find an exclusive Minnie’s Halloween Dine to book some special delicacies crafted for the season. Find Disney characters all dressed up in spooky costumes.

Currently, you will find a family-style serving arrangement, which is quite a good upgrade from the old buffet system.

The food package for adults is $55 and $36 for children within 3 to 9 years old. The cost excludes tax and gratuity.

4. Disneybound

Halloween costumes are only allowed for people attending Boo Bash – sorry to break it out like that!

But everyone visiting Disney World for the first time tends to go Disneybound! Don’t know what that is?

Well, Disneybounding is wearing an outfit that represents a Disney character. It is not a costume per se but designed to represent a character!

You need to choose your clothes and accessories according to your favorite character. As you wear colors and designs similar to the character, you indulge in the complete Disney vibe!

5. Shop for Halloween

There are lots of Halloween merchandise being sold that the Disney Orlando outlet or Disney Character Warehouse.

Whether you are planning to get accessories for Disneybounding or looking to decorate your home last minute, here is where you need to come.

A Halloween-theme shopping experience will set the mood for the last three days of celebrations. You can also pile up some items you can use the following year!

6. Eat Halloween snacks

Disney World is filled with a different places selling Halloween Snacks. And not all stacked up for After Hours Boo Bash!

You will find plenty of places to munch on Halloween snacks. Find the Haunted Mansion Cake, Spooky Cookies, Caramel Apples, and much more.

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7. Come to EPCOT for food and wine

If you are already done with all the Halloween fun and you are looking for something new to do, come to EPCOT! Why? Because there is an amazing Food and Wine Festival that you need to be a part of.

Hop over to the World Showcase and eat and drink all you can to make the most of Disney’s 50th-anniversary celebrations!

Let’s inform you that EPCOT doesn’t have Halloween decorations. But it does have all the food and drinks you could imagine!

EPCOT also welcomes you to be a part of Remy Scavenger Hunt!

8. Celebrating Halloween at WDWR

People staying at the Walt Disney World Resort will have exclusive insights into how the resort celebrates Halloween. It is a treat altogether that others who do not stay here would never know!

The resort is lit up with spooky decorations and filled with fun activities to do! You could be a part of the Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground and spend your evening with family.

The activity is a tradition followed by WDWR every year. Here, guests can decorate their campsites, give out candy for trick or treat, and be a part of the Halloween Golf Cart Parade.

If you are tired of spending hours at Disney World and plan to have fun at the hotel, there is one way to keep the celebrations going!

The most obvious choice is rewatching great Hallowscreams content on Dinsey+

Some classics you could revisit include Hocus Pocus or Halloweentown! You can also enjoy the recent one, Muppets Haunted Mansion, to keep your Halloween spirits up!

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