Ever wondered how Mickey and his friendly-looking group of animation friends celebrated the wickedest time of the year? A group of Travel Agents managed to find out this week.

Lucky consultants from Australia got the (smallest) spook of their life finding out how Walt Disney World celebrates Halloween during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Mega Fam.

Yesterday saw the group commence day two of their theme park adventure, during which Mickey Mouse himself was quick to greet the Agents as they passed under the historic Walt Disney World Resort Railroad.

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The famous character greeted the group with a big hello and thank you from Mickey for travelling all the way from Australia and New Zealand.

Once the group had received all the tips and tricks for the day ahead from the main Mouse himself, it was time to explore the Magic Kingdom.

Highlights of the day for many were the Parks numerous mountain inspired roller-coasters:  Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Space Mountain and the Seven Dwarves Mine Train.

Others saw the spectacular two course dinner at Be Our GuestWalt Disney World’s most popular restaurant –  as a highlight because it made them feel like they had stepped into a fairy tale as they dined in the ballroom from Beauty and the Beast.

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But the Magic didn’t end there.  After a quick dash back to their Resort to change, the group re-entered Magic Kingdom dressed as their favourite characters for a night of costumed Trick or Treat fun at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Here the group re-visited some of their favourite Attractions again, this time at night, and caught special Halloween inspired shows including the spooky Mickey’s “Boo-To-You” Halloween Parade and the thrilling Happy HalloWishes Fireworks Spectacular.

Most of the group continued celebrating well into the late hours of the evening with the Party eventually drawing to a close a little after midnight. And whilst some may have drifted off to sleep on the bus trip back to the Resort, others including Travelcentre Bendigo’s Leanne Reilly and Qantas/Viva Holidays Agent Bek Carland couldn’t hide their excitement over the day and evening that had just been.

“The Halloween fireworks were truly magical.  I’ve never seen anything like them,” they both agreed.

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Is anyone you know currently discovering how Walt Disney World celebrates Halloween?