6 Reasons Why You Should Go to Disneyland at Halloween
Beyond that, Disneyland really only comes in two categories: A. fun, and B. insanely fun. A couple of weeks ago, the park invited me and the fam to head down to Anaheim for Mickey's Halloween Party. It's a special, ticketed event on Tuesdays and Fridays this month, and on Halloween night, and yeah, it majorly falls into option B. Here's why:
2. Adult Trick-or-Treating: Sure, the kids will get plenty of candy but YOU will get to reclaim the years of trick-or-treating fun that you lost because of rumors of razorblades in chocolate and the Atlanta Child Murders making your parents afraid to let you out of the house. (Note to self: Find new therapist.)
2. You Can Be a Picky Trick-or-Treater: When you go door to door in your neighborhood, you have to take whatever someone's giving out. However, at Disneyland, I saw folks being all, "Um, I don't eat peanut M & M's. I only like plain ones," and the Disneyland employees were totally,
That said, I had to put a stop to some frisky women in the Pirate Disco--which had an awesome conga line--who were being a little extra with Jack. "No ma'am, that's my son. He doesn't work for Disneyland. He's 10."
5. Ghost Galaxy: Space Mountain, which is just about the only rollercoaster I can handle these days, turns into a spooky ride through a ghost's lair. It's even better when you're rolling with Jack Skellington. And look how much fun these dudes in front of us are having! They're like, "Yeahhhh booyyyy! I'm 10-year-old again!"
6. Fireworks: Disney's famous for their fireworks and they get an extra spooky twist at Halloween. No, they don't make me cry like the ones at Christmas do, but they're still gorgeous and fun.