Disney Halloween Parties, bewitching Disneyland Paris on 26th and 31st October 2019! From 8pm to 2am, dastardly Disney Villains have Disneyland Park all to themselves and they dare you to join them for the most mischievous party ever.
For two nights only, the magic takes a bewitching turn as Disney Villains roam the streets of Disneyland Park amid a mist of spooky fun. Discover spellbinding shows, parades and surprises for humans of all ages in what is a unique experience that’ll happily haunt you forever and ever. Conjure up the courage for some chillingly cheerful Encounters with Mickey and his friends dressed in fantastically festive threads. But watch out because masters of mischief Maleficent, Jafar, Captain Hook, Cruella de Vil and a gang of do-badders are on the loose in Disneyland Park. You’ll need eyes in the back of your head to catch them all…before they catch you!
When's the party?
Disney Halloween Parties will be bewitching Disneyland Paris on 26th and 31st October 2019. From 8pm to 2am, dastardly Disney Villains have Disneyland Park all to themselves and they dare you to join them for the most mischievous party ever. Access to select attractions is available until 2am, including Phantom Manor, Big Thunder Mountain, Peter Pan's Flight, "it's a small world" and Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
I'll already be at Disneyland Paris that day, will my regular park ticket grant me admission to the Halloween Party?
No, you'll need to buy a separate ticket for this event. If you've got an existing booking and would like to add a hotel stay, transport or a ticket to the event, please contact the Disneyland Paris team.
How much are tickets?
If you're attending the party on October 26th, tickets are £60.69 each (for both adults and children aged 3-11). Tickets for the 31st October party are £69.48 each (for both adults and children aged 3-11). You can purchase these online, or give us a call and one of our friendly team members can help you with a phone booking. Children under 3 won't need a ticket.
I need an accessible ticket, can you help?
There are no discounts available for ticket purchases, however a complimentary carer ticket is available when you arrive. This ticket can be requested and collected in person at the Walt Disney Studios Park gate, provided you or a guest in your party is registered as disabled. Relevant disability documentation must be presented to cast members at the gate to claim the carer ticket.
How do I get to the park?
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Can I dress up?
We’d love for you to come dressed in your Halloween best. However, we reserve the right, at our discretion, and at any time, to refuse the wearing of certain costumes. These include outfits that completely mask the face and head, and/or if we consider your costume, accessories or make-up to be unsuitable for a family event. This applies to accessories deemed dangerous for our attractions or for other visitors (long capes, sticks, dummy weapons, etc.)
As a reminder, according to the Disney Parks' By-Laws, it is forbidden to bring the following objects to the Disney Parks:
- Any type of object or toy having the appearance of a firearm (pistol, laser, water pistol, etc.)
- Any mask worn by a Guest aged 12 and over (except for medical reasons)
- All clothing that drags along the ground
For security reasons, we also reserve the right to inspect visually or with specific equipment your clothes, coat and personal belongings at the entrance of the Disney Parks and in their enclosures (including costumes covering the entire body). Guests wishing to wear a Disney Character costume must agree not to pose with Guests or sign autographs.
Services mentioned are subject to change, postponement or cancellation without prior notice. Please comply with all safety notices, regulations, and follow instructions given by Disneyland® Paris staff.
For full terms and conditions, click here.