How Toontown's Closing Will Affect Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

Guests who are heading out to this year's Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom can expect a few changes thanks to the closing of Mickey's Toontown Fair.

Most of the changes appear to center around the location of certain characters. Frontierland will take on some of the costume-clad characters, including Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Frontierland will also be the site of Br'er Rabbit's Candy Patch, the newly moved and reimagined Treat Trail that could be found in Toontown.

More beloved characters can be found in the Town Square Theater. This is where you can find Mickey and Minnie plus the Disney Princesses all decked out in their Halloween finest and ready to greet guests. In addition, Winnie the Pooh plus friends and Duffy the Disney Bear are expected to be outside the theater near the flagpole.

The closing of Toontown also means the closing of the face painting station in that area; the station used to be free during MNSSHP.

Guests can also be on the lookout for changes in the Disney's Villains Mix & Mingle show. It looks like there are new songs (one being a song used in the Disneyland Tokyo parade!) and new costumes.


Nova wrote on Mon, 09/05/2011 - 02:47:

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Awesome! Which one of Tokyo Disneyland's songs will be used?
(Let's Go/Bonzai Villains, maybe?)

Melinda Gregory wrote on Wed, 09/07/2011 - 13:57:

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Good question, Nova. I'm not sure - all I could find suggested that the show was tweaked and had a new song, but no specifics. Should be interesting, though!

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