Americans have been enjoying Halloween festivities since the 1800s, thanks to Irish and Scottish immigrants. From braving haunted houses to going trick-or-treating, there are tons of ways to celebrate this holiday. But if you’re looking for an even more spooktacular way to celebrate Halloween this year, the Disney Cruise Line has officially announced its Halloween-themed events for this fall.
From September through October this year, cruise attendees can experience all the wonders of Halloween on the High Seas. Disney’s cruise ships will feature Halloween-themed events, decorations, parties, and even special menu items.
The spooky, but still sweet, Disney cruise will also feature interactive special appearances like:
- “Mickey’s Mouse-querade Party”, featuring candy, games, and, of course, dancing
- “Haunted Stories of the Sea”, where attendees can hear tales of the sea
- “Halloween Isn’t Just for Kids”, which allows adults to get in on the spooky fun (with a costume contest)
- “Creepy Cabaret”, which will consist of live Halloween-themed music
People who are interested in this spooky edition of Disney’s cruises can choose from a variety of departure points and cruise lengths.
The Disney Dream will take cruisers to the Bahamas from September 3 to October 29.
The Disney Wonders will offer four- and five-night Baja cruises, a 14-night Panama Canal cruise, and a seven-night Mexican Riviera cruise.
The Disney Fantasy is going to offer Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises, both for seven nights.
And the Disney Magic is going to take cruisers on five- and six-night Bermuda cruises as well as four- and seven-night Canada cruises.
Departure locations will include New York City, San Diego, And Port Canaveral, offering passengers a variety of options.
Disney is already well-known for its Halloween festivities, with its annual Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party featured at its park locations. But for those Disney and Halloween-lovers who are looking for an even more magical Halloween this year, Halloween on the High Seas is sure to be a scary good time. So buy your tickets, pack your bags, and don’t forget your costumes!