The Halloween season is kicking off at Walt Disney World. Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party event are underway and there is festive decor, activities and food offerings happening around the parks. Disney Parks Blog announced another fun Halloween event that is returning to Walt Disney World this year. This spectacular event is Return to Sleepy Hollow. The event is scheduled to take place in September and October at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.
During the event, guests will enjoy a group viewing of the 1949 classic Disney film, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. The movie will air inside the Tri-Circle D Ranch stables. The stables will be closed for this private event so that only those with admission to the event will be able to get in to enjoy the movie. Guests will also get a meet and greet with the Headless Horseman where they can take photos and see him live in action, if the premium option is purchased.
Return to Sleepy Hollow will be offered on the following dates:
- September 29th through 30th
- October 1st through 2nd
- October 5th through 9th
- October 12th through 16th
- October 19th through 23rd
- October 26th through 31st
The show times on these dates will be 8 PM and 10 PM each night, so guests will have multiple options to fit this amazing experience into their vacation schedules.
If you are interested in booking the event for you and your family, then you can do so by calling 407-WDW-TOUR. There are two different types of seating options available. The general seating runs $22 per person and the premium seating option (the option that includes the photo opportunity) runs $38 per person. All guests ages 3 and older all receive a limited edition pin for the event. Guests that are 2 and under get complimentary attendance with paid admission for the rest of the family, but are asked to sit on a lap.
This is expected to be an extremely popular event, so you will definitely want to make your reservations soon! What do you think about this special event to celebrate Halloween fun?
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