Kids love to go trick or treating all around the #Magic Kingdom at Mickey’s Not So Scary #Halloween Party, but what about those with food allergies for whom some treats can be dangerous? This year, they can join in the fun at the popular Walt Disney World party with a special experience that will keep them safe while giving them the fun of hitting up all of the treat stations around the park.

Teal bags mean safe Halloween treats

If your child has a food allergy, go to one of the two Allery-Friendly Centers to pick up a teal bag when you arrive at #MIckey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. You may already know that homes with a teal pumpkin on Halloween offer allergy-friendly treats.

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At the Magic Kingdom, the teal bag signals Cast Members to give the child special tokens instead of candy. At the end of the night, exchange the tokens for appropriate goodies. One of the Allergy-Friendly Centers is located at the front of the park, while the other is in Liberty Square. Both are prominently marked on the guide map you pick up when you enter the park for this hard-ticket evening event.

Magic Kingdom has special Allergy Center spots

There are several treat locations all around the Magic Kingdom to give kids the thrilling experience of filling up their bags at Walt Disney World. They can score candy at Town Square Theater on Main Street U.S.A. (one of the Allergy-Friendly Centers); the Jungle Cruise, the Enchanted Tiki Room, and Pirates of the Caribbean in Adventureland; Splash Mountain and Tom Sawyer’s dock in Frontierland; the Liberty Square Riverboat and Heritage House (the other Allergy-Friendly Center) in Liberty Square; Pinocchio Village Haus, Peter Pan’s Flght and Pete’s Silly Sideshow in Fantasyland; and Stitch’s Great Escape, the Carousel of Progress, Space Mountain, and Antie Gavity’s Galactic Goodies in Tomorrowland.

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Trick-or-treating is just one activity at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

Cast Members hand out treats in the Magic Kingdom from the time the party starts through closing time, so kids can trick or treat as much as they wish. However, they’ll want to take time out for the other fun Halloween themed activities, like the Boo to You Parade, Happy HalloWishes fireworks, and the Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular Show. You may want to delay your treat gathering until later in the evening so you won’t be hauling Halloween treat bags around while watching the shows or parade. That also saves your chocolate treats from getting too soft in the Florida heat before you get them home.