The Halloween spirit is set to take over Disney parks worldwide! This year, the excitement isn’t just limited to U.S. destinations, as Tokyo Disney Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris have unveiled their initial plans for the spookiest season of the year, as part of the Halfway to Halloween celebration.

Tokyo Disney Resort is rolling out the orange carpet for Disney Halloween! From October 1st to November 7th, guests can dive into the brand new theming at Tokyo Disneyland, where fresh entertainment offerings will add an extra dose of magic. But the ghostly fun doesn’t stop there—Disney Villains fanatics will be thrilled to see their favorites year-round in shows like Club Mouse Beat and Mickey’s Magical World.

Over in Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, prepare for frights and delights between September 12th and October 31st. The park will be buzzing with chilling events like the returning House of De Vil-lains and the award-winning show “Let’s Get Wicked.” Plus, don’t miss the Nightmare Before Dinner experience, offering character greetings and atmospheric shows that promise to get you into the Halloween groove.

At Disneyland Paris, the fun stretches from October 1st to November 3rd. Last month’s announcement confirmed the return of the Disney Halloween Festival, featuring the much-loved Mickey’s Halloween Celebration and thrilling encounters with Disney’s most notorious villains. The park will be decked out in Halloween style, with 37,000 flowers and foliage creating an autumnal wonderland. Spectacular decorations, light garlands, and grimacing pumpkins will blend seamlessly into the enchanting surroundings, offering a feast for the eyes and the senses.

But that’s not all! Disney fans stateside can look forward to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom starting this August, and the popular Oogie Boogie Bash at Disneyland Resort. For a truly unique experience, Disney Cruise Line’s Halloween on the High Seas will introduce new costumes for Mickey, Minnie, and Donald. And for Haunted Mansion enthusiasts, new details and mugs have been revealed for the Haunted Mansion Parlor aboard the Disney Treasure. Don’t forget to check out the cute and spooky Halfway to Halloween merchandise hitting Disney Parks and look out for delightful treats from Kayla’s Cake and Gideon’s Bakehouse this week.

As always, we want to hear from you! Which Disney park’s Halloween plans are you most excited about? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments below. And don’t forget to share this story with your Disney-loving friends; the Halloween fun is right around the corner!