Adults aren’t usually allowed to wear costumes when they visit Disney.
While kids enjoy getting dressed up, guests over the age of 14 can’t wear exact matches of their favourite characters’ clothing.
This is because official theme park staff need to stand-out in their costumes.
Too many Elsas or Mickey Mouses could cause a lot of confusion, you see.
Having said this, there is a way to get around the rule for limited time.
From September 15 to October 31, adult tourists are allowed to wear costumes because it is Halloween.
The Disney Parks blog states: “To bring some Halloween party fun into the park this year, for the first time guests of all ages can wear your funniest, Disney-ist, most creative costumes during Magic Kingdom Park regular operating hours from Sept. 15 to Oct. 31.”
Those aged 14 or older must also be aware that costume masks aren’t permitted for them.
Instead, they’re required to wear a face covering to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
The website adds: “As an important reminder, costume masks are not permitted for adults; only children younger than 14 years old are permitted to wear costume masks.
“In addition, all guests are required to wear approved face coverings during their visit.”
Halloween at Disney will look a lot different this year.
Even though the theme park will still be given a festive makeover, there are new rules due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Party events have been cancelled and character interactions have to happen in a socially distanced way.
Despite this, guests will still be able to get the same magical experience with Halloween-inspired treats and surprises.