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StuckInKS
07-10-2009, 08:10 PM
I was checking our dates for an open CRT ressie and found for 7:55 on a day when MK closes at 7. Checked and MNSSHP is going on that night. So, do I have to have tix to MNSSHP to get to the ressie? I would think so, but I didn't see them mention it and it would seem like that would take someone by surpsie who doesn't know about MNSSHP before making the ressie. I was debating on whether to take the kids to a night of MNSSHP, but really don't want to miss a parade or anything else because we are eating. Also, if I don't need tix to MK, do I still need to have a admission to MK that day or a PH even though the park is 'closed'? That brings me to another question, are the rides closed during MNSSHP?

Thank for all of your help

kat3668
07-10-2009, 08:47 PM
Yes you do need a ticket to MNSSHP. If not you must be finished dining before 7 pm.:goodvibes
No the rides are all open during MNSSHP.:cool1:
I went last year and loved MNSSHP. The headless horseman was great as well as the parades. I also loved dressing up and trick or treating!:cool1:

StuckInKS
07-10-2009, 10:38 PM
Thanks for all the info. That is what I thought, but I figured what if someone who didn't know about MNSSHP booked it and when they showed up were told they would have to pay to get in. I was really surprised they would even do CRT ressie's during MNSSHP, escially booking at almost an hour after the regular park hours close.

It is too bad I can't find another time for CRT. What time do they uaully do the parade, fireworks, etc? Do you think we would have time eat and enjoy everything else? I really don't want to spend all that money on MNSSHP and then miss the good stuff, but I also want a CRT ressie badly.

Alesia
07-10-2009, 11:22 PM
Yes you do need a ticket to MNSSHP. If not you must be finished dining before 7 pm.:goodvibes


You don't have to be finished by 7:00, but your ADR needs to be before 7:00.

wildirishrose
07-11-2009, 12:28 PM
The first year we took our kids to Disney we did CRT around 7:30 pm and MNSSHP. I did have to buy the party tixs before they would book CRT. I had no clue what I was doing but it was the best night The party is expensive but we love Halloween and it was dd 4th birthday and she wanted the castle. For us it worked out well because having dinner that late allowed us to stay the rest of the night and close the park (I had a 3 year old turning 4 and a 5 year old) we saw the 2nd parade, saw the first set of fireworks from the castle. We actually got to the park at 12:00 and spent 12 hours there


The next year we did an early dinner ressie at CRT and the did the party my kids were spent by 10:00 pm and we went home. Less than 7 hours.

I love the Halloween party so I would give it serious considertion if you can swing it

Korileigh
07-11-2009, 02:26 PM
I made a CRT ressie at 7:05 on a MNSSHP night and was told it was fine for us to keep that and just leave after we eat. Anyone think that won't be ok?

Alesia
07-11-2009, 05:07 PM
I made a CRT ressie at 7:05 on a MNSSHP night and was told it was fine for us to keep that and just leave after we eat. Anyone think that won't be ok?

I'm sure that it will be fine, since you'll be checking in before 7:00 anyway.