If you've never visited the Disney Parks on a holiday, you're truly missing out on some sweet seasonal experiences you can only find at the most magical place on earth. Halloween is perhaps our favorite time to visit, but there's more than tricks and treats happening at the house of mouse.

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The decorations, festive treats, and ride overlays are wonderful, but our favorite part of Mickey's Halloween party is the guest list. So many rare characters come out to play for these seasonal Meet and Greets, but we've collected ten we particularly enjoy. Here are ten characters you can meet during a Disney Halloween.

10 Halloween Mickey

Of course, you can always see Mickey hanging out no matter where you go in the parks, but for seasonal Meet and Greets, the mouse puts on his best threads for the occasion. At the Main Street Theatre this year, Mickey trades in his magician's outfit for a vampire cape and top hat to ring in the spooky season.

To be fair, Mickey looks great in anything he wears, but we love seeing him dress up for Halloween. Plus, it kind of makes sense that Mickey would use a bat motif to complement his mousy features. Either way, it's a good look.

9 Pooh and Company

Though you can meet Pooh any day of the week at the Magic Kingdom, at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, all of his friends step out of the wood to come mix and mingle with the Halloween happenings in their best costumes as well. The cute factor is definitely cranked up for this one.

Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore all come out to play for the Halloween party dressed up in their festive attire. It's a great chance to see some of the rarer members of the Hundred Acre Wood and it definitely makes us smile to see them.

8 The Seven Dwarfs

Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho, it's to the park they go, and just in time for Halloween too. Doc, Happy, Sleepy, Sneezy, Bashful, Grumpy, and Dopey are all waiting at Storybook Circus, taking a break from the mines to meet their fans in this festive venue.

We've seen Dopey and Grumpy on their own occasionally, but it's a rare and glorious opportunity to get all seven dwarves together under one roof. It's possibly one of the most popular of the Meet and Greets and definitely not one to be missed.

7 Tarzan, Jane, and Terk

Now here is a trio of characters that definitely strikes high on the rarity list. After a long trek from the African jungle, the fun has arrived with Tarzan, Jane, and Terk making a Magic Kingdom appearance for Mickey's Halloween party. You can find them hanging out by the Swiss Family Robinson's Treehouse in Adventureland.

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Though Terk can occasionally be seen swinging by the Animal Kingdom, Tarzan and Jane are a rare jewel when it comes to Disney Meet and Greets. If you're as crazy about meeting characters as we are, you'll definitely want to make time to visit this jungle crew.

6 Abu and Genie

Aladdin and Jasmine can frequently be met in the Arabian Nights inspired area of Adventureland, but for special events like Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, they often might be accompanied by one of two familiar friends from their animated feature. We'll give you a hint. One's Aladdin's lovable monkey sidekick, the other is a big blue ball of fun.

Genie and Abu are another pair of rare Meet and Greets, but they can be found during seasonal activities such as this, but we believe they are more popular around autumn than the rest of the year. Either way, who wouldn't love an interaction with either one of these two.

5 Elvis Stitch

He's a blue hunk of burning love and his costume definitely goes the extra mile out of all the rest of the characters. Complete with an Elvis wig, sideburns, a bright white jumpsuit, and golden belt-buckle, Stitch is ready to take on a Las Vegas show after his trick or treating.

Stitch is always a fun and engaging Meet and Greet, but seeing him in this outrageous and outlandish attire really sells it. The costume looks great and totally fits the persona of the character. Though we can't help but wonder how he'd look in Elvis's Blue Hawaii attire.

4 Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum

The characters from Disney's Alice in Wonderland can always be found during the Halloween festivities, but the Tweedles are definitely a pair of the rarer appearances from the cast. Though their costume builds have changed very little since the early days of the Disney Parks, they still have a sort of vintage quality to them fans still enjoy.

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They're odd, they're funny, they're a treat amongst the tricks in Wonderland, and they're walking about ready for a photo or two. If the Queen of Hearts doesn't run them off, you're sure to bump into them next time you peruse past the Mad Hatter's Tea Party.

3 Mad Hatter and Alice

Alice is not exactly a rare character, but her appearances in the Magic Kingdom are distinctly less than those at Epcot's U.K. pavilion. The reason she is featured here is due to her less than sane companion, the Mad Hatter. Believe us, Hatter alone is more than an engaging Meet and Greet.

The banter between Hatter and Alice during their interaction with guests is always enjoyable and hysterical, it really makes us wish they got out together more often. Yet another set put on reserve for special occasions, this is a Meet and Greet we highly recommend hitting up as soon as you can.

2 Villains Galore

If there's one thing Disney does right at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, it's bringing out a selection of all their greatest villains to raise a little havoc during the otherwise cheerful festivities. What can we say? Sometimes it's just good to be bad.

It's a whos-who of beloved baddies featuring the likes of Jafar, the Queen of Hearts, Gaston, Cruella De Vil, and even Lotso Huggin Bear! And those are just the Meet and Greet characters, Disney breaks out even more for the parade and stage show. If you love your Disney Villains, this event is practically mandatory.

1 Jack and Sally

Now won't you please make way for a very special guy? It just wouldn't be a proper Halloween celebration without the Pumpkin King himself, would it? Perhaps the most popular Meet and Greet in all the park during Halloween is without a doubt Jack and Sally's from The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Stepping into this Meet and Greet environment is just like stepping into a Tim Burton production. The two most popular residents of Halloween Town help us ring in the spooky season with ghoulish delight. Because they are so popular, we recommend making them your first stop during the celebration.

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