Halloween Time has arrived at the Disneyland Resort! Now through October 31 guests can enjoy the festive seasonal decor, spooky transformed attractions, characters dressed in their best costumes, and wickedly delicious treats.
Haunted Mansion Holiday has returned for its 20th year. Jack Skellington and his Halloween Town friends have moved in to the Haunted Mansion for the Halloween and Christmas seasons.
And every night, beginning tonight through Oct. 31, guests in this park will enjoy a dreadfully delightful treat in the form of Halloween Screams, a not-so-frightful projection and special effects show. On weekend nights, “Halloween Screams” takes to the skies to enhance the cheerful thrills with fireworks.
Guests will also enjoy fun fall decor around the Disneyland Resort! The Partners statue is surrounded by different Disney character Jack-o-lanterns and other festive decor can be seen throughout the parks.
Frightfully fun Halloween merchandise has also arrived at the Disneyland Resort. Everything from t-shirts to accessories to specialty popcorn buckets is available!
We can’t forget the delicious seasonal treats! You’ll find Halloween cookies, churros, marshmallow wands, cupcakes, and more at both parks and Downtown Disney.
In Disney California Adventure park, Guardians of the Galaxy – Monsters After Dark brings Super Hero-size Halloween mayhem nightly to the newly opened Avengers Campus. In Cars Land, family-friendly fun reigns as Radiator Springs is transformed into Radiator Screams. On Buena Vista Street, the 10-foot-tall statue of the Headless Horseman awaits, while Disney characters gambol in their vintage Halloween costumes.
Also in Disney California Adventure park, Plaza de la Familia returns with its colorful celebration honoring the everlasting bonds of family. The immersive, limited-time celebration takes place in Paradise Gardens through Nov. 2. Inspired by the tradition of Dia de los Muertos, the festivities include live entertainment, delicious foods, crafts and interactive experiences. Not to be missed is the dynamic street show, “A Musical Celebration of Coco,” presented several times daily.
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