Now through October 31, 2016 at the Disneyland Resort, you can experience Disney’s Halloween Time and find a familiar assortment of treats, spooks, and more. We were at the parks this weekend to take a look at all the goodies in store and it promises to be another spooktacular event to ring in the fall. Enjoy!
Haunted Mansion Holiday
The several month reign of the Haunted Mansion Holiday returns once again this year and lasts through the end of the regular Christmas/Holiday season on January 8, 2017.
New this year is the addition of a life-size Sally who joins Jack Skellington in the graveyard scene. To celebrate her arrival, the Haunted Mansion Holiday Gingerbread House (yes, made of edible gingerbread) sports a stitch motif and re-imagines a popular moment in the attraction.
Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy
Replacing the popular Hyperspace Mountain layover, Space Mountain has been transformed once again into Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy.
Tower of Terror – Late Checkout
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror Late Check-Out is a holiday twist added to the attraction that features the drop sequences done in complete darkness. Don’t forget to get your rides in, the attraction will be closing permanently on January 2, 2017 to make way for the theme centered around Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
Plus, each day during Halloween Time, the Hollywood Tower Hotel will host special performances by Buena Vista Street’s own Silver Lake Sisters.
Read More: ‘Tower of Terror’ confirmed for Jan. 2 closure, plus “lights off” run-throughs and more
Mickey and Friends in Halloween Costumes
Jack Skellington and Sally
You’ll never know who you might run into. On opening weekend we saw Jafar and Gaston!
Sweets and Treats
There’s a variety of savory and sweet flavors inspired by the fall season. Disney released a full roster of all the Halloween Time food options available. Below is a sampling of just some of all the eats available!
A Halloween classic and there’s a bunch of different kinds!
Maurice Pumpkin Bread Twist
A personal favorite of magical pumpkin (but not too pumpkiny) deliciousness. Available in the Fantasy Fair to the left of the castle at Maurice’s Treats wagon.
Here’s a look at the French Market desserts in New Orleans Square.
A variety of containers are available for all your popcorn toting needs.
Of course, most of your fall favorites from Starbucks are also available at all FOUR Disneyland Resort locations.
Dia De Los Muertos
A great photo-op celebrating the “Day of the Dead” tradition that is practiced in many Latin American cultures.
A special dedication to author Ray Bradbury that is lit every year in honor of his favorite holiday.
Main Street, USA
Disneyland Park welcomes you into Halloween Time with colorful fall colors and a slew of pumpkins all across the land.
Trick or Tea
You can enjoy a fanciful TRICK OR TEA service at the Disneyland Hotel’s Steakhouse 55 from September 30 – October 30. Make reservations at Disneyland.com/dine or by calling 714-781-DINE.
Read More: TRICK OR TEA at the Disneyland Hotel offers spooktacular twist to regular tea offering
Mickey’s Halloween Party
Expanded for this year, Mickey’s Halloween Party will feature a new Frightfully Fun Parade that promises to bring several characters including Haunted Mansion ghosts, Nightmare Before Christmas, Dr. Facilier and more. That’s in addition to party favorites that include “Halloween Screams” fireworks spectacular, Trick or Treating, rare villain/character appearances and more.
Discounted tickets available when purchasing in advance. Tickets purchased on the day of the event are $89 each. All tickets to Mickey’s Halloween Party on Saturday, Oct. 29, and Monday, Oct. 31, are $99 each. The event is prone to sell-out nights so it’s best to purchase in advance. Visit Disneyland.com/party for more details.
Read More: Expanded #HalloweenTime parade comes to Disneyland’s MICKEY’S HALLOWEEN PARTY event
That should do it!
Disney’s Halloween Time is happening now at the Disneyland Resort though October 31, 2016!