A Spooky Good Time at Disneyland

Main Street

Halloween is just around the corner and that means Disneyland is hosting their spine-tingling Halloween Time. During this time of year, every little thing at Disneyland changes to celebrate the arrival of fall. From the characters to all of the decorations, it is the perfect place to get in that magical Halloween spirit.


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Halloween Time started on September 11th and will be open until the 1st of November. Even the rides and attractions jump on the bandwagon and add some Halloween fun into the mix. The Haunted Mansion transforms into The Nightmare Before Christmas. Space Mountain gets recreated into a ghostly and wild roller coaster. Main Street, U.S.A. turns into a giant pumpkin patch like you have never seen with hundreds of hand-carved pumpkins with no two alike! Frontierland adds traditional skeletons to observe and celebrate Dia de los Muertos. And a special treat for this year guests; they will be able to see Sleeping Beauty Castle sparkle with dazzling enhancements from the park’s 60th Anniversary Diamond Celebration.

Haunted Mansion

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To get the full on Halloween Time experience and be able to see all of the park’s Halloween decorations, go on one of Disney’s Happiest Haunts tour. During the tour, a “Ghost Host” will join your tour guide. They will take you on a thrilling tour that includes frightfully fun attractions and chilling tales. Plus you get a special Halloween treat!

Don’t forget to get a ticket to attend Mickey’s Halloween Party. On 17 select nights, Disneyland hosts a spook-tacular party complete with eerie entertainment, frightful parades, trick-or-treating and the Halloween Screams fireworks show.


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At night is when the really scary stuff takes place. Nighttime is when all of the villains come out to play at Disneyland. Beware of Captain Hook, Cruella Deville, Ursula and all of the scary villains from your favorite Disney movies.

Sadly, I have yet to experience the spooky fun. Have you been to Disneyland around Halloween? If you have, what is your favorite part of Halloween Time?



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