Happy Halloween! If you didn’t get a chance to celebrate this spooky day at the Walt Disney World® Resort or Disneyland® Resort this year, then start planning for next year’s trip! Here are the haunted happenings that took place this year that you won’t want to miss next year!
Disneyland® Resort in California
Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy
The darkest regions of space and time cross over into a ghostly netherworld in the classic attraction, Space Mountain! Haunting sound effects and a chilling soundtrack surround you as you scream your way through space.
Main Street Pumpkin Festival
More than 300 totally unique pumpkins decorate the plaza throughout Main Street, U.S.A. Be sure to check them all out as well as the delicious treats for sale.
Haunted Mansion Holiday
This timeless attraction has been taken over by Jack Skellington and his gang from Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” The Haunted Mansion is transformed from haunted house to Halloween Town complete with special soundtrack and exclusive Halloween experiences.
Big Thunder Ranch Halloween Roundup
Head to the corral and get close with different barnyard animals. Then meet up with Sheriff Woody and Jessie while participating in lively arts and crafts. Learn from the master Disney arts as they create elaborate pumpkin designs.
Mickey’s Halloween Party
You are invited to an exclusive party with Mickey and the gang at the Disneyland® Park. Clad in costume, trick-or-treat around the park. Fireworks erupts the night sky to a spooky and haunting soundtrack in Halloween Screams. A separate ticket is needed for this event that takes place select nights.
Walt Disney World® Resort in Florida
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Dress up in your favorite costume and trick-or-treat around the Magic Kingdom for some delicious treats. Take a ride on some of your favorite attractions and be sure to catch Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade that kicks off by a erie ride by the Headless Horseman. The Disney Villians light up the night sky in the Happy Hallowishes fireworks. Don’t forget to catch your favorite characters in their costumes. A separate ticket is needed for this event that takes place on select nights.
Haunted Carriage Rides
Roam the woods of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground on a 25-minute Haunted Carriage Ride while hearing the “Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” Reservations are needed to participate in this spooky experience.
Delicious Halloween Treats
Throughout the entire resort, feast on delicious treats created just for this time of the year. Pumpkin spice funnel cakes, pumpkin fudge and cheesecake, and Halloween-themed cookies and baked goods. Some of your favorite characters are recreated as caramel apples during the Halloween season!
Halloween Fun at the Walt Disney World Resort Hotels
Check with your resort hotel for fun Halloween Happenings during your stay. Participate in Mummy Wrap-Ups, Cupcake Decorating, Monster Mash Pool Bashes, Costume Parades, or catch a haunted flick under the stars.
*Halloween events may vary from year to year at the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts and can change without notice.