The Disneyland Resort is officially out of their Summer season, and it’s now time for Halloween, officially called Halloween Time! The parks are all dressed up and the store shelves are stocked with new merchandise. Let’s take a stroll through the parks, shall we?
The giant pumpkin is back for photo ops:
Themed merchandise is available all throughout the resort:
Jack Skellington and his friends have taken over The Haunted Mansion again for “Haunted Mansion Holiday” and they will be here through Christmas
Rancho Del Zocalo is all dressed up for the holidays as well:
Big Thunder Ranch has a Halloween Carnival where you can conjure up Villains and play games with the characters:
Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy is open for the month of October so make sure to stop by before it goes away:
Disneyland will be closing early on select dates in October for their annual Halloween Party, so make sure to plan accordingly. Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a separate ticketed event and details can be found at http://disneyland.disney.go.com/special-offers/mickeys-halloween-party/
Over at Disney California Adventure, a new FrankenWeenie 4D experience located at the Hollywood Backlot has sprung to life:
After you check out the short preview, head over to the Animation Academy where they have an exhibit dedicated to the film:
The actual figures and props are on display, and it’s incredibly detailed:
They had full sets that were used in filming:
That’s all for now! We hope you can get to Anaheim to experience all that Disney has to offer.
Happy HoJo-ween everybody!
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