It’s that spooky time of year! What was formerly known as Mickey’s Halloween Party, is now Boo Bash, which happens to be sold out already. Disney fans- no fear, they always have more activities in store! The good news here is that Disney has some super fun Halloween attractions at Disneyland and Disney World all month long and I’m excited to share them all with you!
Mickey, Minnie and all of their friends are dressed to impress this month! Their Halloween costumes are some of the very best. They even have The Nightmare Before Christmas characters at the parks! We love the Tim Burton film The Nightmare Before Christmas, if you haven’t seen it, that should be on your list of things to do during the month of October!
Jack Skellington is in town and he has completely decked out the Haunted Mansion for the month of October! There are seasonal surprises at your very favorite sites! The Haunted Mansion, itself, is a unique attraction at the park, but there’s something so festive about going there this time of year while it’s decorated for the holiday! If you love spooky season, this attraction is for you.
This month, all throughout the park you can find Halloween-themed displays and carved pumpkins! My kids love seeing all the fun pumpkins at the parks, they’re great inspiration for our own pumpkins! How cute would a Mickey pumpkin be?! We sometimes struggle to figure out what to carve into our pumpkins, so any inspiration is helpful! They even have a giant Mickey Mouse Pumpkin for you to take pictures with.
Jack Skellington and his dog Zero are kicking off the spooky month with Halloween greeting! There are so many sights to see and spooky sounds to hear from a bunch of Disney characters such as Ursula and Maleficent. They even have projections of ghosts! Some nights, as you reach the finale of the show, there are fireworks! But you can check on their site to be sure which nights the fireworks will be taking place.
If you’re looking for something fun to do this month with your family, check out the spooky attractions at Disneyland and Disney World! The pumpkin creations, themselves, are worth it to see!
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