Halloween at Disney Parks

Disney Parks around the world celebrate Halloween. For guests visiting the parks or sailing with the Disney Cruise Line will experience spooky fun. If you are looking for more information of what you can experience per park, click the links below.

Halloween time at Disney Parks

Halloween time at Disney Parks

Walt Disney World Resort

The entire Walt Disney World resort will be celebrating fall season. This year is also the first fall for Pandora – The World of Avatar with special menu items. Click here for all information on the Fall Season at Walt Disney World Resort.

Magic Kingdom Park is host to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. This party requires a separate ticket and will be held 32 select nights from August 25 to November 1. This year, more than a dozen new Halloween treats can be enjoyed as well.

Disneyland Resort

For the first time ever, Cars Land in Disney California Adventure will transform with a special Haul-O-Ween makeover as the citizens of Radiator Springs don Halloween costumes and decorate their respective homes for the season. The citizens of Radiator Springs are ready to go “trunk-or-treating”. Other areas of the park like Carthay Circle will also be transformed this Halloween. Disney California Adventure will also be host to a pre-party mix-in for Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland Park.

Disneyland Park will see several transformation including Haunted Mansion Holiday (with the annual gingerbread house!) and Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy. Diá de los Muertos will also be celebrated. On select nights Mickey’s Halloween Party will take place. A separate ticket is required to attend this party. For all the Halloween offerings, take a look here.

Disneyland Resort - Halloween

Tokyo Disney Resort

From September 8 through October 31, 2017 both Tokyo DisneySea and Tokyo Disneyland will be transformed for Halloween. At Tokyo Disneyland Mickey Mouse and his Disney Friends join ghost and skeleton “stars” in entertaining Guests with a variety of amusing and exciting musical performances in “Halloween Pop’n LIVE” presented along the parade route. During the Halloween period, special merchandise will be for sale at the various shops throughout the park.

Tokyo DisneySea will be transformed with an eerie atmosphere as the Disney Villains, together with Mickey Mouse and his Disney friends, host a cool Halloween party. Presented at Mediterranean Harbor will be “The Villains World.” Guests will find new special merchandise and special menu items themed to the Disney Villains. Decorations featuring the Disney Villains. Read more about the Halloween offerings at Tokyo Disney Resort here.

Disneyland Paris

Halloween Time at Disneyland Paris will be different from what you have seen in the previous years. As the 25th Anniversary is in full swing, the Halloween offerings have been adjusted. You can experience Halloween at Disneyland Paris from October 1st  to November 5th  2017.

Hong Kong Disneyland

Celebrate Halloween at Hong Kong Disneyland. From September 14 to October 31, the park is transformed for this spooky event. Guests can enter the walk-through attraction “Maze of Madness: The Nightmare Experiment Continues”. Or join Mickey’s Magical Halloween Hunt, a three-course interactive dining experience where guests work together to solve the mystery of a missing treasure alongside a magician, occultist, fortune-teller and musician! Mickey’s Halloween Time Street Party will take over Main Street USA. And at night Disney Villains will come out to play in “Villains Night Out! Chapter 2.” For more information on Halloween at Hong Kong Disneyland, click here.

Shanghai Disneyland

This year, Shanghai Disney Resort is celebrating its first Halloween season. The resort came up with some amazing experiences for its guests. We got a full list of the offerings and can’t wait to experience it ourselves in the future.

Halloween on the High Seas - Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line

Guest aboard all the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Wonder and Disney Magic will experience Halloween on the High Seas from September through October. More information about Halloween on the High Seas can be found here.

Photo: Paul Hiffmeyer, Scott Brinegar, Matt Stroshane.