It’s October, which means Halloween is just a few weeks away. Is this one of your favorite holidays? I know it’s one of mine.
To help add some Halloween spirit to your desktop or mobile device, we’re happy to share with you 12 Disney Parks Blog exclusive wallpapers – all inspired by Halloween or our spookiest attractions, the Haunted Mansion and The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
Imagine the unmistakable aroma of rich chocolate, a scent that will draw guests into The Ganachery, a new chocolate shop set to open in The Landing in late 2015 at Disney Springs.
Walt Disney World chefs traveled the world to research and create a custom blend chocolate with the finest beans for the all-new concept that will feature freshly made ganache (gəˈnaSH). Ganache is a luxurious mixture of chocolate and cream, and every chef has their own “perfect” formula for the indulgent sweet.
Hand-crafted onstage by a chocolatier, the shop will feature fresh batches daily, including dark (65 percent custom blend), hazelnut, chipotle and a custom blend flavored with the world’s finest spices and flavors.
Beautiful custom packaging will make elegant take-home gifts. And you can bet there will be chocolate bars inspired by Disney characters.
Stay tuned for more details!
One of the highlights of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Parties at Magic Kingdom Park is the spooky fireworks display, “Happy HalloWishes.”
In this nighttime spectacular, the Ghost Host from the Haunted Mansion welcomes you to “drop in” as Disney Villains, like Cruella de Vil, Jafar and Oogie Boogie, take control of the fireworks show. Take a look at the photo gallery above – if you’ve never attended a Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, you’ve never seen Cinderella Castle like this before!
Today we revealed that in early 2017 we will return to popular destinations in the Caribbean and Bahamas.
Think you remember just about everything there is to know about the former Horizons attraction at Epcot? Put your knowledge to the test below!
Spending the holidays at Walt Disney World Resort is a magical experience for the whole family, but for a first-time guest it can be tough to plan the perfect merry itinerary. Which parks have special events for the season? Are there holiday treats at restaurants on property? Do any of the resorts have not-to-be-missed décor?
Were you obsessed with Future World in Epcot in the 1980s? At the time, attractions like Horizons, The Living Seas, World of Motion and the Astuter Computer Revue showed us how daily life, undersea exploration, future automobiles – and these new things called computers – may change life over the next few decades.
Not even on Halloween can sisters Anastasia and Drizella behave themselves. In this week’s Disney Doodle, the sisters are at it again, tug-of-warring over candy at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
Sixty years ago today, the landmark Disneyland Hotel opened its doors just three months after Disneyland park opened to the public. Designed as a hotel with families in mind, the Orange County hotel was the first major resort to be built in Southern California since the early 1940s.
At 180 feet high, and 165 feet in diameter, Spaceship Earth stands as the iconic symbol of Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort. The 18-story geodesic sphere takes guests on a ride through time and demonstrates how advancements in human communication from prehistoric times to modern times have shaped the future every step of the way.