Halloween is just a few days away, and to celebrate, Disney artist Jason “Tiki” Tackett created this wallpaper inspired by Disney•Pixar’s “Inside Out.” In it, he imagines what it would be like if the character “Fear” visited the Haunted Mansion.
“Disney Haunted Halloween – Dare to Get Lost in Ghost Town” is on at Hong Kong Disneyland this year. The Halloween celebration takes on an outdoor theme this year, tempting daring guests to lose their way in the ghostly lands across Mystic Point, Grizzly Gulch and Adventureland where the spirits come alive at nightfall through October 31.
As part of the celebration, guests can experience The Haunting of Grizzly Gulch, where legend has it the cowboys and miners who once resided here have returned to continue their feud. Each hour, the ghosts return to the gold-mining town to settle their old score.
Guests can also enjoy the Cycle of the Spirits at Mystic Point. Here captivating spirits, including the dancing couple and the society ladies, lure the unsuspecting into their time-warp to watch as the spirits relive one hour of their lives over and over in an unending loop of time.
Jungle River Cruise has been transformed into perilous voyage that the Navigator and Skipper will guide brave guests through a quest for the voodooed emerald stones, which may have dire consequences.
And of course, Mickey, Minnie, Duffy, ShellieMay and other Disney friends are donning their best Halloween outfits at the park this season.
The Haunted Mansion is one of the favorites for many guests at Magic Kingdom Park. Is it yours? How well do you know this spooky place? Put your knowledge to the test below!
Haunted Mansion at Magic Kingdom Park
What year did the Haunted Mansion open at Magic Kingdom Park?
Where in Magic Kingdom Park is the Haunted Mansion located?
How many ghosts reside in the Haunted Mansion at Magic Kingdom Park?
What are the ''unofficial'' names of the three Hitchhiking Ghosts?
According to legend, who is the portrait of in the foyer of the Haunted Mansion?
What is the Bride holding in her hands in the attic scene of the Haunted Mansion?
What is the name on the gravestone under this lady in the Stretch Room scene?
What's the first room you enter once you board your Doom Buggy in the Haunted Mansion?
Whose tomb do you pass by in the interactive queue as you approach the Haunted Mansion?
Who will you find in the Pet Cemetery just outside the Haunted Mansion?
What's the last line on Leota's tombstone outside the Haunted Mansion? ''Dear Sweet Leota, Beloved By All, In Regions Beyond Now, ____''
What's floating at the end of the Endless Hallway?
According to the Ghost Host, what are the guests assembling for in the Grand Hall?
Dr. Facilier, also known as “The Shadow Man,” first materialized in “Princess and the Frog” in 2009.
Tricky and manipulative, he strikes up a deal with Prince Naveen to make his dreams come true – for a price. But his “friends on the other side” get the better of Dr. Facilier in the end.
Thanks to Mariah Wild for the images.
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Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort draws to a close November 1! If you haven’t yet experienced the spooky fun throughout Disneyland park during this special time of year, check out the video below for all the details. I got some special tips from one of the 999 happy haunts inside the Haunted Mansion when I was recently transported into the spirit realm!
What is your favorite part of Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort?
In our Disney Doodle series, our artists take turns depicting what fun our Disney characters would have, should they visit the parks on their own.
In this week’s Disney Doodle, artist Ashley Taylor imagines Sally from “The Nightmare Before Christmas” stitching up a whole new project – her name on her very own set of Mickey ears.
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Halloween is just a few days away, and for those of you who are especially crafty, we have a special treat for you today!
Disney Parks Blog author Simone Miranda and her team just created three do-it-yourself Disney character masks. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to create each one. According to Simone, the Oogie Boogie is the easiest, then Maleficent, while Scar is the most challenging. You can download templates for each mask below.
See the posts below for more DIY projects:
The Halloween celebration is heating up at the Walt Disney World Resort, with “Happy HalloWishes” fireworks lighting up the sky at Magic Kingdom Park during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
This Halloween fireworks show features narration from the Haunted Mansion’s Ghost Host, and bright fireworks to some of our favorite villainous tunes, including “Poor Unfortunate Souls,” “Oogie Boogie’s Song,” and more.
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Lon Smart, a Creative Concept Artist for Disney Parks, has a very cool job this time of year. He gets to design a lot of the pumpkins you see on Main Street, U.S.A., at Magic Kingdom Park during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
We recently visited with Lon to get some of his go-to carving tricks, which include: using a dry erase marker to draw (and easily erase mistakes) on your pumpkin, choosing items like bike lights or glow sticks to light a pumpkin, and giving a pumpkin extra character by adding paint or accessories.
Check out more of his tips below.
Lon also shared some downloadable templates you can cut out and use to create your own expressive pumpkin. Check those out below.
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Halloween is still a few days away, but guests at Disney’s Hollywood Studios can experience a Halloween thrill 365 days a year at the Hollywood Tower Hotel.
That’s because the storyline of The Twilight Zone – Tower of Terror attraction is set on Halloween night – October 31, 1939, when five passengers mysteriously disappeared in the hotel’s elevator.
This attraction looks even eerier at night. Do you prefer to ride during the day or after the lights go down?