This month in our “Disney Parks After Dark” series, we’ll be switching gears and showing you some of the spookiest places at Disney Parks – at night, of course!
Tonight’s photo was shot by Tom Bricker and was snapped at Disneyland Park (Paris).
This attraction debuted April 12, 1992, in Frontierland to feature a slightly different backstory than The Haunted Mansion here at Magic Kingdom Park. The attraction in France specifically focuses on the Ravenswood family, Western settlers who struck it rich during the gold rush and were later affected by a series of mysterious demises.
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!
Tonight’s “After Dark” image was snapped at Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Here, you can see the amazing view this resort offers of Magic Kingdom Park.
Have you stayed at this resort? Tell us what you enjoyed most in the “Comments” section below.
This week’s “Caption This” image was snapped in 1991 at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
Here, Minnie sets sail out on Seven Seas Lagoon for some Polynesian fun. This photo could sure use a caption. Share yours in the comments section below!
This week, I had a great opportunity to photograph the new “Disneyland Forever” fireworks from a unique location. I was looking to capture the reflection of Sleeping Beauty Castle and maybe the fireworks in the moat.
Where’s your favorite place to watch the Disneyland Forever fireworks show?
In this week’s “After Dark” image, we’re taking a look at what the German pavilion at Epcot looks like after the park closes and all the guests head out.
So peaceful – and colorful! What international pavilion is your favorite to visit at night? Tell us in the “Comments” section below.
The sun may be setting at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but the fun will continue into the night.
What’s your favorite attraction to experience after dark at this park? Mine is The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, for sure! Tell us yours in the comments section below.
Looks like a lovely morning at the China pavilion at Epcot. How amazing is this sunshine on this already beautiful pavilion?
Is it too early for some yummy honey sesame chicken at Nine Dragons Restaurant?
This week was a big one for three young residents of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Mara, Milo and Lincoln, 3-, 4- and 5-month-old baby giraffes made their way out onto the savanna for the very first time.
Will you stop to visit them on at Kilimanjaro Safaris on your next visit?
The sun is just about to set on Disney’s BoardWalk and the Friendship Launch boats that speed guests to and from Epcot. What a lovely sky, isn’t it?