The Most Spookiest Time of the Year Has Arrived at Disneyland Resort

Michael Ramirez

by , Public Relations Director, Disneyland Resort

Happy hauntings have returned to the Disneyland Resort as Halloween Time begins today through Oct. 31!

Halloween magic can be found around every corner as favorite experiences are transformed for the season. Both parks are decked out for the occasion with spook-tacular décor, seasonal attraction overlays and Halloween-themed treats – not to mention Disney villains lurking throughout the resort!

Are you excited to see “Halloween Screams” nighttime spectacular at Disneyland park? Or, would you rather take a spin around Mater’s Graveyard JamBOOree in Cars Land at Disney California Adventure park? Tell us what you’re most looking forward to this Halloween season at the Disneyland Resort!


  • I’m so excited to attend the Oogie Boogie Bash next month! Can’t wait to see all the Villains out in force, the shows, the decorations, the overlays, the fireworks, the parade-PUMPKIN EVERYTHING! I’ve got a list of a couple dozen must have treats from the Halloween Foodie Guide! Plus the Haunted Mansion 50th Anniversary! I’m counting down the days-40 to be exact!!!

  • Why did they not bring back Ghost Galaxy

  • First time in 10 years the general public can see Halloween Screams Fireworks Spectacular!

  • I’m looking forward to the whole season and all it entails! I absolutely adore Halloween Time and the Holidays at Disneyland Resort. I’m curious, though — is there no Foodie Guide for the general Halloween Time season this year (not counting the Guide for the Haunted Mansion 50th anniversary)? Last year it was published in August and was very extensive, as it included savory fall dishes and Halloween-themed treats.

    Perhaps there will be a Foodie Guide for the new Oogie Boogie Bash in DCA, but I find the ones for the general season to be very helpful, as there are a lot of items at places that people might ordinarily overlook. For example, last year I wouldn’t have known to get the apple pie sundae at Gibson Girl if there hadn’t been a Foodie Guide for the Halloween Time season.

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