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#DisneyMagicMoments: Check Out Hauntingly Beautiful Views of Disney’s Mansions and Manors from Around the World

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

As days shorten in fall, creeping shadows and eerie night skies can create mesmerizing views at Disney Mansions and Manors around the world!  Whether it’s the chilling Phantom Manor at Disneyland Paris or the ghostly Haunted Mansion at Walt Disney World Resort, each estate offers its own enchanting beauty. 

With Halloween approaching, our friends from across the globe scared up a few favorite hauntings to begin the week. Take a look at some “Mansions and Manors” magic: 

Phantom Manor at Disneyland Paris

Our special look at Mansions and Manors begins at Disneyland Paris where an otherworldly sky frames up Phantom Manor in a most uncanny way.  Tucked away in a corner of Frontierland, this dilapidated house has frightful secrets to discover – if you dare to enter! 

Haunted Mansion at Magic Kingdom Park

At Walt Disney World Resort, the darkness of night ushers in hair-raising experiences at the Haunted Mansion.  Beware of hitchhikers – phantom pranksters inside may just follow you home. 

Haunted Mansion at Disneyland Park

Moonbeams illuminated the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland Resort in a past view, delivering a bewitching glow for all happy haunts.  

Haunted Mansion at Tokyo Disneyland

At Tokyo Disney Resort, an overcast sky delivers a delightfully dreadful view of the ominous gothic mansion – haunted by 999 ghosts, goblins, and ghouls.

Mystic Manor at Hong Kong Disneyland

And a shadowy night at Mystic Manor at Hong Kong Disneyland sets the stage for the estate’s exotic artifacts from around the world to come to life right before your eyes.  

We hope you enjoyed this special look at the hauntingly beautiful Mansions and Manors of Disney Parks.  Be sure to check back for more Disney Halloween surprises by visiting our new “Everything Halloween” page.  

Comments

  • So nice. The Haunted Mansions always photograph well. I just wish these were in desktop wallpaper sizes.

  • Andrew I agree completely!

  • Please make these wallpaper sized.

  • Phantom Manor at Disneyland Paris does indeed sit tucked away in a corner of the park, away from a lot of the noise and crowds in the rest of the park and it gives it a particularly eerie setting, sitting off on its own. You can take a longer break from the crowds by exploring the pathway that weaves just beyond the attraction to discover Boot Hill, a cemetery for some of the dearly departed from the story within the attraction. Some people may miss this area entirely, exiting the ride and then heading back to the rest of the park.