Ok, so maybe not 999 of them, but Disney’s dying for you to see the newly-released merchandise in celebration of the Haunted Mansion’s 50th anniversary at Disneyland.
The happy haunts who reside in the haunted mansion at New Orleans Square have been materializing for 50 years as of August 9, and it’s a ghastly cause for a “swinging wake.” Solemn souls in the park can purchase limited-edition apparel, accessories, collectibles, and more.
Have you ever hoped to bring home one of the hitchhiking ghosts or one of the other fiendish characters from the attraction? Pick up your very own Host A Ghost jar at the cart in New Orleans Square. Choose from Constance Hatchaway, the Hatbox Ghost, Professor Phineas Plump, and even more of your favorite ghostly characters. Just tap the jar and be amazed as Madame Leota causes the spirit to take shape right before your eyes!
If you’re the Disney fan who likes to dress the part and accessorize with themed apparel, jewelry and charms, choose from ghoulish gear like t-shirts featuring the Hatbox Ghost or doom buggies. Are you a cadaverous collector of ear hats? The silly spooks don’t disappoint! The newest Haunted Mansion ear hat is sure to surprise, spook and delight you.
Or commemorate the foolish frivolity with the “50 Years of Happy Haunts” charm from Alex and Ani or any one of 3 new Haunted Mansion charms from PANDORA, including a limited-edition anniversary charm. Find these bewitching charms at La Mascarade d’Orleans.
Still looking for another way to commemorate the frightfully fun 50th anniversary? Purchase your tickets now for “The Haunted Mansion: Celebrating 50 Years of Retirement Unliving.”
Choose to attend on August 7-8 or August 8-9. The event is a separate-ticket event. Cost is $299 per person and includes all the fiendish festivities: a special appearance by Madame Leota, themed beverages and food, (un)lively entertainment, access to select attractions like Pirates of the Caribbean, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, the Mark Twain Riverboat, Indiana Jones Adventure and Tarzan’s Treehouse. There will also be themed backgrounds and devilish decor. Click here, if you dare, for more information or to purchase tickets, and beware of hitchhiking ghosts.
Love the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland? Share your favorite grim grinning ghostly memories in the comments!
Source: Disney Parks Blog