The Disney theme parks are filled with Halloween decor, spooktacular treats, and special events such as Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom, but so is Disney Springs in Walt Disney World and Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort. And the best part is, to experience these Halloween offerings, you don’t need a park ticket!
If you are on the East Coast, then you have to check out WonderFall Flavors at Disney Springs. This limited-time event is currently running through November 4 and offers a variety of delicious treats. Apple cinnamon. Pumpkin spice. No matter your preference, WonderFall Flavors has something to satisfy your taste buds!
If you are on the West Coast, Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort also has a wide variety of delightful treats and specialty eats. From pumpkin cupcakes at Sprinkles to Halloween themed caramel apples at Marceline’s Confectionery, there is something for everyone to enjoy this Disney Halloween season.
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Are you looking to bring a little Disney Halloween into the comfort of your own home? Or maybe you’re on the hunt for the perfect spooky Disney Halloween t-shirt or sweatshirt? If so, then check out the World of Disney, located at both Disney Springs and Downtown Disney.
You can also get your new merchandise personalized at Disney’s Days of Christmas and Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories at Disney Springs to add that special touch to your new purchase.
Boo-tiful Decor and Spooky Experiences
It wouldn’t be Halloween without boo-tiful decor or spooktacular experiences. The Zombie Drum Corp at Disney Springs is returning from October 18-October 31 and is certainly a sight to see!
You and your family can also snap a picture in front of several Halloween themed backdrops at the Disney PhotoPass Studio located at the Marketplace in Disney Springs. These group photos make for the perfect memory that lasts a lifetime.
If you’re on the West Coast, you can experience Disney Halloween entertainment, too! In the Downtown Disney District, be on the lookout for Halloween planters which feature over 2,500 pumpkins and 1,900 gourds, which makes for a picture perfect backdrop. Also, on Wednesday and Friday nights throughout the month of October, Disney guests can experience one of a kind ScareOLers.
If you want to experience the Disney Halloween offerings at either Walt Disney World or Disneyland but need help planning your trip, then you should reach out to Academy Travel. The Authorized Disney Vacation Planners at Academy Travel can plan every aspect of your Disney trip. Click here for your no-obligation vacation quote from Academy Travel to make your Disney dreams come true at the Happiest Place on Earth.
Which of these Disney Halloween experiences is a must try on your bucket list?