Guests Spot Iconic Halloween Decor On Its Way to Disneyland

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Halloween is just around the corner and it seems as though Disneyland is beginning to prep its theme parks so that Guests can once again enjoy the spooky season at the Happiest Place on Earth!

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Yesterday, we reported that at Disney California Adventure, we can see that the Oogie Boogie signage is already beginning to go up ahead of the start of Halloween Time at Disneyland Resort (September 3) and Oogie Boogie Bash, which will have its first night on September 9.

Related: Oogie Boogie Bash Returning WITHOUT One Major Offering

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Now, we are seeing that more iconic Halloween decor is making its way to the theme parks as one Instagram user spotted the Mickey Jack-o-Lantern, other pumpkins, and even statues for Plaza de la Familia, which will take place from September 3 to November 2, 2021.

Disney lifestylist and fashionista Alex M. (@mermaidsonmainstreet) posted a video to Instagram showing some of the iconic Halloween decor on its way to Disneyland — including the Mickey Jack-o-Lantern:

What a day! On our way to Storytellers Cafe we see the pumpkin on it’s way! Woo hoo!

It is so exciting to see iconic pieces of Halloween decor making its way to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure as the spooky season is just around the corner. This will be the first time since 2019 Guests can celebrate Halloween inside the theme parks as due to the ongoing pandemic, both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure were closed for the 2020 spooky season.

For more information on the Halloween season at Disneyland, visit our website here.

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Over at Disneyland’s sister Resort, Walt Disney World, Halloween has already begun! In case you weren’t aware, instead of hosting Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, a brand-new Disney After Hours event debuted at Magic Kingdom called Disney After Hours Boo Bash! This new event celebrates the spooky season as the theme parks continue to offer Guests magical experiences while navigating operations during the pandemic.

For more information on Boo Bash, visit our website here.

Are you excited to see Halloween coming back to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure? Let us know in the comments below.

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