If you are planning on visiting Disneyland Resort during the Halloween season, there will be a tonne of ways you can celebrate.
Of course, the parks have been decorated for the spooky season, so you can catch all the fall vibes when you visit Disney California Adventure or Disneyland Resort! Aside from that, Disney Guests can purchase a separately ticketed event to Oogie Boogie Bash, the Halloween party at Disney California Adventure that has Guests raving (now sold out).
On top of that, Muppets Haunted Mansion debuts on Disney+ on October 8. In order to celebrate, Disneyland Resort will have a special photo-op that Guests can take advantage of as well. Now, the Disneyland Resort hotels are adding to the spooky “to-do” list!
Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, and the Disneyland Hotel are all joining in on creating fun Halloween-theming for Guests to enjoy.
Oooh! Oogie Boogie: Oogie Boogie is quite the sight in the lobby of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. His cauldron is over 4-feet tall! The pastry shop shared what goes into creating this confectionary masterpiece:
260 pounds of powdered sugar
220 pounds of rice cereal
95 pounds of marshmallow
80 pounds of butter
120 pounds of dark chocolate
80 pounds of white chocolate
480 pounds of fondant
370 hours of planning and hands-on work
13 hidden Mickeys!
On top of that, there are delicious snacks for Guests to enjoy. Guests can take their pick amongst all of the spooky treats, including “Mickey-shaped monster cookies, Jack Skellington cookies, Oogie Boogie cupcakes, skull-faced cookies, Mickey whoopie pies, and chocolate chip cookie shot glasses with milk.”
At Disney’s Paradise Pier, Ursula’s tentacles can be seen taking over the lobby. There are also Haunted Mansion stretching room portraits hanging at Disneyland Hotel.
Guests can also enjoy some trick or treating on October 31!
Trick-or-Treating for Hotel Guests: On Oct. 31, 2021, overnight guests of the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort are invited to enjoy exclusive, complimentary trick-or-treating. Each hotel will have a treat map of locations, so little ghosts and goblins (and their parents) can visit all three hotels. Hotel guests are encouraged to sign up at the Front Desk upon check-in.
So, if you are staying at Disneyland this Halloween, you will surely have plenty to do when it comes to Halloween activities.
Will you be celebrating Halloween at Disneyland Resort this year?