From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Michael Ramirez
It’s Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort and teens who love tricks and treats will find a way to spell-abrate this haunted season. Whether you love spooky selfies or emb-RACE-ing the spirit of Haul-O-Ween in Cars Land, there is something for every teen during the Halloween season.
Spot frightfully famous Halloween Town residents Jack Skellington and Sally
“This is Halloween” and no Halloween season would be complete without seeing the Pumpkin King himself and his admirer Sally. Jack Skellington and Sally may materialize in New Orleans Square at Disneyland park near their Haunted Mansion Holiday home and are just dying to take a photo with you!
Race over to Luigi’s Honkin Haul-O-Ween in Radiator Screams
For all the teens who have mash-worthy moves, head to Cars Land at Disney California Adventure park for a ghoulishly grand song ‘n’ dance bash guaranteed to wake the dead… batteries, of course! While his kooky cousins give you a spook-tacular spin around the dance floor, Luigi and Guido add a haunted twist to traditional songs and stories from the old country—including the “Terror-antella,” “The Chop Top of Carsoli” and more. This boo-some twosome pulls out all the pit stops with Haul-O-Ween décor and tons of be-hitching fun.
Bite into delicious Halloween treats
This is not a trick! The resort is filled with enchanting treats that will satisfy every sweet tooth. Sink your fangs into a poison skull apple to skele-brate the Halloween season. This treat is located at various shops throughout the resort, including Candy Palace and Hunny Spot in Disneyland park, Trolley Treats and Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff at Disney California Adventure park and Marceline’s Confectionary at the Downtown Disney District. At Alien Pizza Planet in Disneyland park, teens can suck all the flavor out of the Vampire Alien Macaron with lemon filling. Also, it’s time for pumpkin spice and everything nice! At Disney California Adventure park, teens will find a Pumpkin Spice Churro rolled in pumpkin spice sugar at Willie’s Churros near Buena Vista Street and a Pumpkin Spice Milkshake at Flo’s V8 Café
Strut your stuff with Halloween-themed merchandise
It is time to show your Halloween spirit with seasonal accessories—from ears to spirit jerseys. Teens can also don a Mickey Mouse Halloween Glow Necklace. Other favorites include a spooky twist of classic Mickey and Minnie ears with “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.”-themed headbands.
Stroll Buena Vista Street for spellbinding photo moments
As Disney California Adventure park transforms for the howl-iday, find the Headless Horseman perched on Buena Vista Street. Take a selfie with this classic Halloween character; your social media followers will lose their heads! At night, the setting transforms with clouds of bats swarming and other marvelously menacing projections that light up Carthay Circle’s bell tower.
End the night with “Halloween Screams”
Rally your friends and enjoy the supernatural projection and special effects show “Halloween Screams” at Disneyland park. This nighttime spectacular adds to the spooky fun of the season and is hosted by “Master of Scare-omonies” Jack Skellington. On weekend nights, “Halloween Screams” will go sky high as the show lights up the night with fireworks
Whether you want spell-abrate the season with scary selfie moments or honk around Cars Land for Haul-O-Ween, there is something for every teen during Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort!
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