Fall Favorite Celebrations at Disneyland Resort: Highlights for Fall Festivities Fans

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Between the warm colors of fall, spellbinding fun of Halloween Time and the lively celebrations at Plaza de la Familia, there is an abundance of seasonal fun to savor at Disneyland Resort beginning Sept. 2, 2022. Halloween Time creeps throughout the resort through Oct. 31, 2022, and guests can honor the traditions of Día de los Muertos at Plaza de la Familia through Nov. 2, 2022. For fall enthusiasts seeking the full experience, here’s a handful of highlights:

  1. Experience unique Halloween attractions: Over at Disney California Adventure Park, Mater’s Graveyard JamBOOree, Luigi’s Honkin’ Haul-O-Ween and Guardians of the Galaxy – Monsters After Dark (beginning in the late afternoons each day during Halloween Time) possess a Halloween twist! At Haunted Mansion Holiday in Disneyland Park, Jack Skellington wrecks the halls with frightfully festive décor.
  2. Be surrounded by villainous visions during Halloween Screams: Featuring ghostly projection effects and haunting tunes, the seasonal nighttime spectacular is presented nightly at Disneyland – accompanied by fireworks on select evenings.
  3. Admire the Día de los Muertos display at Disneyland Park: A colorful photo opportunity, the display features marigolds and banners of papel picado, along with two traditional “ofrendas,” sugar skulls known as “calaveras” and an iconic figure of La Catrina. The nearby Rancho del Zócalo Restaurante offers delicious Mexican cuisine year-round.
  4. Honor a loved one at the Memory Wall in Plaza de la Familia: A tribute to the traditions of Día de los Muertos, Disney California Adventure guests can share remembrance notes honoring loved ones who have been – and will forever be − part of their lives.
  5. Sample fare with fall flavors: Dining locations across Disneyland Resort offer limited-time menu items garnished with seasonal décor or highlighting special flavors. The pumpkin cold brew is like autumn in a cup!
  6. Autumn décor throughout the resort: Disneyland Resort is decked out in beautiful fall oranges, reds and yellows. In addition to the parks, Downtown Disney District gets into the spirit of the season with more than 5,000 plants and fall foliage placed throughout the promenade, and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa will display a chocolate sculpture of Oogie Boogie from “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.”


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Haunted Mansion Holiday inspired by “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.”