Halloween at Disneyland Paris – Funny or spooky?

 

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For Halloween, the Disneyland Park is getting a makeover, as a strange and spooky atmosphere creeps over the Park. For just one month, guests will be amused, spooked and surprised by Disney Characters. This Halloween season, both the goodies and the baddies at Disneyland Park, will create unique experiences for guests, making them laugh and tremble.

In all their finery, Disney Villains will meticulously prepare their most spectacular tricks to tease guests. This is their chance to take the lead, providing laughs and ghostly Moments. Mickey and friends will still be around, so expect pranks and chuckles from them this season!

FROM A JOYFULLY FUNNY ATMOSPHERE…

From 1 October to 2 November 2016, Disneyland Park will run on laughter and shivers.

Despite allowing the Disney Villains to plunge guests into a spooky world, Mickey and friends will be here to help making mischief at Disneyland Park. Mickey, along with his fellow adventurers, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Scrooge McDuck and many more will be celebrating the harvest at Mickey’s Halloween Celebration. Bursting with colour and fun, the parade is the climax of the seasonal celebration, which takes a villainous turn soon enough.

Also, to make the most of the celebration, head to the Halloween Costume Corner  to discover the costumes Daisy is showcasing for the occasion. Stitch also promises to make a few appearances to create a spectacularly mischievous Halloween for guests.

Guests can expect to meet plenty of Disney Characters for monstrously funny souvenir photos.

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TO A SIMPLY CHILLING UNIVERSE…

Then it is showtime for the Disney Villains…

Maleficent, queen of the Disney Villains will take possession of Castle Courtyard, claiming it as Maleficent’s Court . This fearsome fairy will pose beside her unnerving bramble bush: a captivating encounter for half-amused, half-frightened guests.

Maleficent’s spell will extend to Royal Castle Stage where the Disney Villains will challenge the most audacious guests to attend their show if they dare: It’s Good to Be Bad with the Disney Villains! 

Because this year, the Disney Villains have planned even more surprises for guests.

Jafar (Aladdin), Cruella de Vil (101 Dalmatians), as well as Gaston (Beauty and the Beast), the Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland), and Captain Hook (Peter Pan) will be there. The Witch from Snow White, Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and even Dr Facilier (The Princess and The Frog) will also be coming to wreak havoc.

Guests looking for a bit of adventure will also love the Park attractions, which provide thrills throughout the year. The loops of Space Mountain: Mission 2, the frightening track of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril and the delirious speeds of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith will send shivers down the spines of even the most seasoned rollercoaster fan. And for  more unusual thrills, guests will be able to venture off towards The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. This aptly named attraction will allow guests to rediscover their love of fear, as the elevator plunges them down. One thing is certain; the view is worth the detour.

AND JITTERS AMONG THE PUMPKINS…

The Halloween spirit will stretch its ghostly arms throughout Disneyland® Park, from Main Street, U.S.A.® up to Sleeping Beauty Castle. Sinister and comical, Disney’s Funky Pumpkins will oversee this transformation, amusing and intriguing guests. Meanwhile, the smiling phantoms of the former inhabitants of Main Street, U.S.A. will invite guests to pose with them, allowing them to immortalise the moment.

The most daring guests can go to Castle Courtyard, which has been taken over by an imposing bramble. Its worrying form, resembling a strange dragon, will change colour when night falls, transporting guests to a mysterious world, where they can enjoy a spooky experience.

DISNEY’S HALLOWEEN PARTY

The most daring guests at Disneyland Park can enjoy the culmination of the season, Disney’s Halloween Party 2 on 31 October 2016 until 1 am. When night falls, they will be able to continue to relish the atmosphere in the Park with fun, frights and surprises, as part of a unique and original experience at the mercy of Mickey and his friends and the tricks they have in store.

The Disney Villains will be happier than ever before, determined to provide thrills and chills.

With humour, frivolity and a healthy dose of mischief, Halloween will make guests laugh and tremble at Disneyland Paris, from 1 October to 2 November 2016.

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Halloween Soirée tickets released for sale

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Tickets for this years Disneyland Paris Halloween Soirée party being held on 31 October 2016, from 8:30 pm to 1:00 am  have been released for sale on the resorts website priced at  £34 / €45 for adults and children.

Disneyland Paris has published the following information with regards to  Halloween-themed costumes for this years event.

Information about the wearing of costumes:

Guests are exceptionally authorized to wear Halloween-themed costumes during this special evening event. However, we reserve the right, at our discretion and at any time, to prohibit certain costumes such as those which completely conceal the wearer’s face or head and/or if we consider the costume/accessories/make-up shocking or inappropriate for our younger guests and their families.

The same applies to accessories that could be considered dangerous on attractions for other Guests (e.g. long capes, sticks, weapons factitious etc.) or could affect safety or security within the Park.

As a reminder and according to the rules of the Parks, please note that the following items may not be brought into the Parks:

  • Any object or toy having the appearance of a firearm (laser gun, water gun)
  • Any mask worn by Guests of 12 years of age or older (except for medical reasons)
  • Any clothing trailing on the ground.

For safety reasons, we also reserve the right to visually inspect or use security scanning equipment on your clothing, coats and personal belongings before entry and/ or inside the Parks especially for guests wearing multi layered costumes that cover the entire body.

Guests who would like to wear a Disney Character costume commit to refrain from posing for photos and from signing autographs.