Spooky Goings On This Halloween at Disneyland Paris

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Spooky Goings On This Halloween at Disneyland Paris
Don't miss out on these spookalicious Halloween activities this month...
Halloween celebrations started yesterday (October 1st) at Disneyland Paris – here’s everything you can expect if you’re visiting between now and November 5th…

There are two delightful and dastardly celebrations taking centre stage this month at Disneyland Paris: Disney’s Halloween Festival and Goofy’s Skeletoon Street Party. Kicking off with Disney’s Halloween Festival, prepare for some ‘chillingly cheerful’ encounters with some of the most infamous Disney Villains including the Mistress of All Evil herself, Maleficent. You can even head over to Briar Brush at the Castle Courtyard to be bewitched by the lady herself in a spooky Halloween Character meet and greet experience.  


Maleficent Disneyland Paris


If that wasn’t enough, make sure there’s space in your itinerary to catch the Mickey’s Halloween Tricycle Gang procession; a colourful, deliciously spooky parade filled with all your favourite characters in their Halloween costumes. Mickey leads the way as he takes him and his famous friends out on ‘tricked out’ tricycles followed by the mischievous Captain Hook who you know has got some tricks up his sleeve to really get this Halloween Party started!

New for this year is Goofy’s Skeletoon Street Party, which will bewitch visitors in the Frontierland area of the Disneyland Park. Our friend Goofy will be joined by smiling skeletons, scarecrows, street dancers and dragon ladies – all the characters you need for a spook-tacular parade! This colourful autumnal party will also feature hypnotic music and incredible new costumes so you won’t want to miss it.


Goofy Disneyland Paris Halloween


That’s not the only exciting Halloween theming coming to Frontierland – the whole area will be decked out in spooky decorations including beautiful carved pumpkins, seasonal flowers and ‘dead-fun’ artefacts! If you look hard enough, you’ll even find Daisy Duck delighting (or frightening!) the crowds in her witch costume.


Pumpkins at Disneyland Paris


If you’re lucky enough to be visiting the park on the big day itself, October 31st, don’t miss the extra spooky Halloween Party, which kicks off at 8:30pm and lasts until 1am. This is a separately ticketed event, with tickets priced at just £37, and means you’ll have extra time to enjoy all the Halloween fun at the park plus some extra exclusive events. Don’t miss the star attraction: The Disney Villains taking centre stage for a show-stopping extravaganza that is guaranteed to send shivers down your spine! You’ll also have the opportunity to ride select attractions after dark and to meet some of your favourite characters in their special Halloween costumes away from the day crowds.

Remember, there are some events for Halloween that are included in your regular park admission! But, if you want to add the cherry to the top of your Halloween Disneyland Paris extravaganza, make sure you buy tickets for the Halloween Party – there are limited spaces so it’s sure to be a sell-out event!

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