Location: Disneyland Resort 1313 S. Disneyland Drive Anaheim, CA 92802
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Description: The Magic Kingdom become the Tragic Kingdom for the Halloween season, with en emphasis on tricks-and-treats. This year’s special events include Mickey’s Halloween Party (at Disneyland Park), the Pirate League, the Haunted Mansion redecorated as the Nightmare Before Christmas, and other surprises.
Halloween Time Dates & Hours: September 13 through October 31, during regular park hours: 10am to 8pm on weekdays; 9am to midnight on Fridays & Saturdays; 8am to 11pm on Sundays. Note: times vary, with some dates in October offering “Extra Magic Hour and Magic Mornings.”
Mickey’s Halloween Party Dates & Hours: September 27, October 1, 4, 8, 15, 18, 21, 23, 25, 28, 30, 31. Hours are 7pm to midnight on Fridays; 6pm to 11pm on other nights.
- Halloween Time is included with general admission to Disneyland: $86 for ages 3 to 9; $92 for ages 10 and up.
- Mickey’s Halloween Party requires a separate ticket; prices range from $59 to $74 in advance, and $67 to $74 at the door, with discounts for season pass holders. The Halloween Party ticket allows admission to the Disneyland Park up to 3 hours prior to the event’s start time and complimentary parking for one vehicle; larger vehicles may require an additional fee.
From the official website:
THE PIRATE LEAGUE
- Recruits of any age can be transformed into scurvy seadogs with several Pirates League Packages. For a limited time from September 13 through October 31, 2013, veteran Pirate Masters will turn you and your crew into swashbuckling buccaneers as they apply beards, scars, eye patches and other piratical access-arrr-ries. The Pirates League is located in the Festival Arena in Frontierland at Disneyland Park.
SPECIAL TREATS AND SURPRISES
- Celebrate the season with the Haunted Mansion Holiday, brought to you by Jack Skellington, from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, and the residents of Halloween Town.
- Escape the clutches of freaky phantasms as you are launched to a haunted section of the universe on Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy.
- Drop in for ghostly encounters and hair-raising thrills at The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
- Take a spooky stroll down Main Street, U.S.A., which is transformed into a Pumpkin Festival with hundreds of hand-carved pumpkins on display—and no two alike.
- Meet some Disney villains as they are conjured up in a sideshow tent at the Halloween Carnival at Big Thunder Ranch in Frontierland.
- Create Halloween crafts and enjoy some not-so-spooky activities for kids at Halloween Carnival at Big Thunder Ranch. Plus, watch pumpkin carvers and meet some of your favorite Disney Characters in their Halloween costumes.
- Observe Dia de los Muertos with a traditional skeleton display in Frontierland.
- Show off your monster moves on the dance floor at the Mad T Party at Disney California Adventure Park, where you can dance the night away, chill out in the lounge or just take in the scene.
- Discover the thrills and chills of the Disneyland Resort on the Disney’s Happiest Haunts Tour that takes you on lively adventures through both parks.
- New in 2013! Monsters U Dance Party at Tomorrowland Terrace featuring Mike & Sulley in a spirited Monster Scare-Off.
- New in 2013! Two new locations on Mickey’s Hide and Go Treat Trails: Piratepalooza Treats and Mickey’s Toontown Treat Pre-party (Toontown open for a limited time during Mickey’s Halloween Party).
- Halloween Screams, a boo-tiful fireworks spectacular —exclusive viewing for Mickey’s Halloween Party Guests.
- Special trick-or-treat stations with candy and healthy goodies.
- Mickey’s Costume Party Cavalcade, a Halloween parade presented for Party Guests.
- Access to nearly all attractions, including all the Halloween-themed attractions such as Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy and Haunted Mansion Holiday.
- Disney Villains encounters as they prowl the grounds.
- Photo ops with popular Disney and Pixar Pals, and Disney Villains.
- Dance parties with lively music, creepy crafts and activities for the whole family, and the chance to eat, drink and be (not so) scary throughout the park.