Halloweentime 2007 At Disneyland Resort
Disneyland has brought back its popular HalloweenTime, which it unveiled in 2006, in a bigger version than last year. MousePlanet staff member David Perry visited the Resort on Saturday September 22nd and submitted these photographs. We hope they entice you to visit the park, but even if you can't make it in time, we hope you'll enjoy this virtual tour of Disneyland's HalloweenTime.
You can click on each of the photos to see a larger version in a new browser window. All photos by David Perry.
A Mickey pumpkin poster on a Disneyland Resort ticket booth invites you to Treat yourself to a year of smiles.
Above Disneyland's entrance gates are pumpkin-ized versions of the Fab Five, with Pluto...
... Mickey ...
... Goofy ...
... Minnie ...
... and Donald.
HalloweenTime signs, banners and decorations adorn light poles in Disneyland's Entry Plaza.
Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere, including these over the Castle Timepieces shop on Main Street.
What do you get when you cross Pooh with a pumpkin? A Poompkin, perhaps.
This harvest display can be found outside the Pioneer Mercantile in Frontierland.
A close-up of the lovely Frontierland harvest display.
Every Disneyland photo tour must include a duck picture. It's the law.
A spooky Jack-O-Lantern at Haunted Mansion Holiday.
Jack-O-Lantern snowman atop a New Orleans Square light pole.
The star of Haunted Mansion Holiday, Jack Skellington keeps an eye on the queue entrance.
Someone seems to have messed up the code for their countdown clock.
A haunted wreath adorns the balcony railing of the Haunted Mansion.
The hearse in the Haunted Mansion queue is decorated for Halloween.
Even the pets get into the act.
Jack Skellington, the Nightmare Before Christmas Haunted Mansion, and Chickapin Hill in the background.
This photo was taken at 3:00 p.m. and shows a 1:45 Fastpass return, or a 35-minute standby wait.
Look carefully at the center pumpkin in this display above Main Street.
At the center of Town Square is this giant Mickey pumpkin. Check back in a few months for a huge Christmas tree.
Disney's horticultural artists strike again: a Jack-O-Lantern made of flowers.
This palm tree in DCA's Sunshine Plaza is bearing unusual fruit.
Candy corn dangling from the Golden Gate Bridge spells out "HalloweenTime."
Ever wonder where candy corn comes from? Visit Candy Corn Acres, in DCA's Sunshine Plaza, and find out.
This windmill powers the candy corn farming operation.
Once harvested, candy corn kernels are stored in a silo.
Candy corn grows well in DCA's fertile soil.
Winner of the "World's Largest Candy Corn" competition. But who took that bite?
The California Churro cart is covered with candy corn.
"Golden Dreams" has undergone its annual overlay to "Golden Screams."
We hope you've enjoyed this MousePlanet photo tour of Disney's HalloweenTime. Once again, great thanks to David Perry for his photographs.