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For the third year running, Disneyland has brought back its popular HalloweenTime decorations, events and attractions. MousePlanet staff members Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix and Shoshana Lewin visited the resort last week and submitted these photographs. We hope they entice you to visit the park, but even if you can't make it before November 2, we hope you'll enjoy this virtual tour of Disneyland's HalloweenTime.


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"Welcome" sign at the Mickey & Friends tram loading area.
"Welcome" sign at the Mickey & Friends tram loading area.

A slightly creepy Halloween display in front of Frontierland Mercantile. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.
A slightly creepy Halloween display in front of Frontierland Mercantile. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.

Halloween merchandise abounds. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Halloween merchandise abounds. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Woody's Halloween Roundup has returned to Big Thunder Ranch. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.
Woody's Halloween Roundup has returned to Big Thunder Ranch. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.

Woody, Buzz and Zurg in window displays. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Woody, Buzz and Zurg in window displays. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Colorful bunting on the Emporium. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.
Colorful bunting on the Emporium. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.

Mickey, Goofy and Minnie appear in pumpkin form above the Main Entrance gates to Disneyland. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.
Mickey, Goofy and Minnie appear in pumpkin form above the Main Entrance gates to Disneyland. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.

Donald, Minnie and Pluto appear in pumpkin form above the Main Entrance gates to Disneyland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Donald, Minnie and Pluto appear in pumpkin form above the Main Entrance gates to Disneyland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

City Hall is decorated for the fall season. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
City Hall is decorated for the fall season. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

A closeup of City Hall shows several clever Jack-O-Lanterns. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
A close-up of City Hall shows several clever jack-o'-lanterns. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Halloween Mickey Merchandise includes light-spinners and costumed mini-plush. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Halloween Mickey merchandise includes light-spinners and costumed mini-plush. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Two different styles of trick-or-treat buckets are available. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Two different styles of trick-or-treat buckets are available. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Maleficent/Daisy and Jafar/Donald make a cute couple, don't you think? Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Don't Maleficent-Daisy and Jafar-Donald make a cute couple? Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Masque'rade Night at the Hotel Marceline. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Masque'rade Night at the Hotel Marceline. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

More cleverly-carved pumpkins on Main Street balconies. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
More cleverly carved pumpkins on Main Street balconies. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Candy corn and Jack Skellington popcorn balls to satisfy a Halloween sweet-tooth. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Candy corn and Jack Skellington popcorn balls can satisfy any Halloween sweet tooth. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Frosted Rice Krispie treats. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Frosted Rice Krispie treats. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Pumpkins carved in character faces surround the 'Partners' statue in the Hub, one for each land and starting with Tarzan for Adventureland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Pumpkins carved in character faces surround the Partners statue in the Central Plaza hub, one for each land and starting with Tarzan for Adventureland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Jack Skellington appears for New Orleans Square. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Jack Skellington appears for New Orleans Square. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Continuing around the circle, Woody is next for Frontierland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Continuing around the circle, Woody is next for Frontierland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Representing Critter Country is Winnie the Pooh in pumpkin form. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Representing Critter Country is Winnie the Pooh in pumpkin form. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Tinker Bell flits in from Fantasyland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Tinker Bell flits in from Fantasyland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Roger Rabbit represents ToonTown. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Roger Rabbit represents ToonTown. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Finally, Buzz Lightyear 'falls with style' for Tomorrowland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Finally, Buzz Lightyear 'falls with style' for Tomorrowland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

The 'Día de los Muertos' display has returned to the Zocalo in Frontierland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
The "Día de los Muertos" display has returned to the Zocalo in Frontierland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

It's a dead mans' party, who could ask for more? Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
It's a dead mans' party, who could ask for more? Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Everybody's coming, leave your body at the door. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Everybody's coming; leave your body at the door. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

The 'Bradbury Tree' in Frontierland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
The 'Bradbury Tree' in Frontierland. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Haunted Mansion Holiday's Christmas countdown clock. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Haunted Mansion Holiday's Christmas countdown clock. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Each statue at the pet cemetary outside Haunted Mansion Holiday is marked with a black-and-white bow. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Each statue at the pet cemetary outside Haunted Mansion Holiday is marked with a black-and-white bow. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Pumpkin-Mickey head caramel apples at the Critter Country candy shop. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Pumpkin-Mickey head caramel apples at the Critter Country candy shop. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Mr. Potato Head as Mr. Pumpkin Head at Big Thunder Ranch. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Mr. Potato Head as Mr. Pumpkin Head at Big Thunder Ranch. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Mike Wazowski and the Old Hag as pumpkins. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Mike Wazowski and the Old Hag as pumpkins. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

You can decorate your own 'Spooky-Kookie' cookie. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
You can decorate your own Spooky-Kookie cookie. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Small farm animals (goats and sheep) at Big Thunder Ranch. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Small farm animals (goats and sheep) at Big Thunder Ranch. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Hopping over to DCA, the CALIFORNIA letters in front of the park entrance have been turned into candy corn. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Hopping over to Disney's California Adventure, the CALIFORNIA letters in front of the park entrance have been turned into candy corn. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

More candy corn decorates the Golden Gate Bridge. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
More candy corn decorates the Golden Gate Bridge. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

This display at Candy Corn Acres shows how candy corn is grown and harvested. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
This display at Candy Corn Acres shows how candy corn is grown and harvested. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Even the California Churros cart is decorated. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Even the California Churros cart is decorated. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

Minnie is the Queen of Halloween in this lawn display visible from the Mickey & Friends tram. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.
Minnie is the Queen of Halloween in this lawn display visible from the Mickey & Friends tram. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

We hope you've enjoyed this MousePlanet photo tour of Disney's HalloweenTime. We hope this entices you to visit the parks during this season.



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Andrew Rich (@MPAndrew) has been with MousePlanet since the very beginning, mostly lurking working behind the scenes to keep everything running. He is also the emcee for MouseAdventure. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife Jennifer and three cats, runs Project Insomnia, and visits Disneyland several times a year. Andrew is currently training for the Disneyland Half Marathon and Walt Disney World Wine & Dine Half Marathon - that's right, Coast-to-Coast in the space of twelve weeks.