HalloweenTime at Disneyland 2014

| September 14, 2014 | 2 Replies

At 97 degrees outside, it sure doesn’t feel like Fall, but the Disneyland calendar says it’s HalloweenTime!

Here are some pictures from the first weekend of HalloweenTime to give you a quick look at what’s happening this season at Disneyland Park.


Halloween is alive on Main Street USA with jack-o-lanterns large and small.  My favorites are above the Mad Hatter shop.



Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy is back again this year in Tomorrowland.


With the departure of Billy Hill and the Hillbillies, there were some changes at the Big Thunder Ranch Halloween Carnival.  The Pirates League, mask parade, Conjure A Villain and pumpkin carvers are back, but new this year is a magic show and a fortune teller.

This year’s Haunted Mansion Holiday gingerbread house features an iron maiden (and a suffering gingerbread man).


Finally, Dia de los Muertos returns to Zocalo Park in Frontierland, including free face painting.

HalloweenTime continues through October 31st.

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  • Karen Chandler

    Are there any rules about children’s costumes on Halloween at Disneyland? We are taking our grandson for his 8th birthday.

    • Suzanne Fernen

      All event Guests—including adults—may dress in their favorite Halloween costume and must follow at least these guidelines.

      Costumes Should

      Be child-friendly.

      Costumes Should Not

      Be obstructive, offensive or violent.

      Drag on the ground.

      Contain sharp objects, pointed objects or materials that may accidentally strike another Guest.

      Contain any weapons which resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.


      Masks may be worn, but they must not obstruct vision and eyes must be visible at all times.

      Please Note

      Please be sure costumes meet these guidelines. If a costume cannot be modified, a Guest may be refused entry into the event.

      Guests who dress like Disney Characters may not pose for pictures or sign autographs.

      Guests of all ages may not wear a costume to a Disneyland Resort Halloween event unless they have a valid ticket to that event.