HalloweenTime at Disneyland is here and again, YAY!
This year is full of wonderfullness and delight with Main Street, New Orleans Square and Frontierland holding most of the Halloween decorations and themes as well as offering an assortment of super yummy eats that really do bear the need for food hoping. Which I kinda did. Kinda.
Walking down Main Street, it's hard to miss the tens of hundreds of hand carved pumpkins decorating the quaint shop windows and rooftops with a giant Mickey's pumpkin to greet you into the park.
Main Street shops have some of my favorite window displays and are constantly changing to fit the seasons and holidays. I love the little scenes and scents of Halloween emanating from the shops.
Heading into New Orleans Square, Jack Skellington has taken over a few shops and a few eateries. Tons of black garland and fun skullies hang around. Here is where we also had to have some of the first pumpkin themed noms the park is offering.
The Nightmare before Christmas overlay at the Haunted Mansion is celebrating it's 13th year and features great enhancements and 13 centric treats that are uncovered weekly. It's always something I look forward to and love every year.
The Halloween Tree is also back and as amazing as ever!
Also in Frontierland, the ranch is all decked out in Halloween goodness. The goats have on their Halloween Best, pumpkins are being carved and villeins are there for a spooky meet and greet. You can also sip cider and watch live entertainment.
Over at DCA, the Mad T Party has a wonderfully spooky T-Virus that is being dished up on weekend nights. I suggest the last set as a must as they have AMAZING covers of Time Warp and Thriller. Also, really loving the little ones in Alice and Hatter costumes that are homemade and amazing!
Just about every corner of these areas are decorated with Fall goodness and it's hands down my favorite time of year to visit my favorite place in Southern California.
HalloweenTime at Disneyland 2012!