Candy Guide to 2018 Holidays at Disneyland Resort

Candy Guide to 2018 Holidays at Disneyland Resort

Visions of sugarplums (and yummy holiday candy!) are dancing around the Disneyland Resort! Our Disneyland candymakers have been hard at work creating festive sweets for you. You’ll find these items through Jan. 6, 2019 at Pooh Corner and Candy Palace at Disneyland park, Trolley Treats at Disney California Adventure park, and Marceline’s Confectionery at the Downtown Disney District.

Holiday Candy Apples for Holidays at Disneyland Resort

Candy Apples

  • Mickey Santa Apple
  • Minnie Santa Apple
  • Sandy Claws Apple
  • Snowflake Apple

Santa Mickey Crispy Treat for Holidays at Disneyland Resort

Crispy Treats

  • Santa Mickey Crispy Treat
  • Mickey and Minnie Gingerbread Crispy Treat

Cake Pops

  • Chocolate Snowflake Cake Pop
  • Vanilla Jack Skellington Cake Pop
  • Vanilla Snowman Cake Pop

Peppermint Bark for Holidays at Disneyland Resort

Other Yummy Treats

  • Chocolate-Dipped Marshmallow Wand coated in Crushed Peppermint
  • Peppermint Bark
  • Peppermint Fudge
  • Churro Toffee (only at Trolley Treats at Disney California Adventure park)

Hand-Pulled Candy Canes for Holidays at Disneyland Resort

In addition, each year the Disneyland Resort features the popular hand-pulled candy canes we’ve all come to love!* These special treats are delicious and make for the perfect gift or even the perfect snack. Measuring a whopping 18 inches long, these hand-crafted peppermint sticks will be available starting Nov. 23. Here are the dates they will be offered throughout the holiday season:

Candy Palace: Nov. 23, 26, 28, 30; Dec. 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21, 24
Trolley Treats: Nov. 24, 27, 29; Dec. 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25

To learn more about all of the holiday celebrations happening around property, visit the Disneyland Resort website. And be sure to check out my Foodie Guide to 2018 Holidays at Disneyland Resort and my Foodie Guide to 2018 Festival of the Holidays at Disney California Adventure park to get all of the delicious holiday info your hungry heart could ever desire!

*Note: A limited number of candy canes will be available for each release while supplies last. Wristbands will be distributed accordingly at park opening. Wristbands are limited, available while supplies last. Limit ONE (1) wristband per guest. Wristband entitles bearer to purchase ONE (1) candy cane at designated location. Wristband must be shown at time of purchase. Information subject to restrictions and change without notice, including but not limited to release dates, prices, etc. No discounts apply. No exchanges or refunds.

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Four Fabulous Ways to Enjoy the Holidays in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort

It’s a wonderful time of the year to stroll the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort, brimming with beautiful décor, tasty treats, holiday entertainment and unique shopping options for everyone on your list! Here’s a peek!

Hoiday decor on tree, Downtown Disney District

Seasonal Décor
You’ll want to stop for selfies around the gorgeous holiday displays and horticulture throughout the Downtown Disney District. Sights to see include a total 6,200 ornaments, with 800 ornaments on the 30’ tree by the Uva Bar and 900 ornaments in each of six planters, which feature more than 50 types of flowers and ferns.

Holiday treats, found at the Downtown Disney District

Sips & Sweets
Be sure to sip and savor these sweet treats:

  • California Churro – The White Christmas Churro coated in powdered sugar with a minty flavor is a favorite!
  • Cotton Candy Creations – Enjoy seasonal Peppermint, Candy Apple and Hot Chocolate cotton candy buckets.
  • Earl of Sandwich – In addition to the popular Holiday Sandwich, enjoy the Holiday Ham-Ham with Cheddar, Yams and Cranberry Sandwich.
  • Kayla’s Cake – Christmas Snowman and Gingerbread Macarons are delicious and adorable.
  • Salt & Straw – Savor a scoop or pint of seasonal flavors like Gingerbread Cookie Dough, Peppermint Bark Mocha and Cinnamon Coconut Eggnog.
  • Starbucks – Try the Sugar Plum Cheese Danish, a Caramel Brulée Latte or pick up a pound of the Christmas Blend Espresso Roast. A second store location is coming soon to the Downtown Disney District, across from the Disneyland Monorail station.
  • Wetzel’s Pretzels – Cin-A-Bitz with Sweet Glaze are sugar, spice and very, very nice.

A capella carolers, Downtown Disney District

Entertainment
The Downtown Disney District features nightly entertainment throughout the holiday season, from the a capella carolers, Holiday Harmony, decked in “ugly” holiday sweaters to magicians and other talented artists throughout the promenade.

Holiday apparell, Downtown Disney District

Shopping

  • World of Disney – A must-visit for Disney fans is the newly reimagined, 40,000 square-foot store redesigned to make shopping even easier and more entertaining with touches of pixie dust in the displays. Be sure to check out the new Disney Parks Holiday Collection.
  • Ice-Land Workshop – Check out this spot near near The LEGO Store. For a limited time, pick out personalized holiday ornaments — a great gift idea.
  • PANDORA Jewelry – Limited-edition jewelry and special offers are available for every holiday shopper throughout the season.
  • Sanuk – This spot for cozy footwear includes Puff N Chill boots and Chiba Chill shoes.
  • Other favorite shops include Disney Home, The Disney Dress Shop, Sephora and Curl Surf.

Join us as we say hello to the holidays at the Downtown Disney District!

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What’s Brewing: Ballast Point Coming Soon to Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort

As we’ve previously announced, Ballast Point, the popular San Diego-based brewer, will open its first Orange County location in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort this fall.

The 7,000 sq. ft. family-friendly eatery will house Downtown Disney District’s first-ever on-site brewery, tasting room, kitchen and outdoor beer garden. The high-quality, award-winning beers complement its extensive selection of local, sustainable and seasonal fare – salads, small plates, flatbreads and entrees. The menu will feature its most popular dishes, such as Baja-style fish tacos and a house-made pretzel with a beer mustard, along with items exclusive to the Downtown Disney District location. Entrees can be paired with specialty beers from the extensive beer portfolio. In addition, gluten-free options, vegetarian dishes and a children’s menu will be available.

We recently visited the experts at Ballast Point in their San Diego headquarters to learn more about the art and science of their craft, as well as its quintessential Southern Californian cuisine. Take a look at what’s in store for guests of Downtown Disney District!

It’s an exciting time at the Downtown Disney District. The promenade continues to transform with the recent opening of Salt & Straw scoop shop, the newly-renovated upper level of Naples Ristorante e Bar and the reimagination of the World of Disney flagship store!

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‘Inside Disney Parks’ Holiday Show – Toy Story Land Decorations, Roller Skiers of Arendelle, World of Disney and More

The one-and-only Mickey Mouse is helping us kick off the holidays with a special episode of “Inside Disney Parks” featuring favorites of the season at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. This time, we go backstage at Magic Kingdom Park with the skilled Roller Skiers of Arendelle before dropping by the newly decorated Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Also, we take a closer look at the reimagined World of Disney stores in Downtown Disney District in California and Disney Springs in Florida and even share some new gift ideas for the holidays.

Here’s a look at some of the topics covered during the show:

  • Holidays at Toy Story Land What would Andy do to spruce up his backyard for the holidays? Walt Disney Imagineering Assistant Producer Hannah Brennan takes us on a tour of the land decorated for the holidays with cranberry-and-popcorn garland, an oversized Hamm cookie and more.
  • Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmastime Parade Disney Parks Live Entertainment Show Director Tara Anderson shares the inspiration behind the Roller Skiers at Walt Disney World Resort.
  • World of Disney Reimagined for Holidays Disney Parks Blog author Michael Ramirez visits the World of Disney at the Disneyland Resort and shows us how magic can be found throughout the store and Disney Springs Marketing and Sales Strategy Manager Darcy Clark highlights the new Mickey Mouse Club Collection and other great gifts at the Walt Disney World Resort location.
  • Mickey’s 90th Birthday Mickey Mouse co-hosts our holiday show in his new celebration outfit. Mickey’s birthday celebration will span across the globe with special in-park activations at all six Disney resorts around the world, bringing the party well into the New Year for all things Mickey Mouse. Stay tuned for more!

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Seven Sparkling Reasons to Stay at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort This Holiday Season

There’s nothing quite like the spending the holidays in the merriment and magic of Disneyland Resort – and making the most of it by staying in one of three on-property hotels. Here are seven sparkling ways you can make memories with your family and friends this holiday season, Nov. 9, 2018 – Jan. 6, 2019:

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa Christmas Tree

Christmas Trees, Décor and More: The Craftsman-inspired décor at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa extends to the holiday decorations, from natural garlands to the towering Christmas tree lit with “arts and crafts” lanterns. The midcentury Disneyland Hotel receives a retro-holiday look with silver trees and bright colors. The nautical theming at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel features blue, green and silver holiday décor—along with shells and starfish garland—to create a seaside holiday setting.

“Grand” Gingerbread House and Holiday Treats: A highlight at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is the giant gingerbread replica of the hotel, right in the lobby. Standing 7 feet tall and 12 feet wide, the structure is created from more than 600 pounds of gingerbread, 600 pounds of powdered sugar, 250 pounds of fondant, 1 pound of “pixie dust” glitter and features 25 hidden Mickeys! Nearby, you may purchase sweet treats such as Mickey snowflake cookies from the lobby’s holiday cart.

Santa Claus and Carolers: This year, Santa will visit each hotel from November 22 through December 24. Hotel guests are encouraged to meet, greet and take a seat with St. Nick! Also delightful are the joyful sounds of vocal performers and holiday carolers strolling throughout the holiday season at each resort hotel.*

Cars Land in Disney California Adventure park decorated for the Holidays

Extra Magic Hour: With easy, convenient access to both parks, guests staying at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort will make the most of their visit with Extra Magic Hour admission with their valid theme park ticket. Extra Magic Hour offers admission to a designated theme park one hour earlier than the general public, and is only available for guests who stay at a Disneyland Resort Hotel. **

Christmas in your Disneyland Resort Hotel Room

Christmas Trees Delivered In Room: Parents, you can enlist Santa’s secret helpers to bring the spirit of the season right to your hotel room, surprising the kids with a 4-foot, pre-lit Christmas tree, holiday décor and gift baskets with candy canes, gingerbread-flavored popcorn and frosted pretzels. Afterward, the family’s tree—including all the ornaments—can be shipped home.***

Holiday apparel at World of Disney in the Downtown Disney District

Holiday Shopping: Gift shops at each hotel offer unique Disney treasures. Additional shopping is just steps from the hotels at the Downtown Disney District, a destination of its own with dining, entertainment and retail options. A must-visit site for Disney fans is the newly reimagined, 40,000 square-foot World of Disney. This store was redesigned to make shopping even easier and more entertaining with touches of pixie dust in the displays and merchandise collections. Other favorite boutiques are the Disney Home store and The Disney Dress Shop, which opened in 2018. Other shopping destinations include Sephora, PANDORA Jewelry and Curl Surf.

Vacation Values: It’s a season of savings with up to 25 percent off select rooms at Hotels of the Disneyland Resort for select Sunday-Thursday nights through December 20, 2018. Guests can save up to 20 percent on standard rooms and 25 percent on premium rooms at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa; up to 15 percent on standard rooms and 20 percent on premium rooms at Disneyland Hotel, and up to 10 percent on premium rooms at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel. Book through December 16, 2018. To find out more, please visit disneylandresort.com.

The holiday festivities at the Disneyland Resort take place Nov. 9, 2018 – Jan. 6, 2019.

*Check Entertainment Guide for performance times.

** Extra Magic Hour valid for registered Disneyland® Resort Hotel Guests for admission to the designated theme park before the park opens to the general public. Check Disneyland.com for schedule of when each park offers Extra Magic Hour. Each registered hotel Guest (ages 3 and older) must have a valid theme park ticket and active hotel room key card. Applicable theme park, days and times of operation and attractions and services availability may vary and are subject to change without notice. Subject to capacity, cancellation and other restrictions.

***Additional costs apply.

Savings based on the non-discounted price for the same room at the same hotel for most Sunday through Thursday nights through 12/20/18. Book through 12/6/18; travel must be completed by 12/21/18. Premium room types included in offer are Premium, Deluxe and Woods/Garden/Courtyard rooms; select Concierge rooms; and only Paradise, Artisan, Junior and Regal suites. Not valid on previously booked rooms. Advance reservations required. Subject to availability as the number of rooms allocated for this offer is limited. Excludes applicable fees and taxes. Limit two (2) rooms per reservation, and occupancy restrictions apply per room. Not valid in combination with any other hotel discounts or offers. Subject to restrictions and change without notice. Separate Theme Park admission required to enjoy the Parks.

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Former Mouseketeers Celebrate the Opening of World of Disney in Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort

A few familiar faces joined us this morning for the grand reopening of the World of Disney store in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort. Former Mouseketeers Sharon Baird, Bobby Burgess, Tommy Cole, Cubby O’Brien and Sherry van Meter were on hand to celebrate.

The original “Mickey Mouse Club” television series debuted in 1955, just a few months after Walt Disney’s biggest project to date, Disneyland park, opened to the public. The hour-long show featured an entertaining cast of kids, also known as Mouseketeers!

New 'Mickey Mouse Club'-inspired collection is now available at the World of Disney stores at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts

As we revealed last week, a new “Mickey Mouse Club”-inspired collection is now available at the World of Disney stores at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. Mickey Mouse is featured in this classic-yet-modern collection of fashionable apparel and Mouse-themed accessories.

“It’s an honor to be a part of this wonderful opening,” said Sherry van Meter (née Alberoni). “It’s exciting, it’s so nice to see so many fans; people that the Mickey Mouse Club meant so much to. I think [the ‘Mickey Mouse Club’ collection] is terrific and beautiful. Everything is in such good taste and such good quality. I love it!”

This collection, along with an unmatched selection of other merchandise, await guests visiting World of Disney. Check out the flagship stores in Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort and Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort!

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World of Disney Reopens in Grand Style in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort

Sprinkled with pixie dust, magical moments and eye-catching collections, the World of Disney store is officially open in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort! Its sister store at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World celebrates its grand reopening tomorrow, Oct. 27.

Last week, Steven Miller provided a fantastic first glimpse of the reimagined stores. Now, let’s take a closer look! We had the chance to interview the cast members, who spent more than a year in design and development, to create this elevated shopping experience. Learn more about the wonderful World of Disney from these creative minds:

The reimagined World of Disney makes shopping easier and more fun. The transformation begins with the store’s exterior, which features new marquees and magical window displays. Inside, guests discover an open atmosphere with uniquely themed areas. Inspiration comes from Walt Disney Animation Studios and legendary animators—with sketches, artwork and posters jumping to life. Let’s not forget the shopping, which includes all the “must-have” Disney merchandise collections.

Grand redesign of World of Disney in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort

The grand redesign of World of Disney is just one of the many exciting new experiences part of the promenade-wide transformation of the Downtown Disney District. Other openings include Salt & Straw scoop shop, the newly-renovated upper level of Naples Ristorante e Bar and the upcoming debuts of Ballast Point brewery and Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes.

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First Look Inside the Reimagined World of Disney Stores

Yesterday we shared a sneak peek of two new collections arriving at the reimagined World of Disney stores in Downtown Disney District in California and Disney Springs in Florida. As the projects near completion and the locations prepare for their grand re-openings next week, we want to provide you with a first glimpse of the World of Disney store at Downtown Disney. Check out the video below!

The reimagined World of Disney stores are being transformed into contemporary, distinctly Disney retail environments. The result will inspire guests with an unmatched selection of new products in a unique, dynamic setting. In addition to improved store layouts, new design elements will make guests feel like they are in an animator’s studio, paying tribute to Disney’s rich animation history.

World of Disney reimagined in Downtown Disney District

While exploring the shop, guests will discover classic draftsman desks with character animation sketches by Disney Legends. Photographs of animators, including Walt Disney’s original animators, known as the “Nine Old Men,” are displayed on large corkboards.

World of Disney reimagined in Downtown Disney District

It wouldn’t be a distinctly Disney creation without moments of Disney magic sprinkled throughout the shop. While guests have to wait until the grand reveal to experience the magic for themselves, these immersive surprises will spotlight classic Disney storytelling in new ways.

World of Disney reimagined in Downtown Disney District

Amid these enhancements, one thing remains the same: the unparalleled guest service provided by Disney cast members. The World of Disney cast will be sporting new looks consisting of modern-fit jeans and plaid shirts with iconic Mickey Mouse silhouettes.

Reusable merchandise bags at World of Disney

In addition to the design elements, the shops will feature a new way to bring home treasured souvenirs and memories from Disney vacations—in specially designed, reusable merchandise bags featuring classic Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck. The World of Disney stores are the first merchandise locations throughout Disney Parks to offer these bags for $1, which are also environmentally friendly—made from 80% recycled materials. They will help contribute to the company’s broader goal of significantly reducing its use of single-use plastics by mid-2019.

While both World of Disney shops are currently open for guests, the grand reopenings are slated for October 26 in Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort and October 27 in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort.

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Salt & Straw Now Open in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort

Salt & Straw is now open in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort! This scoop shop is the first in Orange County for Salt & Straw, a Portland-based, family-run ice cream company known for its “taste-provoking” flavors.

Interior shot of Salt & Straw, Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort

Co-founders and cousins Kim and Tyler Malek created Salt & Straw as a one-of-a-kind experience, encouraging guests to sample through the diverse menu and share a special moment over ice cream. Upon entering the shop, guests are greeted by Salt & Straw’s enthusiastic experts who can lead them on their tasting journey. The shop’s design features an abstract totem pole display of stacked scoops and cones, handmade sculpted lighting fixtures and red-and-white-striped exterior panels to evoke the feeling of a modern-day mercantile.

Salt & Straw ice cream offerings are handmade in small batches using local, organic and sustainable ingredients. Monthly specials showcase flavors rooted in seasonality. Guests can enjoy scoops on handmade waffle cones, with fudge and rainbow sprinkles, as well as pick up pints and cones to-go.

Head Ice Cream Maker Tyler Malek

We recently caught up with Head Ice Cream Maker Tyler Malek and got the scoop on his innovative, taste-provoking company:

What makes Salt & Straw unique?
We collaborate with artisans in each of our scoop shop communities to create distinctive flavors. We team up with chefs, artists, brewers, coffeemakers, chocolatiers and charcuteriers to craft distinct and amazing offerings. This collaboration is what makes Salt & Straw truly unique. When we create these partnerships, the flavor begins to build a life of its own with a taste profile that provokes guests to ask questions and find out more about the ingredients.

For example, we are using cream from the family-owned Scott Brothers Dairy in Southern California. Each flavor is crafted with intention to tell a story about an artisanal product such as Dandelion chocolate, Sightglass Coffee and lavender from the Central Coast Lavender Farm & Apothecary in Paso Robles, California; a peak-season ingredient from a local farm or to commemorate an occasion or holiday.

You use locally-sourced foods, seasonally. Tell us more about that:
Yes! Our creative process involves seeking out the best-tasting and highest quality seasonal and local products. When we’re looking for new ingredients, we let the local farms guide us, so our creativity is directed by our surroundings. That’s a huge benefit for our research and development process because no matter what we’re serving, we’re always using the best ingredients at that given moment in time.

What are you most passionate about?
I love taking people on a journey with our ice cream and inspiring them to start thinking about the food around them from a new perspective. We like to say our ice cream is “taste-provoking,” meaning it will not only intrigue your taste buds, but it will leave you wanting to learn more about that specific ingredient or that particular social cause we’re highlighting. We get to use our ice cream almost as a “soap box” to tell stories that we feel are important. I take that very seriously and have used our ice cream to highlight important social causes like reducing food waste, resolving childhood hunger, supporting public education, and talking about basic human rights in our communities. Honestly, ice cream gives us a platform that is incredibly powerful to talk from and it’s exciting to be able to use that power for good.

This is your first scoop shop in Orange County, Calif. What does that mean to you and what can visitors look forward to?
What also makes Salt & Straw unique is that we change our offerings monthly, debuting new seasonal menus on the first Friday of each month. This is incredible because it means every time you visit, you’ll be treated to a brand-new experience based on what is seasonal and salient at that moment. So, when you visit in August, you’ll get to take a tour of Southern California’s various farms through flavors that showcase summer vegetables. Now in October, the Spooktacular series features flavors such as The Great Candycopia and Mummy’s Pumpkin Spice Potion that celebrate the Halloween season. What you get at Salt & Straw is far from a tasting experience and more like a journey through ever-changing stories about food, art and ice cream.

The opening of Salt & Straw is part of the promenade-wide transformation at Downtown Disney District. Multiple new venues and refurbishments to dining and retail locations, including the reimagining of the World of Disney store, and openings of Ballast Point and Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes. Stay tuned and check back on the Disney Parks Blog for more updates!

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A Walk in the Park: Autumn at Disneyland Resort

I love when summer transitions to autumn at the Disneyland Resort. It’s a beautiful time of year.

I often set out to refresh our collection of Sleeping Beauty Castle photography as the seasons change. One morning I found myself on the Mark Twain Riverboat’s top-deck at sunrise and was transfixed as the sky morphed from deep blue to orange. The Matterhorn mountain became bathed in a golden glow and the sun’s rays kissed the spires of Sleeping Beauty Castle, which created a lovely rim-light effect.

Mickey Mouse Jack-o-lantern on Main Street, U.S.A.

Autumn at Disneyland Resort

With the arrival of autumn comes Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort. I think our visitors are attracted to big seasonal changes like the Mickey Mouse Jack-o-lantern on Main Street, U.S.A., but I love all of the little details, like the horticulture treatments in Town Square at Disneyland park and throughout Downtown Disney District—orange flowers and real pumpkins abound.

Sleeping Beauty Castle

I can’t wait for Sleeping Beauty Castle to be covered in snow come November, but those spires really are picturesque year-round.

Autumn at Disneyland Resort

Amidst all of the changes, the Southern California days are still warm enough to enjoy short-sleeve shirts and a scoop (or three) of ice cream.

Now is the perfect time to pack-up the family for a little fun at this magical place. We want to see ya’ real soon!

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Behind-the-Scenes: Decorating the Disneyland Resort for Halloween Time

If you’ve had a chance to visit the Disneyland Resort during Halloween Time, it’s not hard to miss the giant Mickey Mouse jack-o’-lantern on Main Street, U.S.A in Disneyland park or the eerie Headless Horseman on Buena Vista Street in Disney California Adventure park.

However, what you may not have noticed at first glance is the fine detailed décor prepared by our resort enhancement team. While working the graveyard shift, these talented tricksters transform all of the window displays along both streets into spooky Halloween-themed scenes. The team is also responsible for enhancing many of the restaurants and shops at the Disneyland Resort with touches of the seasonal spirit.

Check out the video below to get a glimpse at how we bring Halloween magic to life!

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More Food, More Fun in Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort

If you love food and fun (and who doesn’t?), this fall is a terrific time to visit the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort. The wildly popular Earl of Sandwich is now open for breakfast, lunch and dinner in its original location, serving their famous, freshly-made sandwiches, salads and wraps. Try the Original 1762 or the Full Montagu — both sandwiches which give nods to John Montagu, the Earl who invented the sandwich in 1762.

Also, every afternoon beginning at 3 p.m., a stop at the food trucks in Downtown Disney is a must! The trucks visit on a rotating basis this fall including The Habit Burger Grill, Crepes Bonaparte, Brew Wings and Mad Dumplings, to name a few.

Nightly dancing at 6pm, Downtown Disney District, Disneyland Resort

While you’re at the west end of the district, enjoy live music on the main stage beginning at 6 p.m. nightly, which is a great spot for dancing or meeting up with friends.

Throughout October, it’s Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort and Downtown Disney is in the spooky spirit with entertainment, seasonal food and beverage offers and pumpkins-a-plenty stacked in stunning displays throughout the district. Take a look!

It’s an exciting time at Downtown Disney, so stay tuned as we welcome Salt & Straw scoop shop, celebrate the reimagined World of Disney store and introduce Ballast Point brewery — all coming soon!

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Upcoming Events

  1. Miami/Brickell Festival of the Arts

    October 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - January 15, 2019 @ 6:00 pm UTC+0
  2. Comedian Gerry Dee World Comedy Tour in Naples, Florida

    November 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0
  3. Ocala Balloon Glow

    November 23 @ 5:00 pm - November 25 @ 10:00 pm UTC+0
  4. 9th Annual Shopapalooza Festival, Part 2

    November 24 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0
  5. Lake Helen Christmas Parade & Santa’s Village

    November 24 @ 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0
  6. Christmas in the Country – Lights Display, Hay Ride & Festival

    November 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+0
  7. Soul Beach: The Outdoor R&b / Jazz Concert & Comedy Show on the Water

    November 24 @ 7:30 pm - November 25 @ 1:00 am UTC+0
  8. 15th Annual X-Country Marathon, 30K, Half-Marathon & 5K

    November 25 @ 7:30 am - 2:30 pm UTC+0
  9. FREE TICKETS! Tampa Improv 11/27 Stand Up Comedy Show

    November 27 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+0
  10. FL Orchestra Happy Hour Concert – Nov 28

    November 28 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm UTC+0

Upcoming Events

  1. Miami/Brickell Festival of the Arts

    October 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - January 15, 2019 @ 6:00 pm UTC+0
  2. Comedian Gerry Dee World Comedy Tour in Naples, Florida

    November 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0
  3. Ocala Balloon Glow

    November 23 @ 5:00 pm - November 25 @ 10:00 pm UTC+0
  4. 9th Annual Shopapalooza Festival, Part 2

    November 24 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0
  5. Lake Helen Christmas Parade & Santa’s Village

    November 24 @ 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0
  6. Christmas in the Country – Lights Display, Hay Ride & Festival

    November 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+0
  7. Soul Beach: The Outdoor R&b / Jazz Concert & Comedy Show on the Water

    November 24 @ 7:30 pm - November 25 @ 1:00 am UTC+0
  8. 15th Annual X-Country Marathon, 30K, Half-Marathon & 5K

    November 25 @ 7:30 am - 2:30 pm UTC+0
  9. FREE TICKETS! Tampa Improv 11/27 Stand Up Comedy Show

    November 27 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+0
  10. FL Orchestra Happy Hour Concert – Nov 28

    November 28 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm UTC+0

Join our Fun Network

  1. Miami/Brickell Festival of the Arts

    October 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - January 15, 2019 @ 6:00 pm UTC+0
  2. Comedian Gerry Dee World Comedy Tour in Naples, Florida

    November 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0
  3. Ocala Balloon Glow

    November 23 @ 5:00 pm - November 25 @ 10:00 pm UTC+0
  4. 9th Annual Shopapalooza Festival, Part 2

    November 24 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0
  5. Lake Helen Christmas Parade & Santa’s Village

    November 24 @ 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0
  6. Christmas in the Country – Lights Display, Hay Ride & Festival

    November 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+0
  7. Soul Beach: The Outdoor R&b / Jazz Concert & Comedy Show on the Water

    November 24 @ 7:30 pm - November 25 @ 1:00 am UTC+0
  8. 15th Annual X-Country Marathon, 30K, Half-Marathon & 5K

    November 25 @ 7:30 am - 2:30 pm UTC+0
  9. FREE TICKETS! Tampa Improv 11/27 Stand Up Comedy Show

    November 27 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+0
  10. FL Orchestra Happy Hour Concert – Nov 28

    November 28 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm UTC+0