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Disneyland Resort’s Festival of Holidays takes place between November 10, 2016 through January 8, 2017. So, there’s still time to take part in this merry celebration. If you enjoy delicious food and fun, this is definitely something you must do if you plan on taking a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth.
When it comes to the Holiday Season, nothing brings back memories faster than the sight, smell and taste of food. Think to when you were a child. Remember that magical fragrance of fresh baked cookies? Think deeply now, imagine back to when you took a bite. If you’re like me, it was the best sensation ever! Disneyland Resort has worked hard to bring a sense of this magic to the Disney California Adventure park through their Festival of Holidays event. [Read more…]
Official Disney Press Release:
Halloween Thrills Also Include New ‘Frightfully Fun Parade’ at Mickey’s Halloween Party, Plus Haunted Mansion Holiday and
Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy
ANAHEIM, Calif. (Aug. 30, 2016) –Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort offers two new reasons for guests to visit this year––a special celebration at The Twilight Zone™ Tower of Terror with a chance to “drop in” like never before, and the debut of the “Frightfully Fun Parade” at Mickey’s Halloween Party, a separate-ticket event. The parade features some popular Disney villains and a procession of grim, grinning ghosts, while The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow appears for the first time at Mickey’s Halloween Party.
Those treats add to the family-friendly thrills, popular seasonal attractions and spooky decor that make Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort so magical. The season runs from Friday, Sept. 9, through Monday, Oct. 31, offering the popular Haunted Mansion Holiday and Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy attractions, themed foods and merchandise, plus spirited decor that features a giant Mickey Mouse jack-‘o-lantern on Main Street, U.S.A.
With parking currently a mess and very limited at Disneyland, it’s nice to see that Disney is finally taking some action. The plan is to build a new transportation hub, a new parking structure similar to Mickey and Friends, and a pedestrian bridge that will go over Harbor Blvd. Not only does this increase parking for the Disneyland Resort, it will also help the traffic flow on Harbor Blvd. With Star Wars Land coming, this will help bring more people in with less hassle.
This is welcome news and the Orange County Register has more info and a video explaining Disney’s plans.
As the Disney Parks blog announced the end of the Main Street Electrical Parade for Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, they also announced that the popular nighttime parade will return to Disneyland for a limited time.
On the same post the Disney Parks Blog also confirmed that, “Paint the Night” will return during the holidays on select nights. Paint the Night is scheduled to go down on September 5th.
Here is the full blog post.