Halloween @ DLR

For years I’ve wished that Disneyland/DLR would have the sort of Halloween excitement that is available at WDW.  I was going to come on here and cry, "Eureka! We’ve finally got it!" and then I saw the photos in the post below from Paris, and I still feel slighted. 

However, it was fun.  The claims that Disneyland Resort made regarding the new vigor with which they tackled the haunting holiday were mostly on target, although the comparisons to Christmas spirit fell a bit short.

That said, Christmas was apparently waiting in the wings and started rolling out shortly after the gates closed on October.  November 1st greeted us with candy canes where once were candy corn.  The season will become official on Nov. 10th.

Also, there are two new attractions at Disneyland, a Jedi training activity and a Princess Fairy Festival, both being added as part of the "Million Dreams" campaign.  Speaking of which, we won a "Dream Fast Pass" that allowed us entry onto a handful of rides at both parks.  Unfortunately, almost all were rides too big for the kids.  Still, it’s cool to win!

More photos after the break.


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1 thought on “Halloween @ DLR”

  1. Disney is a dangerous place to go.. My wife and I were attacked by 3 Orange county Cops July 23,2005. These are cops Disney hires to patrol their parks.. My wife and I did nothing wrong. The cops in Central Florida are out of control and corrupt.I needed the surveillance video to show what the cop did because one cop grabbed my wife and stopped her from getting witnesses??Walt Disney World told my lawyer they couldn’t find any video?? I say Disney is lying. And so does everybody else. Why would Disney protect these criminals?? Could it be money?? Shame on Disney prtecting criminal cops and helping to hang a innocent man!! I was 59 and my wife 55 and fighting cancer.. Will God Bless America..I hate Disney for what they done to my sick wife and me.. Thanks Ron

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