Not all Disneyland traditions have deep roots at the park. Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) has only been celebrated since 2007. But the event that centers around the Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante in Frontierland during Halloween Time has quickly become a favorite. The spirited tribute to the Mexican holiday honoring the dead, features cheerful skeletons and brightly colored altars with marigolds and sugar skulls. Guests even get their faces painted and enjoy festive traditional music during the celebration.
Take a look at Dia de los Muertos celebrations in this video from Disneyland, then go see it for yourself now through October 31!