Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Holiday Decorations at Disneyland


Holiday Decorations at Disneyland



Late September Disneyland was filled with yellow, brown and orange decorations with some black and white tossed in on the side. But wait! There’s more!







On Main Street USA the buildings are festooned with orange, yellow and brown bunting. Pumpkins are all over the place from the second story windows to the display windows. Display windows have beautiful fall displays with leaves and other items that remind you of the season.

New Orleans Square had the Cajun touch to the decor with black garland adorned with Skeleton heads.



Frontierland had orange and black ‘garland’ along with an area housing a display and picture spot for the Day of the Dead. Also over in Big Thunder Ranch there is lots of spooky fun! The friendly cabin is now home to Jack-o-lantern headed scarecrows. Fall colors festoon the area. In the Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree location you have Billy Hill and the ‘Haunted’ Hillbillies show along with a carnival and a tent where you can Conjure a Villain!








In Tomorrowland a spectral Galactic Ghost has taken over Space Mountain and turned it into Ghost Galaxy! This is a spooky ride not for the faint of heart! A Galactic Ghost chases you as you twist and turn through space!


The most unique and fun transformation is in New Orleans Square. The Haunted Mansion is taken over by Jack Skellington and crew! The outside is a crazy mix of Halloween decorations with pumpkins and Christmas décor! There is a Jack-o-lantern headed scarecrow dressed as Santa Claus in front of the stately Mansion. Is it Halloween or Christmas?

Mid October things started to change in the park yet again. Some Christmas décor started creeping into the Halloween mix.

On Main Street Sleeping Beauties Castle has been covered in snow! More is yet to come! This is just the start of the transformation to the Holiday Castle display. In New Orleans Square some of the larger Christmas decorations have started to appear around the area. This area is beautifully decorated at Christmas and I can see it will take weeks to get all of the decorations up.




I love being in the parks at this time of year. The more you come the more you see the little changes as the park is changed into a Holiday Wonderland. As fun as the Halloween decorations are to see I an always in awe of the Christmas decor.


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