By Savannah Salazar
Halloween time is in full swing, and in both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort, there is frightful fun to be had no matter where you go! The parks and hotels are filled with Halloween treats and so is Disney Springs in Florida and the Downtown Disney District in California!
From special dining experiences such as WonderFall Flavors at Disney Springs—a limited-time celebration running through November 4—to plenty of shopping, Halloween-themed entertainment and boo-tiful décor, there’s something for everyone at Disney Springs and Downtown Disney this season.
Kick off the autumn season with WonderFall Flavors at Disney Springs featuring a new host of seasonally inspired eats! Celebrate your favorite fall flavors with everything from harvest tacos and pumpkin desserts to hard ciders and autumn-inspired cocktails. Over at Downtown Disney are even more delightful treats with specialty eats at six food locations. From Sprinkles’ pumpkin cupcakes and their seasonal Boo Box—filled with an assortment of spooky good cupcakes—to Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes’ Halloween CrazyShake and bewitching themed caramel apples at Marceline’s Confectionery. It’s all too ghoul to resist!
If you’re looking for a splash of spooky home décor and apparel, be sure to check out the World of Disney at both Disney Springs and Downtown Disney. Plus, don’t miss the frightfully fun selection of costumes and accessories for Halloween and get your newly purchased ghostly goodies personalized at Disney’s Days of Christmas and Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories at Disney Springs.
Looking for eerie entertainment? The Zombie Drum Corps is returning to Disney Springs on October 18-31. Plus, snap a group photo in front of Halloween-inspired backdrops at the Disney PhotoPass® Studio, located at the Marketplace.
In the Downtown Disney District, look out for the Halloween planters featuring over 2,500 pumpkins and 1,900 gourds—quite the picturesque backdrop. And, on Wednesday and Friday nights, check out the hauntingly entertaining ScareOLers all throughout October for a good scare-ol.