This fall, enjoy the spooky fun and entertainment in store at Shanghai Disney Resort with the return of the Halloween season.
From now through Nov. 4, guests can experience special parties, mysterious events, Halloween-themed snacks, decorations and more, with a few not-so-scary surprises to spread the Halloween magic across the entire resort.
Villains, ghost pirates, and spooky surprises
Shanghai Disney Resort is welcoming guests this Halloween season with decorations like Disney character Jack-O-Lanterns, colorful buntings and banners, and more.
As the sun sets, guests can see Mickey’s Halloween Treat Cavalcade and watch as Mickey and Minnie make their way across Shanghai Disneyland, dressed in their Halloween best. The duo is followed by a crew of Disney villains, including Dr. Facilier, Maleficent, Hades, and the Queen of Hearts. Duffy and his friends have also joined in on the fun, wearing their own Halloween costumes for some festive fun.
When guests visit Shipwreck Shore in Treasure Cove, they will find themselves surrounded by fog and encounter more ghost pirates than ever before. At the Pepsi E-Stage in Tomorrowland, guests can also see a brand-new show, the “This Is Halloween!” Dance Party. This new dance party features a DJ, music, and appearances from Jack Skellington and Sally from Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” who play interactive games with guests.
Dress in your Halloween Best
Halloween is the perfect excuse to play dress-up, and this year, guests are encouraged to wear their favorite Halloween costume to the park.
An area near Sweethearts Confectionary on Mickey Avenue is the face-painting hub for the season, where guests can pay to receive special Halloween-themed face paints. A full line of Halloween-themed dress-up items is also available at Avenue M Arcade to help guests of all ages immerse themselves in the spooky atmosphere.
Guests can see and take photos Mickey and his pals in their favorite Halloween costumes along Mickey Avenue. Children under 16 are invited to join in on trick-or-treating at the resort hotels from Oct. 29 – Nov. 2, and throughout Disneytown at the World of Disney Store, the Walt Disney Grand Theatre, Mickey’s Playground, and other select locations.
Festive menus deliver a spooky taste of Halloween
Throughout the season, Shanghai Disney Resort is offering an extensive menu that includes Halloween Mickey blueberry muffins, Halloween Duffy pumpkin cupcakes, and StellaLou Halloween glowing cups, just to name a few.
The Royal Banquet Hall is serving up fall flavors like Halloween crab cakes with mango salsa, and beef cheek rending in mini pumpkins. Popcorn buckets featuring StellaLou are also picture-perfect items this fall.
Last year’s popular black bun burger has returned to Stargazer Grill this fall, with an updated recipe that’ll satisfy any stomach. Also back by popular demand is the resort’s Halloween cotton candy, a perfect treat for on-the-go snacking.
Starting Oct. 13, guests can even enjoy a Halloween-themed buffet with family and friends at Lumiére’s Kitchen, where they’ll be immersed in an enchanting Halloween environment.
Stylish products perfect for the spirit of Halloween
Guests of all ages can enjoy a variety of Halloween-themed merchandise, including plush toys, mugs, and pins featuring Jack and Sally, as well as a popular Halloween Mickey and Minnie collection featuring Minnie in a witch’s hat with an orange bow and purple ribbons.
Guests can also find this year’s new Halloween Duffy and Friends collection, featuring StellaLou Halloween headbands, Duffy and Friends plush and key chains, and limited-edition pins developed exclusively for the Resort.
A wicked celebration in Disneytown and the resort hotels
This year, Halloween magic has made its way to Disneytown and the two resort hotels – Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and Toy Story Hotel. Every weekend from now through Nov. 1, as well as on Oct. 30-31, guests can join in on a series of wicked dance parties with surprise appearances from Mickey and Minnie. In addition to the parties, guests can enjoy Halloween DIY workshops and treats, as well as Halloween surprises around every corner.
From Oct. 1, every weekend brunch at Lumiére’s Kitchen and dinner in Sunnyside Café will give kids dining with their families the chance to dress like junior chefs and make Halloween-themed cupcakes guided by hotel chefs.
To learn more about all the Halloween fun this fall at Shanghai Disney Resort, visit ShanghaiDisneyResort.com/en.