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Visiting Disneyland Paris During Halloween Season

This post has been updated for 2021 including all the attractions for the 2021 Halloween Festival. 

Halloween season is lots of fun and even more special if you are heading to Disneyland Paris. We really enjoyed visiting during Halloween and there are lots of tricks and treats to enjoy at the hotels and the parks to keep you busy. If you are planning a trip this Halloween season then I've gathered some information to make the most of your visit. 

Happy Halloween Sign at Disneyland Paris

Disney's Halloween festival is back in 2021 and begins on the 1st October right up until 7th November. 

Disneyland Park

I'm Walking Right Down The Middle Of Main Street, USA
From the moment you head in to the park you will be greeted with pumpkins and Halloween decorations as they line the streets with tricks and treats ready to pop up anywhere to give you a spooky surprise.

Main Street is one of our favourite places to take photographs as it is always decorated perfectly for the Halloween season. There will be lots of Mickey pumpkins, ghosts and ghouls ready to be snapped. 

The decorations and music at Disneyland Paris really add to your whole experience and they do it so well.

Disneyland Paris



Pumpkin at Disneyland Paris
Maleficent at Disneyland Paris
Spot A Villain
Halloween brings out the villains and you will definitely spot a few of your favourites. Halloween season is the only time you can spot some of the villains so you won't want to miss them.

Maleficent will be lurking around Sleeping Beauty's Castle so make sure you check out Fantasyland.

If you fancy seeing Captain Hook head to Adventureland and look out for the Jolly Roger.

Make sure you have your phones ready for a villain selfie. 

pumpkins at Disneyland Paris

Jack Skellington at Disneyland Paris
Spooky Selfies
Spotting your favourite character in their Halloween costume is such a good feeling. Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Goofy will be ready to have a selfie with you.

Little boy with Mickey at Disneyland Paris



Hollywood Studios

Who's Lurking At Hollywood Studios?
From 1 October, evil villains and other mischievous characters are invading Studio Theatre for your goosebump-inducing pleasure. A screamingly good time awaits those courageous enough to spend time in the presence of these rebellious rapscallions.

tower of terror at  Disneyland Paris


The Tower Of Terror
Welcome to the dusty remnants of the once-glamourous Hollywood Tower Hotel. Going up? Hop inside the service elevator and discover the surprises that lie on the upper floors - we’re sure you’ll fall quickly for this old Hotel’s quirky charms. Oh, and make sure you strap in, you never know what can happen in a rickety old lift.

As well as all the spooky shenanigans you can enjoy all your favourite rides. 

Opening times and ride closures are updated on the Disneyland Paris website under plan your visit so make sure you check that out before your visit so you can plan your days. 

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17 comments:

  1. I love Disneyland, I want to visit in every possible season. I haven’t yet done any of the holiday seasons but I can imagine it is even more magical than ever x

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  2. I love Disney and have always wanted to go to Disneyland Paris. Years ago we were at Disney World during this season and Halloween there (which sounds similar to what you described) was blast.

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  3. We did Disney at Halloween a couple of years ago and we loved it. Isaac now has an obsession with jack skellington

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  4. Me and my bestie went to Disneyland Paris a few years ago for Halloween specifically to see and meet Jack Skellington, we had no shame queuing up with all of the kids for our photo and signature x

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  5. Oh wow this looks and sounds like so much fun! All of the decorations are amazing, it looks like the perfect place to spend a spooktacular Halloween! x

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  6. I bet Disneyland Paris is amazing at Halloween, it is somewhere I have not been to yet but would love to go

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  7. I love how extra Disney is on the holidays and it looks like Halloween is no different! Loving the Mickey pumpkins! x

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  8. I'd love to visit at Halloween! We went in February which was pretty magical but I bet it's even more special at Halloween and Christmas.

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  9. Halloween looks like a magical time to visit Disney, I love all of the decorations!

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  10. I imagine Disney is amazing at Halloween. I’ve been to Disney at Christmas and New Year- that was a magical experience.

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  11. Looks truly magical and fun for all

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  12. It's been a long time since I've been to Disneyland - it looks like it's still a lot of fun though.

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  13. Among the many things pencilled in for future years....

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  14. Would love to visit disneyland one day my children would love it

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  15. This looks lovely and so much fun would love to take my grandson

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  16. Looks fabulous, my grandchildren would be in seventh heaven if they went

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  17. So fun loving and pleasant read.

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