Fun facts about the Haunted Mansion Vacation

Fun facts about the Haunted Mansion Vacation

ANAHEIM, Calif. – During the Halloween and holiday season at Disneyland Resort, Jack Skellington destroys the halls of Disneyland Park’s Haunted Mansion with fun and macabre decor inspired by “Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas” – turning the attraction into a Haunted Mansion Vacation. In this collision of Halloween and Christmas, Jack dresses up as “Sandy Claws” and brings spooky fun to Halloween Town.

One of Jack’s holiday traditions is to leave a terrifying giant gingerbread house for the ghosts who dance around the Great Hall of the Haunted Mansion. This year’s masterpiece stands 9 feet, 13 inches tall and takes the form of a creepy shrine that traps a haunted ghost inside. The gingerbread house also uses two deceptively new creative techniques – cotton candy decorations that take the shape of a fun and spooky food ghost and artfully molded gingerbread chains.

Fun and scary facts about the Haunted Mansion Vacation

  • more than 400 flashing lumens Create a ghostly glow on the facade of the Haunted Mansion Holiday. Every night more than 100 jack lanterns Shine their ghoul light.
  • Jack Skellington and his ghost dog Zero appear in a movie Fully animated sequence On the ceiling of the “extended” room that transports guests into the depths of the palace. zero also Make Sudden manifestations Among the transformed images in the exhibition corridor.
  • For a haunted mansion vacation, Kim Irvine, Executive Creative Director, Walt Disney Imagineering, It gives a lively image of Madame Liotta, a psychic floating inside a crystal ball. Irvin’s mother, Disney Legend and longtime imagineer Leota Toombs, created the role in the classic attraction.
  • In the Séance Room, Madame Liotta’s “13 Days of Christmas” was shown 13 rotating lucky cards Which tells of Christmas presents that, as she declares, “My ogre love has given me…”
  • Each year, a team of carpenters, storytellers, pastry chefs, bakers, confectioners and art wizards collaborate to build a gingerbread house in the palace. Wonderful creation emanates The smell of delicious gingerbread All around the Great Hall, beckoning happy ghosts and humans alike.
  • The cemetery is covered with approx 7,500 square feet of snowAnd almost 1000 small orange lights Decorate the trees – making it a festive place to rest.
  • From man-eating wreaths to vampire bears, more Twenty additional animated characters “Reincarnated” as part of the Haunted Mansion Holiday transformation.


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