Disneyland recently announced that the Haunted Mansion starting from August 14th, the spooky and beloved attraction will be temporarily closed to pave way for the seasonal makeover - the Haunted Mansion Holiday.
The Haunted Mansion Holiday is a unique blend of the original Haunted Mansion attraction and elements from Tim Burton's classic 1993 film, "The Nightmare Before Christmas". This seasonal overlay brings together the best of both worlds, creating an immersive experience that delights visitors with its creative fusion of the eerie Haunted Mansion and the whimsical world of Jack Skellington.
Scheduled to open on September 1st, the Haunted Mansion Holiday promises to transform the familiar eerie ambience into a festive Halloween-Christmas mashup. This temporary makeover is a much-anticipated annual event, drawing fans of both the original Haunted Mansion and "The Nightmare Before Christmas". During the Haunted Mansion Holiday, guests can expect an array of enchanting changes. The original Haunted Mansion characters meet the quirky characters from "The Nightmare Before Christmas", resulting in an engaging and delightfully spooky narrative that takes you through the mansion's haunted halls and rooms.
While the mansion undergoes its transformation, fans can look forward to the return of their favorite elements from previous years, along with some new surprises. Without giving too much away, expect the mansion to be decked out in festive decor, with Jack Skellington himself making an appearance. While the temporary closure of the Haunted Mansion might be disappointing for some, the anticipation of the Haunted Mansion Holiday is sure to keep spirits high. This seasonal overlay is a testament to Disneyland's commitment to keeping the park experience fresh and exciting for all its visitors. So mark your calendars for September 1st and get ready to step into the world of Jack Skellington at the Disneyland Park!