In celebration of Halloween, here’s a guessing game to test your knowledge of our menagerie of autumn offerings. See how many you can guess correctly.


1. I’m at the Happy Halloween Harvest parade – a warm and homey parade, where Mickey Mouse hosts a fun Halloween Fair with pumpkin characters. Disney friends also join in the merrymaking, dressed up in Halloween costumes. What’s really cool is that this year, the parade features funny and whimsical confections made from harvested pumpkins and other vegetables, including fruit. Name the park I am currently visiting.

Tokyo Disneyland Park


2. Now, I’ve now moved on to meet Disney villains in Maleficent’s wickedly wonderful briar bush. But don’t worry; it’s not all scary. I can also feast my eyes on the cornucopia of Disney characters festooned in eye-popping autumn attire and find jolly jack-o-lanterns and ghoulish ghosts as decorations in this park.

Disneyland Resort Paris – Disneyland Park


3. Nighttime is upon us. I’m now watching a fireworks display called “Halloween Screams” – a Boo-tiful fireworks spectacular hosted by Jack Skellington, the master of “Scare-emonies?” Where did I travel to now?

Disneyland Park


4. Looks like I’m now in a place where they really do have a very scary October. Take a look at the description of the offering I’m about to experience.

This year at Disney Haunted Halloween, frightful fun is extended far and wide to the great outdoors, permeating the once thriving and bustling lands and transforming them into a Ghost Town inhabited by the long since dead.

Where am I now?

Hong Kong Disneyland


5. Phew! After all that traveling for vacation, I need a vacation! Luckily all of these offerings are in one place. Where am I that I’m able to experience all of this?

Thrills and chills await you at every turn with Halloween-themed parties, lively entertainment and elaborate décor—including an evolving Halloween Tree that eerily transforms throughout your trip. Offerings include: Mickey’s Mouse-querade Party (an atrium party scare-a-bration), Halloween-themed activities for teens and tweens and Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Sing and Scream.

On a Disney Cruise Line ship – Halloween on the High Seas

NicoleDisney Internships & Programs Communications Team