Friday, October 4, 2013

Halloween At Disneyland

I visited Disneyland this week. It was all decked out for Halloween.

Lamp posts decorated for Halloween.

One of my favorite sites on Main Street.

Every shop is covered in orange and pumpkins.

Disney animal print flats. Do you see the little castles

Monsters' eyes cake pops in the Main Street candy store.

Faux eye candy on Main Street.

Side view of the Haunted Mansion.

Even the shrubbery is decorated for the season.

If you're ever at Disneyland be sure to take a ride on the
steam trains.

You'll get to see beautiful views of the grand canyon
 as well as other magnificent sites.

You may get to ride on a caboose or the Lillybelle.

Photo of the Matterhorn taken from the steam train ride.

You will meet friendly conductors like this one
who was conductor of year in 2010. He told 
us "not to feed the animals" on the ride because
"We keep them stuffed". Ha Ha

I found this delicious sugar cookie at the corner bakery.

Do you think I would leave Disneyland without a shot of these beautiful chandeliers 
in a shop on Main Street?

I'm linking with Oh, The PLACES I've Been

I found this long sleeved tee at Walmart.


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

My dear Susan, you always bring me back to my childhood memories, ALWAYS. Disneyland looks the same, with its materhorn, and the Main St......I can still see myself there as a child. AND THANK YOU for coming by to comment. Don't you just love blogging? Anita

Anonymous said...

Oh what fun, the giant MIckey pumpkin is superb, I'd love a day out there.

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

Oh boy I wish I lived close enough to go and visit! I've only been to Disneyworld and it's definitely different from Disneyland from what I can see. I like the street transportation they offer- it looks so quaint. Love the Halloween decorations- especially the Haunted House! That was one of my favorites at Disneyworld.
Thank you for sharing this!

Stephanie said...

Looks like so much fun :) The shrubbery is very pretty and I love the shoes :) Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend.


Robyn said...

Disney always knows how to do it up best! I love the Mickey pumpkins and that chandelier is divine.
Thanks for your visit today, Susan. Have a great weekend.

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

I have not been to Disney in the Fall but I was there for Christmas. They do it up right, don't they? They don't miss a beat! Fun post! Visiting from Oh the Places I've Been!

Noel Morata said...

what a fun and festive tour, they really do go Halloween crazy for the month!

Ruth Kelly said...

Looks like something for everyone. The pumpkins are very fun.

Michele (Malaysian Meanders) said...

I really like the Mickey Mouse jack-o-lantern. I like that even the shrubbery has some fall color. Disney always pays such good attention to detail.

Michelle Spieler said...

Oh Susie! Thanks for posting. You're making me homesick. I can never thank you enough for our very last Disneyland visit two years ago near Halloween. Gracie just loved it. Nothing like seeing Disney through a child's eyes. BTW, Rick looks FANTASTIC as a conductor! THAT is his look!!!!! I miss you!!!!!

Seawashed said...

Oh this makes me so happy. Thank you for sharing disneyland with us. And thank you for always visiting my blog and being kind enough to leave comments. Xo said...

How fun! I went to Disneyland when I was 9 years old and still remember it like it was yesterday ~ magical!

The Style Crone said...

My favorite photo, of course, is of the chandelier!

designchic said...

What a fun trip and a great time of year to go - love the chandelier!!

The Tablescaper said...

So fun!

Wonderful to have you at "Oh, the PLACES I have been!"

- The Tablescaper

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Oh it would be so fun to pop in every season at Disneyland! Fun to see the fall touches!

Popcorn, Pugs & Peonies said...

So jealous of your visit!! I love how festive everything is. I would not have been able to leave without owning those ballet flats!

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

I think it would be so much fun to visit Disneyland!