Disneyland is a blast in October — especially on Mickey’s Halloween Party nights.
Check out the outrageous and awesome costumes other park guests wear.
Spotting incredible people like the Alice in Wonderland family above is part of the fun of Mickey’s Halloween Party Nights (which require a separate ticket to attend, it should be mentioned).
Ride Space Mountain — Halloween style.
“Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy” is described as taking brave souls “through a haunted section of space,” but what that really means is that the freaky-looking face in the photo above will intermittently appear as a projection in front of you, screaming and reaching out for you. Warning: You might toss your Dole whip.
Visit as many trick-or-treat stations as you can without being overwhelmed by self loathing.
There are many spots throughout the park where cast members man glorious, candy-filled carts. They also hand-out some healthy options, too, like carrots, apples, and crackers.
Check out the Dia de los Muertos display.
This cool — and colorful — display features cheerful skeletons (including the fella above rocking a stand-up bass), sugar skulls and marigolds.