If you or your family loves the Mouse but prefer a spookier version, you need to take Disneyland’s Happiest Haunts Tour. You can the historical walking tour on any day between Sep. 6 and Oct. 31. It’s the perfect event for tweens, teens, and adults to attend.
If you were planning a trip to Disneyland this year, why not opt to do it after the summer has ended? You’ll be able to avoid the heat, get in the spirit of fall, and celebrate Halloween the Disney way!
To gain a better understanding of what will take place on the tour, you should familiarize yourself with the park, attractions, eateries, and ticket prices before you commit to going. This way, there won’t be any surprises that come up suddenly. Instead, you’ll be well-prepared for whatever happens. You’ll also be able to enjoy yourself more by worrying less.
Tour tickets are $99 plus applicable taxes for guests three years old and older. Calling for reservations is the best way to ensure that you’re able to go on the historical tour with no incident. A Disneyland representative is available to answer any questions that you have and to prepare you for your visit to the beloved theme park.
What to Expect
The 2.5-hour tour takes place rain or shine. It’s full of fun adventures, ghost stories, and even appearances by some of the Haunted Mansion’s most familiar faces. Guests receive a seasonal treat, souvenir pin, and more for taking part in the tour. It’s something that you’ll pay in addition to admission to Disneyland, so keep that in mind. The $99 only covers the tour.
Hotels Near Disneyland
Visitors to the area of Anaheim always want to know which hotels near Disneyland are the best. One option that stands out is the Hyatt House Cypress/Anaheim. It’s a modern hotel with residential-style suites, making it ideal for families. It’s within a short distance to Disneyland, which makes it easy to get to even if a vehicle isn’t available. A taxicab, shuttle, or rideshare vehicle can get you to where you need to go in the area.
The Eden Roc Inn & Suites is located just across from Disneyland. It bills itself as a budget accommodation that still offers high-quality service.
Places to Eat Outside of the Theme Park
You may not want to deal with the crowds inside of Disneyland or want to eat something entirely different than what the park has to offer. Lucky for you, there are many restaurants nearby that meet or surpass what you’d get at Disneyland.
Some of the most popular options include California Fish Grill, Sweetee Thai, Café Hero, The Loft Hawaiian Restaurant, Dragon 21, Athenian Burgers, and El Torito Mexican Grill. If you have picky eaters, or you just want something easy, there are many casual restaurants to choose from such as Wendy’s and Chili’s.