Disney California Adventure celebrates Halloween time 2023

Category: Activities, Performances, & Events
Category: Travel

For many people Halloween is more fun and exciting than Christmas. The holiday has grown in popularity over the last decades, and the folks at the Disneyland Resort have been keeping up with that trend. Every year the festivities – and food – get better and better. This year there are so many fun things to do, see, experience, and taste during the season.

Keep your eyes open for some little surprises throughout the park. Dante (from Coco) is there, and over in Cars Land all of Radiator Springs is decked out for the holiday. Check out little Mater’s costume for the season. 

Upon entering the park guests immediately see the headless horseman, plus there entirety of Disney California Adventure has tricks and treats for guests.

So, if you are a halloween lover, or just enjoy all the fun and festivities, and again I will mention the food, it’s that time of year once again to head over to Disney California Adventure. And when you’re there, please say hello to little Miguel for me. He’s absolutely adorable. 




In the video below Disneyland Resort Cast Member Arielle Harris describes the food and merchandise  (and there are plenty of new and cute items) available this Halloween 2023 season at Disney California Adventure. This is no time to count calories. There are too many tasty treats in which to indulge.

Then Esteban Valerio explains about the fun and excitement generated by the hit movie Coco. There is a tree of life where guests can write messages to their loved ones or friends. And in keeping with the Coco theme, there are mariachi bands and a musical tribute to the story complete with little Miguel.

Finally, experience the sights and sounds celebrating Coco.

Happy Halloween everyone.

About the Author

Francine Brokaw has been covering all aspects of the entertainment industry for over 30 years. She also writes about products and travel. She has been published in national and international newspapers and magazines as well as Internet websites. She has written her own book, Beyond the Red Carpet The World of Entertainment Journalists, is the entertainment correspondent for Good Day Orange County, and has her own TV show, Beyond the Red Carpet, on Village Television in Orange County. She is a longstanding member of the Television Critics Association and is accredited by the MPAA. Follow her on Twitter.