September 2010. London, UK
: Get ready for Halloween mayhem as Disneyland Paris celebrates the spooky festival from 2 October to 1 November 2010! Visit the park and be immersed in Disney Halloweenmosphere during the New Generation Festival and meet the latest new generation Disney Villain, Dr Facilier, from the Walt Disney Pictures animated film The Princess and the Frog
The parks are transformed for the season and Frontierland in the Disneyland Park becomes Halloweenland
with festive décor, offering a host of eerie events, including hair-raising shows, face painting and oodles of tricks and treats. Jack Skellington and Sally from Tim Burton's Nightmare before Christmas
will captivate guests and Pumpkin People storm the park to create unique Disney style orange mischief.
The much loved Disney's Once Upon a Dream Parade
gets a Halloween twist with a brand-new float, 'Dreams of Trick or Treats'. The swamp themed float hosts Disney's new generation villain, Dr Facilier on board a ghostly boat, he's joined by other Disney favourites including Ratcliffe and Shan-Yu, the Villains from Pocahontas
and Cruella de Vil.
Pumpkin People, along with Gaston from Ratatouille
and Jafar from the Disney classic, Aladdin
hand out treats during the bewitching parade.
Several times throughout the day during the Halloween season, the central stage in the Disneyland Park plays host to a Halloween spectacular with Minnie Mouse mixing up a storm with the help of the Pumpkin People. Guest appearances from the team of Disney Villains lead by Dr Facilier turn the spectacular into a spooktacular
and a scare-a-licious Halloween celebration ensues. EXCLUSIVE DISNEY'S HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL EVENTS The most family fun... Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (£21 per person) 8, 15, 22 and 26 October 2010 from 8 to 11 pm
These one-of-a-kind events are perfect for children of all ages who just can't wait to get dressed up. Disney Characters and Villains will be there to create an exclusive and interactive experience of exciting and truly unforgettable moments. Guests can also access a number of attractions in Disneyland Park open especially for the grand occasion. The most terrifying... Terrorific Night 2* (£24 per person) 30 October 2010, from 9 pm to 1 am
Prepare to face the darkest night at the Walt Disney Studios Park. Attractions are open exclusively for clients with gruesome creatures, monstrous characters and other-worldly artists haunting the abandoned park. The most unforgettable... Disney's Halloween Party (£27 per person, free for children under 3) 31 October 2010, from 8.30 pm to 1 am
Guaranteed to be a scream and featuring a wide variety of events. Get ready for Disney's Halloween Party,
the 'deadliest' night of the year in the Disneyland Park.
VISIT DISNEYLAND FOR HALLOWEEN !
- Spooktacular street entertainment and stage shows throughout the evening
- The Disney's Fantillusion Parade led by the vicious Disney Villains, where the world of darkness meets the enchanted world in a fantastic twilight spectacular.
- A special Halloween Sound and Light Show with the fantangulous backdrop of Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Prices for a two-night three-day package including return travel with Eurostar in October 2010 start from £359 per adult, £92 per child (aged 4-6yrs) £202 per child (aged 7-11yrs). Children under 7 years old stay and play for free during the New Generation Festival (until 8th November 2010)**. The price includes two nights' accommodation with continental breakfast at Disney's Hotel Santa Fe and three day hopper tickets for the Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
For information about a family break to Disneyland Paris, call direct on 08448 008 111 or visit Disneyland® Paris