PHOTOS: New “The Nightmare Before Christmas” Snow Globe Ornaments Debut at Disneyland Park

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort
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Life’s no fun without a good scare––and a good Christmas ornament. We were filled with ghoulish delight upon spotting these new “The Nightmare Before Christmas” Ornaments in Port Royal Curios and Curiosities in Disneyland.

And what’s this? Why, these ornaments aren’t just regular Christmas ornaments. They’re mini snow globes, too!

“The Nightmare Before Christmas” Snow Globe Ornaments

Jack Skellington Ornament – $19.99

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

The King of Halloween Town wouldn’t be complete without his pumpkin.

Sally Ornament – $19.99

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

We love the nod to Sally’s potion-making skills with the addition of the basket of goodies she made for Jack.

Zero Ornament – $19.99

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

The best ghost pup deserves all the candy canes!

Oogie Boogie Ornament – $19.99

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

He might be filled with creepies and crawlies, but this Oogie Boogie ornament is probably our favorite.

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

Mayor of Halloween Town Ornament – $19.99

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

It’s like this ornament was made for the Mayor of Halloween Town and his two faces.

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

Lock, Shock, and Barrel Ornament – $19.99

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

Last but not least, we have everyone’s favorite trick or treaters in snow globe ornament form.

Nightmare Before Christmas Snowglobe Ornaments Disneyland Resort

These new snow globe ornaments have arrived just in time. Not only will Haunted Mansion Holiday be returning to Disneyland this Halloweentime, but Haunted Mansion celebrates its 50th anniversary next month. We’re in for quite the scare at Disneyland Park in the coming months.

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Ciara Trexler

Ciara has been an Annual Passholder of Disneyland Resort for over 18 years and previously worked as a Cast Member for the Walt Disney Travel Company. When she's not writing or visiting the Resort, she can be found traveling, binging Netflix, or cuddling with her cat.

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Chesley Snider
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Chesley Snider

Can you order these online

Maggie Roberts
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Maggie Roberts

Ive looked but cannot find them – have you had any luck since you posted?

Karen park
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Karen park

I love it

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Don blaka

I’m terribly sorry if this is off-topic from this post but, sense you brought up (at the very end of the article) the fact that Haunted Mansion Holiday is coming back this year & that The Haunted Mansion is going to be celebrating its 50th anniversary next month as well, it brings up the question: What will this years Gingerbread house look like? Will it pay Homage to 50th An. of the HM? or will it just be its own thing?