Walt Disney World has announced new (and old) Haunted Mansion treats that will be available throughout the resort this weekend in honor of the new film, now in theaters. These items will presumably only be available for a limited time, but exact dates were not announced.
Haunted Mansion Food & Beverage
Playful Spirits Margarita featuring Patron Silver Tequila with a Fess Parker Big Easy Red Floater and Mickey-shaped Caretakers Beignets dusted with Cookies and Cream Powdered Sugar and a ghoulish Marshmallow Crème drizzle. Both can be found inside Scat Cat’s Club at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Push Pop with a Chocolate Tombstone at Sleepy Hollow inside Magic Kingdom Park.
Happy Haunts Shake at Columbia Harbor House inside Magic Kingdom Park: Blackberry shake topped with purple chocolate-glazed doughnut covered with black sprinkles. Read our review of this returning Haunted Mansion milkshake.
Haunted Mansion Portrait Bars at The Ganachery inside Disney Springs: Chocolate Ganache Bars with edible image. Bar Flavors: pistachio, salted caramel, chipotle, passion fruit. These bars will be available through October 31.
Which of these Haunted Mansion treats are you most excited to try? Let us know in the comments.
Check out new Haunted Mansion merchandise:
- New Haunted Mansion Apparel, Kitchenware, Madame Leota Book Box, and More at Walt Disney World
- Glow-in-the-Dark Madame Leota Loungefly Mini Backpack Arrives at Walt Disney World
- New Haunted Mansion Blazer, Madame Leota Wig & Cape, Glowing Bride Veil Debut at Walt Disney World
New ‘Haunted Mansion’ Movie
July 28 marks the release of the new “Haunted Mansion” film. It features a star-studded cast including Rosario Dawson, Owen Wilson, LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Danny DeVito, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Jared Leto. Dawson portrays Gabbie, who moves into the Haunted Mansion with her son, Travis. They call in Owen Wilson’s priest, Kent, as well as other experts to help take care of their ghost problem. Curtis and Leto portray Madame Leota and the Hatbox Ghost respectively.
“Haunted Mansion” is directed by Justin Simien from a screenplay by Katie Dippold. It’s produced by Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich. It’s the second attempt to adapt the classic ride into a film, following the poorly received 2003 “The Haunted Mansion” directed by Rob Minkoff and starring Eddie Murphy.
The Haunted Mansion
The original Haunted Mansion opened in 1969 as part of the New Orleans Square expansion in Disneyland. Two years later, it was an opening day attraction in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom. It was also an opening day attraction at Tokyo Disneyland in 1983.
Phantom Manor is a version of the Haunted Mansion with its own original backstory at Disneyland Paris.
In Hong Kong Disneyland, guests can enjoy Mystic Manor. This ride is inspired by Haunted Mansion but is ultimately a completely different attraction that avoids references to the afterlife out of respect to Chinese traditions.
The famous Hatbox Ghost will be coming to the Haunted Mansion at Magic Kingdom later this year. This ghost was part of Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion on opening day, but his effect could not be supported by 1960s technology. He was removed after a few weeks and only returned nearly 50 years later in 2015.