A collection of “Haunted Mansion” merchandise directly inspired by the new film has crept into Walt Disney World Resort. We found most of these items at Memento Mori, the Haunted Mansion gift shop in Magic Kingdom. The pin was at Pin Traders in Disney Springs.
Harriet’s House of Magic Keychain – $14.99
This keychain includes three charms on a bronze lobster claw clip.
The first charm is a key with a Gracey Manor shield logo on the handle. The “teeth” are the shape of the Haunted Mansion.
An eye-shaped charm reads “Harriet’s House of Magic and Intuition” with the phone number 504-555-0153. The logo is black, white, yellow, and red. Harriet is a psychic portrayed by Tiffany Haddish in the new film.
The third charm is a simple bronze “HM” logo.
Haunted Mansion Youth Tee – $26.99
This tie-dye youth shirt is black and gray, with an image of some of the ghosts as they appeared in the film on the front.
The Bride, Constance Hatchaway, is shown in a ghostly green. The Hatbox Ghost is behind her against a purple frame. A knight, gargoyle, and mariner are also pictured.
The film’s logo is on the left sleeve.
Haunted Mansion Mug – $19.99
The mug is red with the Gracey Manor shield logo pictured in front of the two Haunted Mansions. The one on the top is inspired by the Disneyland mansion and the main one in the film, while the reflection below is inspired by the Magic Kingdom mansion and another house seen in the film.
The same design from the youth shirt is pictured in black on the other side of the mug.
“HM” is in black on the inside of the mug and the handle is black.
It’s stoneware and 13 oz / 169 mL. It’s dishwasher- and microwave-safe.
Haunted Mansion Tee – $36.99
This red shirt features the same design of the Gracey Manor logo and two Haunted Mansions as the mug.
Ghostly tree branches with gravestones stretch out from behind the shield.
Haunted Mansion Ball Cap – $29.99
The ball cap is black with a red brim.
A black pleather panel on the front has a metal Gracey Manor plaque against a white crest. A chain hangs below it.
There are six black studs on the edge of the brim.
The holes around the hat are lined with red thread.
The underside of the brim is white with a red damask pattern, reminiscent of the Haunted Mansion wallpaper.
Hatbox Ghost Long-Sleeved Shirt – $44.99
This shirt has tie-dye black and white stripes.
The Hatbox Ghost is pictured in black on the front, with the Haunted Mansion set against his cloak.
Limited Release Haunted Mansion Pin – $17.99
This pin is the Gracey Manor shield logo. The center is black while the border is silver, with a demonic face at the top.
The center spins to reveal the “HM” logo.
Haunted Mansion MaDe Phone Cases – $29.99+
In MaDe kiosks throughout Walt Disney World , guests can customize phone cases, MagicBands, and more. There are two “Haunted Mansion” phone case designs, both with the film’s logo in the top right corner.
One features Tiffany Haddish’s Harriet leaning over a crystal ball. The Bride, Hatbox Ghost, the mansion, and other characters are pictured behind her.
Madame Leota, in her mortal state, is pictured in blue on the other phone case. Vines, flowers, and a skull surround her.
Personalization is an additional $5. The cases are available in various iPhone sizes.
Haunted Mansion MaDe MagicBand – $29.99+
The MagicBand can also be personalized for $5 and guests can choose the color of the band. One end features the Hatbox Ghost. The opposite end features the Bride and other ghosts.
Some of this merch is also available at Disneyland Resort.
New ‘Haunted Mansion’ Movie
The new “Haunted Mansion” film is directed by Justin Simien from a screenplay by Katie Dippold. It’s produced by Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich. It stars LaKeith Stanfield as an astrophysicist turned “paranormal expert” who assists Rosario Dawson’s Gabbie and her son Travis (Chase Dillon) when they move into the haunted house. It also features Owen Wilson, Tiffany Haddish, Danny DeVito, and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Director Guillermo del Toro was once attached to make a new “Haunted Mansion” film and even turned in a script a decade ago, but this version never came to fruition.
“Haunted Mansion” didn’t see success at the box office during its opening weekend, with moviegoers still prioritizing “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer.” Read our “Haunted Mansion” review.