BAY LAKE, Fla. – Walt Disney World is getting into the spooky spirit a little early this year.
As part of its “Halfway to Halloween” celebration, the theme parks are rolling out some frightful foods and giving its guests a first look at some of the Halloween merchandise coming to the parks this fall.
“The first of a cauldron full of Halfway to Halloween surprises will materialize later this morning from the kitchens of Disney Parks. We’re unearthing some dreadfully delicious Halloween-inspired eats and treats at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort,” Disney said on its blog.
During the limited time event, guests can try a Sister’s Elixir hot cocoa bomb at The Ganachery, pumpkin or Frankenstein cake slices at Gideon’s Bakehouse, Hocus Pocus “Amuck” cakes at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa or grab a Mickey Mummy (available at Disney Springs) or Jack Skellington (available at Magic Kingdom) popcorn bucket.
Many of the food items are available through May 1.
Walt Disney World on Thursday shared that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party would be returning to the Magic Kingdom this fall.
To celebrate, Disney shared a first look at some of the merchandise coming to the resort this fall.
Some of the new items include a Halloween Spirit Jersey, two-piece sleep sets, Halloween Loungefly, Mickey Mouse pumpkin bubble wand lights, Oogie Boogie Minnie Mouse ear headbands, Hocus Pocus mugs or Corkcicle, and collections that celebrate the Haunted Mansion and Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies, Skeleton Dance.
Disney said many of the items will be available in the park and on ShopDisney beginning in August.
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