Halloween 2013 at Downtown Disney
Children of all ages can enjoy a great Halloween at the Downtown Disney in October. Usually, the Halloween holiday brings a ton of great costumed children to the Downtown Disney, and gives the park area a huge amount of smiles that children enjoy. Adults always dress up in their favorite Disney costumes to make the holiday a special one for Downtown Disney area guests.
In the Downtown Disney area around the Halloween area, Disneyland makes a huge push to keep guests entertained at its theme park and throughout the Downtown Disney area. Guests are able to park for free for three hours, and can then use that time to run around the Downtown Disney area and do trick or treating with their children. The local merchants are always handing out candy to kids as they come through their stores, and the shop owners are usually dressed in their favorite costumes as well, which makes for a truly awesome Halloween experience.
It doesn’t always have to be about trick or treating through at the Downtown Disney area though, as the local restaurants will be celebrating the Halloween time as well with specials for adults and children of all ages. Dressed up patrons and guests can visit Catal Restaurant, Crossroads at the House of Blues, The ESPN Zone, La Brea Cafe, Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria, Napolini, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, Tortilla Jo’s, Tortilla Jo’s Taqueria, Uva Bar, and other restaurants to enjoy Halloween dining specials.
Guests who want to watch a favorite movie during Halloween can also visit the Downtown Disney area to enjoy a great end of October lineup from Hollywood. The end of October plans to have Gambit, Carrie, Escape Plan, Lamb of God, 12 Years a Slave, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, The Counselor, and Blue Is The Warmest Color in the theaters for guests to enjoy as well.
Sports fans during the Halloween time can also visit the ESPN Zone to enjoy their end of October baseball playoffs, NFL football, the beginning of the NBA and NFL seasons, and a number of different sports on the televisions there. Families dressed up during Halloween can play games together at the ESPN Zone and share in their favorite costumes with other restaurant patrons as well, plus see costumes of the staff there.
No matter what the reason, the Halloween 2013 season at the Downtown Disney area in Anaheim will be a great time for adults and children. Children can enjoy trick or treating with candy surprises, adults can enjoy great dining specials and music, and families together can enjoy movies, walking around, and sight seeing at the Downtown Disney area. Local Disney characters generally walk around the park at night as well, and you might even catch Mickey or Donald walking around the Downtown Disney area if you are lucky. The Halloween season is a fun holiday, and at Downtown Disney, everyone can share in a spooky good time ahead.