October and Fall has officially arrived! Here are some not-to-be-missed Halloween fun and devilish treats available at Disney Springs this month including an adults only Halloween Party, ghoulishly good treats, and Halloween costumes and accessories.
A Halloween Soiree at The Edison, celebrating the 25th anniversary of “Disney Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
An adult-only party with themed costumes, this frightfully themed party plays homage to the Tim Burton classic. For more information click here.
The Ganachery– chocolate filled piñatas are available at the chocolatier. You can choose between Jack Skellington and Minnie Mouse Witch options. You’ll also find chocolate skulls and seasonal ganache flavors including salted caramel, orange cranberry and pumpkin spice latte.
Amorette’s Patisserie - edible works of art including the Mickey Pumpkin Macaron and Fall Harvest Petite Cake made of cinnamon and nutmeg chiffon cake layered with salted caramel mousse, cranberry cherry pate de fruit, and roasted hazelnuts.
Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant – Pumpkin Irish Coffee made with fresh espresso topped with whipped cream and paired with a pumpkin crème brûlée tart.
Starbucks – fall drink menu including the popular pumpkin spice latte and a maple pecan version as well!
Sprinkles - BOO Box filled with caramel apple cupcakes,
D-Luxe Burger- Pumpkin milkshake Autumn Smash (an elixir made with spiced rum, lemon juice, peach nectar, simple syrup and a touch of cinnamon) and a handful of hard ciders available at
Dockside Margaritas a- Autumn Smash made with spiced rum, lemon juice, peach nectar, simple syrup and a touch of cinnamon
Halloween Costumes and Accessories
The Disney Corner – a one-stop shop for kids’ costumes and select adult options including a selection of princess, pirate and super hero costumes.
DisneyStyle - apparel inspired by some of your favorite characters.
Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane dresses including the latest design featuring Sally from “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
News & Media Source: Disney Parks Blog