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The Haunted Mansion




The Haunted Mansion 



Make yourself at “tomb sweet tomb” in the home of 999 happy haunts, where there’s “always room for one more.”


Inside, hop on a Doom Buggy to get in the “spirit” of things with your ghost host. Experience the stretching room, the seance, and meet hitchhiking ghouls as you make your way through a mansion with some scary surprises! 


You move through the library, conservatory, hallways, ballroom, attic and even graveyards. In the ballroom scene, holographic images dance around the room.  


As your doom buggy turns sideways, you pass in front of a mirror. Thanks to a little Disney magic, an eager, hitchhiking ghost appears inside each doom buggy with you, sometimes even sitting on your knee!

Hints and Tips

Haunted Mansion Hidden Mickeys


  • In the ballroom scene, check out the arrangement of a certain plate and adjoining saucers on the banquet table.
  • About half way through, there is a big spider on a web on the left side. He is wearing a red Mickey tie on his back. There are two spiders in the Mansion. The spider that has the Mickey tie on its back is the 2nd spider.
  • As your leaving the graveyard on your right is the fat lady singing. Right next to that is a tomb with a grim reaper ghost. The ghost is holding up his left arm. In that hand he is holding a Mickey head.


Haunted Mansion Tombstone Epitaphs



      Rest in peace, brother Huet. We all know you didn’t do it.

      R.I.P., good friend Gordon. Now you’ve crossed the river Jordan.

      Master Gracey laid to rest. No mourning, please, at his request. Farewell.

      At peaceful rest, he’s brother Claude. Planted here beneath this sod.

      Here lies good ol’ Fred. A great big rock fell on his head.

      Here rests Wathel R. Bender. He rode to glory on a fender.

      Dear departed brother Dave, He chased a bear into a cave.

      Here lies a man named Martin. The lights went out on this old Spartan.







An indoor ride on a doom buggy


Approx 9 minutes

Child Swap:





Seniors, Adults, Teens, Children


As this is a very popular ride it is best first thing in the morning or towards the end of the day


No flash photography or video lighting


Guests must be able to transfer from wheelchairs to board the attraction


The special effects may be frightening for younger guests