I may be 27, but Disney will forever hold a special place in my heart. You are never too old to fully embrace and enjoy some Disney Magic!
I am so happy and grateful to have been able to experience Halloween time at Disneyland Paris with my future husband and closest friends this year… and it was everything I expected and so much more!
First of all, we managed to conquer the whole of Disneyland in one singular day… it was extremely tiring and our feet felt like they were on fire by the end of it, but it was 100% worth the pain!
We started the day at the Walt Studio Park and went to grab a photo pass to capture all of our memories throughout the day and then headed straight for Tower of Terror… I forgot just how fun (and fast) this ride was! After this we grabbed a drink and a Groot shaped cookie before heading to Avengers Assemble ride – This one shook my brain about a lot, but it was still super fun!
Then we found ourselves on the Ratatouille 3D ride, which was very cute and definitely a family favourite.
From here we headed over to the Disneyland Park to conquer the big thrill rides over there such as Thunder Mountain, Hyperspace Mountain, Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast, Phantom Manor and of course to see the castle!
Seeing the park all kitted out for Halloween was incredible. I remember visiting for Halloween 11-years ago with my family… and this was equally as beautiful and as magical as it was to me back then.
There were a couple more rides to do over at Walt Studios, so we headed back over there for Crush Coaster, Toy Soldier Parachute Drop and the adorable Slinky Dog ride.
During our visit we were also able to get our pictures taken with some of the characters (though some of these were quite long waits!) – We met Goofy, Tigger and Chip ‘n’ Dale.
Chip ‘n’ Dale were by far our favourite characters of the day, they were very fun and mischievous, stealing mine and Gemmas handbags because they had their faces on them!
Before we knew it, it was time for the closing firework and light display at the Sleeping Beauty Castle. Up until this point, my emotions remained at bay… but the second the light show started I could not stop the happy tears from flowing.
Disney really is the most magical place on earth and I am so incredibly lucky to have been able to experience this with my favourite people!