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Doom Buggies carry guests on a tour of the mansion, through the spooky hallways to the spirited ballroom, the ghastly garret to the ghostly graveyard.

On the far side of New Orleans Square sits an old antebellum Southern mansion. The queue winds around the grounds and past the family cemetery before entering the front doors of the mansion.

An impassive Cast Member will usher you into one of two octagonal rooms, and instruct you to proceed to the dead center of the room.

They were moved to their present location in 1967 when the new Tommorrowland was unveiled. Bill Evans, Disneyland's head landscape architect for many years, thought that they would suit the Mansion's landscaping. His idea was perfect because cypresses often symbolize death.

Finally, after nearly a decade of construction, the Haunted Mansion opened its doors to the public on August 9th, 1969.

Opening poster   1969 Carnation poster   Attraction poster   concept art
Fun Facts
Queue Details
Pet Cemetary
Stretching Room
Portrait Corridor
Load Area
Endless Hallway
Corridor of Doors
Séance Circle
Grand Hall
Little Leota
Haunted Mansion plaque


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