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Disneyland Paris Frontierland Halloween Decoration Photos 2020

Hi everyone!

Two weeks ago, we posted Disneyland Paris Halloween Main Street decoration photos sent to us by our friends Martin and Michelle. Martin runs Martinsvids.net (check it out!). Usually they visit Florida in October and we are a few weeks in Paris, but due to the pandemic it didn’t work out that way. Since they live in England, they were able to head over to Disneyland Paris for a few days before a 14 day quarantine back home. Most of the other photos they sent us are of Frontierland, which also gets a lot of decorations. Disneyland Paris did a fantastic job this year, not skimping at all.

The usual decorations are at the entrance to Frontierland.

Frontierland has a variety of decorations, and the pumpkin people are favorites of mine. The photos here are from at least two days, with sunny skies but another a bit rainy. Plus I added in 4 or 5 of my own pictures from last year.

Normally these characters make great photo opportunities, but Disney has moved them around so guests won’t sit.

I still remember last year during the Disneyland Paris Half Marathon, enjoying this area first thing in the morning with almost nobody around.

The weather doesn’t look quite as blue here, but the pumpkin decorations really make the store pop.

Heading through the archway, this section of Frontierland celebrates a combination of Día de los Muertos and Halloween.

Mickey Mouse was painted a couple of years or so back, he and Minnie used to be in Central Plaza.

This is my photo from last year, showing him from the front.

Minnie is here as well.

This is a photo I took from last year.

Donald used to be in Central Plaza as well.

There are a lot of fun decorations by Cowboy Cookout, which is my favorite counter location at Disneyland Paris (when open).

There are some Halloween people/characters.

I don’t remember this area at all, with pumpkins and then scarecrow figures.

Here is a look at the Día de los Muertos decorations, which includes some “Coco” as well.


And at Fuente del Oro restaurant, “Coco” is being celebrated again.

Guitars are at the front of the restaurant. In the last few years, the Miguel puppet and his handler would be here but I don’t believe that happens in 2020.

Dante can be seen in the courtyard.

This is a photo I took last year, the area looks the same – again, Disneyland Paris just nailed the decorations.

“Coco” banners are around the area.

A large banner tells guests to “Seize Your Moment”.

The Blacksmith area has Halloween decor.

There are always ghosts here in Frontierland closer to Phantom Manor.

These used to be above the ice cream shop on Main Street.

There is also a baker above.

And here is one yearly decoration in Adventureland outside Pirates of the Caribbean.


Thank you again to Martin and Michelle for sending us the great photos! I hope to be able to get back to Disneyland Paris next Halloween Festival.