The Haunted Mansion Parlor will invite patrons to partake in the next chapter of the Haunted Mansion, focused on the story of a jovial captain who entered the ghostly realm after a disastrous dinner with his beloved fiancé. A custom musical arrangement inspired by the attraction’s original score, arranged and adapted by composer Shruti Kumar and Walt Disney Imagineering, will set the stage for an escalating anthology of illusions.
Legendary characters from Haunted Mansion attractions at Disney Parks around the world, as well as new seafaring arrivals, will come out to socialize in mysterious ways throughout the experience. The venue will follow the nostalgic art style of the original 1969 Disney Parks classic and, true to the original attraction, the Haunted Mansion Parlor will blend humor with Disney’s spooky storytelling.
Reminiscent of a classic ocean liner's first-class drawing room
The Haunted Mansion Parlor's design will be reminiscent of a first-class drawing room from the classic ocean liners of the golden age, invoking inspiration from the original Haunted Mansion with a nautical twist. The lounge will include tributes to the Disney Parks attraction, from the iconic purple wallpaper framed by wooden finishes to a mantel clock atop a fireplace to a purple armchair tucked in the corner.
Patrons will also encounter a few new ghoulish faces in a portrait gallery depicting Disney Treasure’s own ghostly residents.
Among the drinks is a blood orange and sour cherry zero proof cocktail served in a specialty mug titled Sympathetic Libations. The Ghoulish Delight is an ube-flavored treat with hints of sweetness and nuttiness, incorporating ube fudge, oat milk and tapioca pearls in a purple concoction garnished with a gummy eyeball and ube glitter.
Another signature drink is spooky twist on a classic margarita, presented amid a swirl of flavored smoke. Topped with a lemon salt foam, this tequila-based cocktail will contain a secret message, only to be revealed by black light.
Disney Treasure's new bar inspired haunted homewares and spooky souvenirs for the ship's shops. Among them: a music box, a mantle clock, a mug featuring the same octopus design from the bar’s entrance and a mirror with a ghoulish surprise.
Disney Treasure is set to debut from Port Canaveral in December 2024.