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During Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort, brace yourself for eerie encounters with spooky star fields and menacing meteors. From September 9 through October 31, Space Mountain will be overtaken by an ominous and powerful phantom force bent on your destruction.
Flight of Fright
As the universe’s newest explorer, you’ve been recruited to investigate a creepy cosmic phenomenon within the darkest regions of Space Mountain. But when your starship becomes mysteriously possessed by something sinister, your voyage takes an unexpected detour into a shadowy realm—an uncharted galaxy where haunted star clusters, supernatural supernovas and spine-tingling phenomena threaten you at every turn.
Bumps in the Dark
Dip and careen past spectral stars and scary satellites during your spirited space ride in the dark. Shiver and shudder amid the inky blackness—glowing apparitions reaching out in all directions to grab you. Behold ghoulish orbs of light, howling comets and materializing meteors. And shriek in fear inside a wicked wormhole—piercing screams, ghostly music and inhuman sounds echoing all around.
Will you make it back to Earth… or will the phantoms of Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy haunt you forever?
Before you creep inside, Space Station 77 has been experiencing abnormal readings from its planetary probes. Be sure to take a moment to inspect the dome’s exterior for evidence of paranormal activity—undulating lights, ghastly projections and chilling acoustics—that could signal a more otherworldly ride than you ever imagined.
Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy may be frightening to children. Because this attraction features ghostly characters in the dark, some of the scenes may contain some mildly disturbing subject matter.
Space Mountain makes the leap to hyperspace as Star Wars invades the classic high-speed, outer space adventure—returning November 3, 2016.
Spirit away for some spooky fun—thrilling attractions, entertainment and more—from September 9 through October 31.