Disney offers a first look at ‘Haunted Mansion Parlor’ coming to Disney Treasure

Disney Cruise Line has shared a first look at the Haunted Mansion Parlor coming to the Disney Treasure in 2024 — including the infamous “Donald Duck chair.”

The one-of-a-kind experience will invite guests 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,” Disney said in a news release.

Disney also revealed a “custom musical arrangement inspired by the attraction’s original score arranged and adapted by composer Shruti Kumar and Walt Disney Imagineering” will be featured in the new space.

“It will set the stage for an ever-escalating anthology of illusions that immerses guests into the mysterious lore of the Haunted Mansion,” Disney said.

The Disney Treasure is set to debut in December 2024.

The lounge will include “tributes” from the attraction, including the iconic purple wallpaper and “distinctive purple armchair tucked in the corner” — better known to Disney Parks fans as the “Donald Duck” chair.

Disney says “legendary characters from Haunted Mansion attractions from around the world” will come out to socialize in the new space.

In a blog post, Disney said the design of the Haunted Mansion Parlor “will resemble a first-class drawing room of a classic cruise liner from the golden age, invoking inspiration from the original Haunted Mansion with a nautical twist.”

Disney also released details about drinks and merchandise that will be available in the new space on the Treasure:

Deliciously Chilling Drinks

  • Blood orange and sour cherry flavors will harmonize in a shimmering zero proof cocktail served in a specialty mug aptly titled, Sympathetic Libations.
  • The Ghoulish Delight will be an ube-flavored treat that everyone will be able to enjoy. The drink, with hints of sweetness and nuttiness, will incorporate decadent ube fudge, oat milk and tapioca pearls in a purple concoction garnished with a gummy eyeball and ube glitter.
  • A spooky twist on a classic margarita, presented to guests amidst a swirl of flavored smoke, will be another signature drink at the Haunted Mansion Parlor. Topped with a lemon salt foam, this tequila-based cocktail will contain a secret message, only to be revealed by black light.

Mysterious Merchandise

The new bar venue will introduce an exclusive array of haunted homewares and spooky souvenirs to the shops onboard the Disney Treasure:

  • The Haunted Mansion Parlor Music Box will be a keepsake inspired by the eerie music box that will play a melodic soundtrack inside the Haunted Mansion Parlor.  As the rumors go, this mysterious box belonged to the captain’s bride-to-be and only opens in the presence of malevolent spirits.
  • Honoring the memorable grandfather clock seen in the original Disney Parks attraction, the Haunted Parlor Mantle Clock will loom over the fireplace inside the venue, instigating mysterious happenings when it strikes 13. As a part of the new merchandise collection, Disney Cruise Line guests will be able to bring home their very own mantle clock, just like the one from the parlor.
  • Featuring the same octopus design from the bar’s entrance onboard the Disney Treasure, the Haunted Mansion Parlor Sculpted Mug will depict an aura of intrigue and will be accented with a variety of sea life, including a hidden Mickey Mouse-shaped barnacle.
  • The Haunted Mansion Parlor Mirror will allow guests to take home a piece of the magic, offering a ghoulish surprise to unsuspecting users when the hitchhiking ghosts mysteriously appear.

Earlier this month, Disney Cruise Line announced the Disney Treasure will also debut a new Broadway-style production: “Disney The Tale of Moana.” The show will be exclusive to the Treasure.

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