On Tuesday, Disney Cruise Line announced the spooktacular bar will make its debut on their newest ship, the Disney Treasure, when it sets sail in December 2024
Haunted Mansion fans can soon enjoy their favorite Disney ride in a way they never have before.
On Tuesday, Disney Cruise Line announced that ghosts and ghouls will officially be invited aboard their newest ship, the Disney Treasure, following the debut of the Haunted Mansion Parlor — an all-new bar inspired by the beloved Disney Parks attraction.
As this is the first time the ride will be making its way to the high seas, fans can expect to be fully immersed in the ghostly realm while enjoying an array of craft cocktails and other spooky beverages.
Cruisers will also enjoy live entertainment that includes music from the ride’s original score as it follows the new story of a captain who becomes a ghost after a dinner with his fiancé goes tragically wrong. Additional new characters, and beloved old ones, will even make their way into the world of the living and mingle with guests as they sip on their drinks.
The bar’s design will draw inspiration from the nostalgic attraction — such as the iconic purple wallpaper and wooden mantel clock — while giving a nod to its new nautical home. A fun display near the bar will feature the ghosts of the Disney Treasure as they look out at the guests.
As for the spirits that will be offered at the bar, cruisers can expect intricate signature drinks from the purple Ghoulish Delight to another tequila-based cocktail topped with secret black light messages.
The fun doesn’t stop at the bar’s menu and design. Fans can take a piece of the ride home with them through exclusive merch that will be offered across stores aboard the Disney Treasure. Cruisers can shop from a variety of Haunted Mansion-inspired decor, including the mantel clock, music box, sculpted mug and more.
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In September, Disney announced that exciting themes from beloved movies, like Coco and Aladdin, will also be reflected on the new ship that sets sail on Dec. 21, 2024. The ship will cruise for seven nights and depart from Port Canaveral, Florida, traveling around the Eastern Caribbean on its first voyage.
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