50 years ago today, happy haunts materialized when the Haunted Mansion opened at Disneyland. To celebrate, Walt Disney World has some 50th anniversary merchandise for sale this morning and we made it out to Magic Kingdom to see everything that was offered! From tees, ornaments, host a ghost jars, Dooney and Bourke handbags, and more, the 50th anniversary Haunted Mansion merchandise has something for everyone! Here’s a look at the merchandise as well as their prices.

Disney Parks Haunted Mansion Designer Ears – $78

The ears—designed by Disney Imagineer Kim Irvine, who is best known as the Art Director of Disneyland park and the face of Madame Leota in Haunted Mansion Holiday– are reversible, with the front featuring none other than Madame Leota herself. The headband will be available online at shopDisney.com on August 12.

50th Anniversary Ear Hat – $24.99

Dooney and Bourke Annual Passholder – $248

Dooney and Bourke Tote – $248

Dooney and Bourke Crossbody – $228

Throw – $59.99

Ornament – $16.99

Sculpted Magnet – $9.99

Doom Buggy – $19.99

Alex and Ani Bangle – $49.99

Pandora Charm Set – $130

Men’s Hooded Jacket – $49.99

Men’s T-Shirt – $34.99

Women’s T Shirt – $34.99

Host a Ghost Jars – $59.99

If you’ve ever wanted to become a caretaker to one of the Haunted Mansion’s 999 restless spirits, consider procuring a Host A Ghost! With a ghostly giggle and a simple tap on these jars, Madame Leota will conjure your spirit to materialize for you. Choose from a selection of dearly departed souls, including Constance Hatchaway, Professor Phineas Plump, The Hatbox Ghost, among others. Organist Victor Geist is an Annual Passholder Exclusive!

Madame Leota Funko Pop – $19.99

2 COMMENTS

  1. Here’s the sad part, because haunted mansion anniversary items are just exclusive to the parks, the price on sites like eBay and such have doubled the price. Making people like me who really want one , and can’t get to the park, out of luck! Shame on you Disney!!!

    • Glenn, the merchandise is exclusive to the park to promote park attendance, which also promotes the hotels, restaurants, etc. It is all about marketing, so yes, unfortunately someone not willing to visit the parks is out of luck. I am sure Disney probably looks at the shame more on you for being a “fan” yet refusing to take part in the 50th.

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