Disneyland guests can now get a behind-the-scenes look at props from “Muppets Haunted Mansion.” The exhibit is on display at Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln on Main Street, U.S.A..
Bunting announcing The Muppets as “ghost” stars has been added to the marquee.
The new exhibit features a handful of props and set pieces.
A small round table displays props from the seance room.
Here we see the words uttered by Madame Leota… er, Madame Pigota, in the seance room.
The chair, water bottle, and crystal ball are screen-used props.
The door and unique Haunted Mansion wallpaper star The Muppets. Gonzo, Pepé, Beaker, Uncle Deadly, and Sweetums are part of the design.
Two tiny coffins — one for Gonzo, one for Pepé — are part of the display.
Each sign features a note from some of our favorite Muppets. Here, Gonzo claims that he doesn’t know the meaning of the word “fear.”
This funeral wreath, complete with wilting flowers, congratulates Gonzo.
The candelabra is inspired by the floating version found in the Haunted Mansion attraction and seen in “Muppets Haunted Mansion.”
A display case has props from the VIP hearse, including a keychain, steering wheel cover, bat head hood ornament, “2 DIE 4” vanity plate, and The Great MacGuffin’s magic trick card.
To the left of the prop exhibit, guests can watch clips from “Muppets Haunted Mansion.”
Additional props are also on display at Downtown Disney District.