FIRST LOOK: Haunted Mansion Holiday and “it’s a small world” Holiday Pins Revealed

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas over at the Walt Disney World 2023 Magic HAP-Pins event in Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, where guests were treated with a first look at holiday pins celebrating Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion and “it’s a small world” holiday overlays.

Haunted Mansion Holiday Pins

Haunted Mansion holiday pins

A limited edition Sandy Claws Jack Skellington spinner pin will be available. It says “Haunted Mansion Holiday” on the plaque.

Jack is dressed up in his Santa disguise, and the spinner rotates to reveal different facial expressions for Jack within the frame.

This pin set features characters from Nightmare Before Christmas on separate pins. When you align the 10 holiday pins together, they form the outline of The Haunted Mansion’s facade from Disneyland.

This jumbo pin features the Mayor of Halloweentown, Santa Jack (or Sandy Claws Jack), and the Harlequin Demon posed as the hitchhiking ghosts in front of the Haunted Mansion. Zero soars overhead in front of the moon.

This pin features The Haunted Mansion Holiday logo and Santa Jack holding his head aloft to vocalize in chorus with the singing busts.

Finally, for Haunted Mansion Holiday, this limited edition pin features intricate detail. The Haunted Mansion is adorned with pumpkins and icicles, while chains hold back the festive spookiness within. Zero seems to be winning his game of chase around the front of the mansion.

“its a small world” Holiday Pins

We also spotted a few new “it’s a small world” Holiday pins on display.

This “it’s a small world” Holiday spinner pin features a gingerbread person, a drummer, and the attraction logo. The clock face is wearing a Santa hat, and the white band of the hat rotates to say a variety of seasonal greetings from around the world.

The “it’s a small world” Holiday Mystery Pin Set will be limited release, and it will feature eight pins. Each pin has a different character with a special “happy holidays” greeting in a language from that character’s native language in which their story is set. A notable variation includes Donald, who has a Yiddish “Happy Holidays” greeting. Characters on the other seven pins include Pinocchio, Miguel, Stitch, Snow White, Belle, Mulan, and Mickey Mouse.

Are you ready to ring in the season with these holiday pins, or is it too early to think about the holidays at Disneyland? Let us know in the comments.

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