New THOR monster featured in upcoming #HalloweenTime ‘Guardians of the Galaxy – Monsters After Dark’

Halloween Time kicks off tomorrow at the Disneyland Resort and one of the new offerings awaiting guests is at the newly reopened Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! attraction which will have nightly transformations into a whole new experience when it becomes Guardians of the Galaxy – Monsters After Dark.

The storyline for the new adventure picks up just moments after the events of Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!, which continues throughout the season during daylight hours.

While escaping The Collector’s Fortress, the Guardians have accidentally left Groot behind, so Rocket needs your help to find and rescue his little buddy. But along with the creatures that have been accidentally released inside The Collector’s Fortress, one terrifying monster you will encounter is Surtur’s Fire Dragon, seen in the artist’s rendering above from Walt Disney Imagineering. This terrifying monster will also appear in the upcoming THOR: RAGNAROK in theaters on November 3.

Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort this year promises the return of several favorites such as Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy and Haunted Mansion Holiday at Disneyland in addition to the new offerings in DCA including the Guardians of the Galaxy: Monsters After Dark attraction plus Cars Land Haul-O-Ween decorations and attraction layovers and decorations on Buena Vista Street. Plus, in celebration of the Dia de los Muertos-themed Pixar flick COCO, a whole new celebration is also being setup at Paradise Gardens. Learn more about 2017 Disney Halloween Time here.

See it for Yourself

You can experience Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort from September 15 – November 2, 2017.

Author: Joey Inigo

I have been a part of MouseInfo.com since 2003. I enjoy visiting the Happiest Place on Earth and am happy to talk about Disney Parks all day long.

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