Description sheet

Park: Disneyland
Location: Frontierland

Type: Haunted house
Theme: Widow haunting her manor house
Type of attraction: Haunted scenic trail

Popularity: 
My recommendation: A must


Age: Children, Teens, Adults
Minimum size: No restrictions
PRM access: Wheelchair transfer essential
Pregnant women: Not recommended for pregnant women


Disney Premier Access: Yes
Single Rider: No
PhotoPass: No

Presentation of the attraction

Phantom Manor is an iconic attraction located in Frontierland, Disneyland Paris. It offers visitors the experience of exploring a haunted mansion full of mysteries and mild scares. The attraction is a unique version of the famous “Haunted Mansion” found in other Disney parks, with a plot and atmosphere all its own.

The story of Phantom Manor revolves around a bride named Melanie Ravenswood, whose fiancés mysteriously disappear because of the ghost of a man known as Phantom. Visitors are invited to explore the abandoned mansion, discover its tragic history and meet its ghostly inhabitants.

The tour begins with an elevator ride where visitors are greeted by the Phantom, before boarding a “Doom Buggy”, a vehicle that transports them through various scenes of the house. Special effects, animatronics and an original soundtrack create an immersive, unforgettable experience.

Among the attraction’s most memorable scenes are the ballroom full of dancing ghosts, the singing graveyard and the spooky vision of the ghost bride in the attic. Although the attraction is a little spooky, it’s designed to be enjoyed by the whole family and doesn’t generate the big thrills you’d find at a funfair, for example.

Technical data

Type of attraction: Haunted scenic park
Opening date: 1992 (park inauguration year)
Number of vehicles: 130
Vehicle speed: 3 km/h
Number of passengers per car: 2
Ride duration: 9 minutes 30
Anecdotes and secrets: The history of the attraction is linked to the history of Big Thunder Mountain and the town of Thunder Mesa.

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