You Can Visit This Burbank House Decked Out Like A Disney Villain’s Paradise This Month

It looks just like Halloween at Disneyland but more compact!
You Can Visit This Burbank House Decked Out Like A Disney Villain’s Paradise This Month

Halloween at Disneyland isn't happening this year as theme parks in California remain closed due to COVID-19, but some homeowners in Burbank are doing what they can to alleviate the pain.

The homeowners have extravagantly decked out the exterior of their house in what looks like a Disney villain's paradise.

We got all the big villains here: Ursula, Cruella DeVille, and Maleficent in human AND dragon form.

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We got some good guys in there too — Mickey's out front, dressed up in his wizard outfit from "Fantasia."

There's also a scene from "The Jungle Book" on display.

The house itself is even dressed up like a castle (complete with fake fireworks attached to it).

It's a whole Disneyland Halloween — just compacted into a smaller setting. 

Someone is even dressed up as Yen Sid, from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," outside, greeting onlookers.

He can be seen here gleefully gesturing to cars, seemingly asking them to beep their horns, as whimsical music plays in the background.

But, seriously, this dragon is something else.

Holiday Fantasies Come To Life House

Price: Free

When: Nightly from 6:30 pm to 11:30 pm

Address: 1505 N. Valley St. Burbank CA 91505

Why You Need To Go: It's an absolute Halloween paradise and the closest thing to a Disneyland Halloween any of us will experience this year

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