The Dead of Zocalo Park
It hasn't changed much over the years, but I still feel compelled to post photos of Frontierland's Día de los Muertos display in Zocalo Park, because it's a part of the Halloween Time offerings of the park. The figures and scenes show a colorful and festive version of the Halloween season, reflecting the Mexican culture and outlook on the day of the dead. Rather than a time of terror, it's a time of celebration. And this year, with the upcoming release of Pixar's Coco, centered around this holiday, this area takes on additional significance. Or at least it can be claimed to provide marketing synergy!