In New Orleans Square is a 19th century antebellum mansion that was once home to a prosperous sea captain and his family. The house is now known as the Haunted Mansion, and it serves as a retirement home for 999 "happy haunts" from all over the world.
- The mansion was modeled after the (now-defunct) Shipley-Lydecker House in Baltimore, Maryland.
- Outside of the mansion is a sundial which reads "Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be", it is also decorated with the design of a winged hourglass.
- One of the porches has empty glasses and a lemonade pitcher set on a wicker table set.
- There used to be a spyglass and a barometer found on one of the second floor balconies but they were removed in 2001.
- There also used to be an empty birdcage hanging on the exterior of the house hanging from the southern porch.
- The design of Gracey Manor, the house in the 2003 film, was primarily inspired by Disneyland's mansion.
- The house in the comics, Gracey Manor, is a direct lift of the Disneyland mansion in most of the artwork.