The Antebellum Mansion is the titular location of the original Haunted Mansion.
Located in New Orleans Square on Esplenade street, this mansion is built in the antebellum style of architecture which would mean that it was built around the late 18th century or the early 19th century. Through the gateway of the mansion there is a small family cemetery located on a berm above a series of crypts. Closer to the front of the mansion there is a pet cemetery, sundial and white hearse whith no driver or horse. Located at the back of the estate is a large cemetery which can only be accessed via the house itself, or by a flooded mausoleum located outside the mansion's grounds.
Known Rooms in Mansion:
- The Foyer: A Funeral Parlor-Usque room.
- The Portrait Gallery: An octagonal room decorated with four portraits of some of the mansion's residents as they appeared in their "corruptible, mortal state".
- The Cupola: The Cupola is where the Ghost Host hung himself to death and still holds his rotting skeleton.
- The Portrait Corridor:
- The Conservatory:
- The Endless Hallway:
- The Corridor of Doors:
- The Séance Chamber:
- The Great Hall:
- The Attic: The Mansion's Attic is the home of the ghost of the Victorian gold digging serial killer, Constance Hatchaway aka the Black Widow Bride who married and subsequently murdered five wealthy men for their inheritance. The attic is filled with souvenirs and mementos from her life of crime including a piano being played by a Shadow Pianist.
- The Attic Balcony: An old derelicte balcony with a broken railing that is where the Hatbox Ghost is found, standing alongside a collection of five Hatboxes.
- 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.