Tower of Terror Cake Gallery

These fan-made cakes (plus one official Disney cake) pay tribute to our favorite haunted hotel! Browse our Tower of Terror cake gallery and be inspired… or spooked. 🙂

This tower of fondant and sugar made by Amanda Oakleaf Cakes in Boston, MA, is so incredibly detailed, I can hardly believe it’s a cake!


Cake can do that? Hollywood Studios Tower of Terror cake by Amanda Oakleaf Cakes.  (Her cake gallery is to die for, don’t miss the R2D2 cake.)

This Tower-inspired cake features a spooked-out bride and groom atop a topsy-turvey stack of bellhop hats, luggage, elevator dials, and old roses. The broken elevator wires are a nice touch.


Tower of Terror cake by The Cake Factory.

homemade Tower of Terror cake

This one’s my very own homemade Tower of Terror cake! (Can you tell I’m not a professional cake decorator? 🙂 )

Tower of Terror Paper Model – DCA Version

Some crafty folks have constructed their own miniature Tower of Terrors using nothing but paper, glue, and a ton of patience and talent!   This page showcases paper models of the DCA Tower of Terror. offers a completely free paper model “kit” of the Disney California Adventure Tower of Terror.  All you need is a color ink printer and cartridge, 33 sheets of paper (or cardstock), rubber cement, and an X-acto knife.  (Or print it in greyscale for an authentic Twilight Zone throwback 🙂 )

YouTube user J-Maester N shows off his completed Tower in the video below.  The amount of detail in this thing is incredible. Skip to :39 to see his paper model.

Free Tower of Terror paper model kit – DCA version is from 

Minecraft Tower of Terror Models & Videos

I’ve been kind of avoiding Minecraft, being both easily addicted to addicting things and short on free time. But then I found several Minecraft Tower of Terror recreations and my jaw dropped through my keyboard. These Minecraft Tower of Terror recreations are amazing! I picked a few of the best and linked ’em here for your enjoyment.

First up is TwistaaGaming’s awesome Minecraft Tower of Terror. Don’t miss the cube ghosts around 1:40. He even built the gift shop.

TwistaaGaming also built a beautiful replica of the Tokyo DisneySea Tower of Terror, complete with the unique preshow elements.

Another Minecraft artisan, GenLawrence, re-created the TOT preshow video using Minecraft elements, with eerie attention to detail.

IPyrrHaX16’s video might be 20 minutes long (and in French), but it’s incredible.   He built the outside (looks amazing, by the way), the Library video room, even the numbers you stand on while waiting to board the elevator.  The ride experience itself falls a little flat without the ghosts, but drop, even though it’s in Minecraft, manages to be almost as thrilling as the real ride thanks in part to the sound effects.


Okay, wow.

This TOT Minecraft video by Team WDW is more of a set than a functional Minecraft ride (if the comments are to be believed), but the attention to detail is a treat to watch.

And finally, this video by McMagic depicts the entire ride experience (including the pre-show) in great detail using only Minecraft pieces.