We’re waving goodbye to the holidays in Disney World, so what’s next?
We took a trip around Magic Kingdom to see what’s going on in the aftermath of the Christmas season. We spotted a bunch of new stuff swooping in in the post-holiday lull, but there are some Christmas items still clinging on too! Check out everything new in Magic Kingdom today in food, construction, and merchandise!
Magic Kingdom Food Updates
Main Street U.S.A.
First off, we headed to Main Street Bakery to get our caffeine fix for the day and boy, were we in luck! There are not one but TWO seasonal beverages now available at this Starbucks location and one of them is brand new! We tried out the Almond Milk Honey Flat White and thought it was pretty tasty.
And guess what! The fan-favorite Smoked Butterscotch is back as well!
The Olaf’s Frozen Hot Chocolate Cake is still around too — for now! We’re thinking this guy won’t be in the pastry case for long so hurry over if you still want to give it a try!
It’s the first week of a new month so we stopped by Casey’s Corner to check for a monthly hot dog, but it looks like they don’t have one just yet.
Over in Adventureland, we made our way to Aloha Isle for the best news of our whole day. The Kakamora Float is now an all-day treat! YESSSSS! We love this dessert and we love the coconut Dole Whip by itself so we’re pretty happy to see that this treat is sticking around.
For those who aren’t big fans of coconut, the Cherry Pistachio Dole Whip is still available too!
We noticed that Popcorn Carts around the park still had the Mickey and Minnie Happy Holiday Buckets…
…but Dessert Cases in Magic Kingdom are no longer selling any of the holiday cupcakes or crispy rice treats.
Magic Kingdom Construction Updates
Main Street U.S.A.
Moving on to construction updates, Christmas decorations are still up on Main Street U.S.A. but they could come down any day now!
There’s a big attraction closure in Frontierland but it isn’t too surprising. That’s right, Splash Mountain is officially down for its yearly refurbishment. You should expect to see this popular water ride open back up on February 28, though this has the potential to change.
At least you can stay dry in the park until then!
We spotted this new sign near the Liberty Tree and the location for Great Moments in American History presented by The Muppets. We’re not too sure what it means, but we’re hoping it means we don’t have to say goodbye to our Muppet pals just yet.
As always, we’re checking in on construction on the Tron Coaster, if you look closely you can see that super windy interior track! We’re pumped for TRON Lightcycle Run to open in the next one or two years.
Magic Kingdom Merchandise Updates
Main Street Confectionery
Now, on to merchandise! We spotted this sweet new Keen and Cute Wall Clock at Main Street Confectionery for $49.99. It features Mickey and Minnie sharing a milkshake! How cute!
Main Street Emporium
And there’s a TON of new merch at Main Street Emporium. For instance, there are three new Alex and Ani bracelets for $44.99 each. There’s this romantic Mickey and Minnie Teacup one…
…this classic Cinderella Castle bracelet…
…and this adorable Prince Charming Regal Carrousel bracelet! If you nab them all you’ll have a super stylish way to rep Fantasyland.
There was also a funky new-to-us clothing line featuring some colorful designs. Check out this Tie-Dye Sweatshirt for $49.99…
…these matching Tie-Dye Sweatpants for $44.99…
…this Multicolor Hoodie with a serious retro vibe for $54.99…
… and this comfy Red Sweatshirt for $49.99.
We also noticed this Star Wars Reverse Spirit Jersey that’s new-to-us and probably showed up with the new reverse trend in Spirit Jerseys. Make it yours for $54.99.
If you’re looking for something a little more villainous, express your disdain for those poor unfortunate souls with this Ursula Shirt for $24.99.
And as part of the new “Park Life” line of merch, there are these four cute new mini dioramas for $16.99 each. This one features Cinderella Castle and Dumbo as a tribute to Magic Kingdom.
The Epcot one celebrates Figment, Test Track, and Spaceship Earth.
Get frightened with the Hollywood Studios diorama showing Tower of Terror, Star Wars ships, and Maleficent in dragon form!
And check out the sweet Expedition Everest and Tree of Life on the Animal Kingdom piece.
You can also get the same art style representing all four parks in a Snow Globe for $16.99. Plus, when you shake it little Mickey confetti falls!
There’s some updated packaging on these $14.99 Solid Color MagicBands in light blue and lavender.
And we love these adorable Shoelace Charms for $9.99 with charms for Fantasyland…
…and Minnie Mouse!
Over in Frontierland, we saw some new merch at the Briar Patch. There are some cute new Character Hair Clips for $9.99, also available at Main Street Emporium. How purrrfect are these Marie ones?
And there are these colorful Rainbow Unicorn ones too!
We also noticed some new Splash Mountain merch to hold us over until the attraction is back up. We spotted a Tank Top that changes when it gets wet! Neat-o! Check it out for $34.99.
There’s also this Splash Mountain Hoodie for $49.99.
It’s got a super cute Bre’r Rabbit design on the back!
And lastly, we saw this stellar new-to-us Star Wars Spirit Jersey at Star Traders…
…aaaand, of course, it has the iconic Star Wars text on the back! This one goes for $64.99!
There you have it! That’s everything new in food, construction, and merchandise in Magic Kingdom. Check back soon for more updates!
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