We’re back at Magic Kingdom!
We’ve been dodging a few raindrops to see what new construction, food, and merchandise updates we could spot for you since our last visit! Let’s take a look at everything that’s NEW!
Construction Update at Magic Kingdom
Main Street, U.S.A.
Once we got inside the park, we noticed more social distancing tape had been added to one side of Main Street, U.S.A.! There are now “X” markers indicating where guests should stand to watch the Character Cavalcades at safe distances from each other!
Since the social distancing markers are mostly just sticky tape, the rain tends to mess with them and they need to be retaped every now and then! We’ll keep an eye on their development and update you with any new changes we see!
TRON Lightcycle Run
Next, we checked in on the progress of Disney World’s newest major headlining attraction in the making: TRON Lightcycle Run!
Construction on the high-speed coaster seems to really be kicking into high gear! Heavy equipment and workers were making progress on the show building when we stopped by.
TRON Lightcycle Run isn’t set to open until next year during Disney World’s 50th anniversary, so it’s still a long ways away from completion, but even a little rain didn’t keep workers away!
It’s only a matter of time before we’ll be zooming along on the new ride which will closely resemble Shanghai Disneyland’s TRON Lightcycle Power Run!
The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover isn’t quite as fast as TRON Lightcycle Run will be when it opens someday, but it’s still one of Magic Kingdom’s most-beloved rides!
The attraction has yet to reopen and according to some Cast Members we spoke with, there isn’t information just yet on when we’ll be riding PeopleMover again! The attraction has been added to Disney World’s refurbishment list and doesn’t look like it will open for quite some time. We’ll continue to provide you with more updates as soon as we know more!
Food Update at Magic Kingdom
But ALAS! We noticed the Kakamora Float wasn’t showing up on Aloha Isle’s mobile order menu yesterday! Cast Members told us they ran out of the other float components but they did have the coconut soft-serve, so we got a big bowl of that instead! It cost $4.99 and it was DELICIOUS!
Since the coconut Dole Whip is our favorite part of the Kakamora Float, we didn’t mind the change, but if you have your heart set on getting the full “Kaka” experience, you’ll have to wait for them to restock their pineapple juice, and blue curacao syrup, and chocolate Kakamora cake pops! We will let ya know when they have all the goodies back in stock.
The Plaza Restaurant
Wanna party with your own Mickey Mouses-shaped cake? We noticed The Plaza Restaurant is now carrying Celebration Cakes again!
Each cake costs $35 and is available in white or milk chocolate and since they aren’t overly decorated they’re great for celebrating any special occasion!
Merchandise Update at Magic Kingdom
Our bank accounts weren’t very happy with us after yesterday’s shopping spree, but how could we go home without this new Hocus Pocus spirit jersey for $69.99?!
There was even a Thackery Binx MUG! We were truly going amuck, amuck, AMUCK!
The Halloween Snacks Loungefly backpack also caught our eye — and SWEET TOOTH!
For $75, this gorgeous bag is ALL treats and no tricks!
Just when we couldn’t take it anymore, The new Loungefly Nightmare Before Christmas Minnie ears sauntered by!
We’re going to have a tough time deciding between these cuties which cost $34.99 and the Oogie Boogie Ears that LIGHT UP!
A TON of new Halloween pins have arrived including this cute Mickey and Minnie Pumpkins set for $15.99!
Or how about this new Chip ‘n’ Dale pin for $9.99! It looks like they’re trying to divvy up their candy!
We’re in love with this new Castle pin for $9.99 which shows us what the castle would look like if it was MADE of candy!
And here’s a new Goofy pin for $9.99! He must’ve seen a ghost or something spooky!
This cute Mickey pin shows the magician pulling some magic candy out of his hat! Conjure this one into your collection for $9.99!
This Minnie pin for $9.99 is as sweet as can be! We bet she’s working on a tasty recipe!
Pluto wants in on the Halloween fun, too! He’s wearing his favorite skeleton costume on this festive pin for $9.99!
Hades was in da house yesterday! We spotted his long blazing blue locks on the Villains After Hours pin for $17.99!
The Marvel bros. Loki and Thor looked ready to throw down over some candy! You can pick up this cartoony pin for $9.99!
It looks like The Mandalorian doesn’t like to share his candy, and we can’t blame him! Nab the “Hands Off My Bounty” pin for $9.99!
Last week, we spotted a new Zero sweatshirt, and today we found the matching joggers!
Pick up the new Zero sweatpants for $44.99 to complete your Nightmare Before Christmas-themed sweatsuit!
Indiana Jones was hanging out at Magic Kingdom — in the form of this new magnet set for $17.99!
Heading deeper into the park, we almost lost our head when we saw the Haunted Mansion Bride shirt was back in stock! Pick it up for $36.99.
We also saw the new Haunted Mansion spirit jersey IRL for the first time and we were SHOOK!
The lettering on the front and back of the shirt GLOWS IN THE DARK! Grab one for $69.99.
Last but not least, the new “it’s a small world” cardholder we’d previously seen released at Disneyland Resort has finally arrived at Disney World! This little cutie can keep all your cards safe for $14.99!
Well, friends! That’s all for this installment of What’s New at Magic Kingdom — until next time! We’ll be back soon with more construction, food, and merchandise updates for you, so sit tight! Until then, check out the new Halloween window displays we spotted at Disney Springs today here!
When was your last trip to Magic Kingdom? Share some of your favorite memories from your most recent visit with us in the comments below!