According to the calendar, fall doesn’t start for about another week, but Disney World isn’t waiting until then to get into the spirit!
Although Disney World’s fall celebrations won’t officially start until tomorrow, we’ve already spotted some decor in Magic Kingdom and we couldn’t be happier!
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party may be canceled this year, but that doesn’t mean that Disney World won’t be celebrating fall and all things spooky! We’re already seen TONS of pumpkin flavored treats and some smaller fall decorations popping up around Disney World.
Disney recently announced all kinds of fall fun that would be coming soon. But, it seems fall has come early to Magic Kingdom! As we walked around today, we spotted all kinds of beautiful fall decorations on Main Street, U.S.A.
We are loving the fall decor at Magic Kingdom! 🍁 pic.twitter.com/mPNCEgeJbj
— AJ Wolfe (@DisneyFoodBlog) September 14, 2020
All we need to make this moment even more perfect is a pumpkin spice latte.
The decorations really captured the colors and textures of fall with the flowers and leaves used.
We also spotted some more decor at Town Square Theatre.
It was absolutely magical to see Magic Kingdom all dressed up for the season.
The wreaths at Town Square Theatre had some beautiful orange bows in the center and more flowers that were simply perfect for the season.
Over by Tony’s Town Square, we found some more fall decorations.
You’ll just fall in love with the mix of greens, yellows, oranges, and purples on these decorations.
As we made our way further down Main Street, U.S.A. we also saw some decorations by the Main Street Confectionary.
They really popped against the blue in the background.
It was wonderful to Magic Kingdom really getting into the fall spirit. This is only the beginning of the decorations that will be up in Disney World though — we can’t wait to see the rest once it’s all in place! We’ll keep our eyes out for more pumpkin spice treats and fall fun around Disney World. Stay tuned for all the latest!
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