It’s a great big beautiful day and we’re spending it updating you about Disney’s flagship park.
We took a stroll around Magic Kingdom yesterday to make sure that we’re not missing out on any exciting new updates. So, get ready to check out everything new in food, construction, and merchandise!
Magic Kingdom Food Updates
Liberty Square Ticket Office
Let’s start with food! The only food update we have today is that the Madame Leota Sipper is once again available inside the Liberty Square Ticket Office with a mini bottle of water instead of a fountain drink.
If you would like a fountain drink, you still need to wait in the Sleepy Hollow line. To snag the sipper, it’ll run ya $15.99!
Want to learn more about getting a Madame Leota Sipper in the Liberty Square Ticket Office? Click here!
Magic Kingdom Construction Updates
As for construction, we checked in on the progress at the Magic Kingdom entrance sign. They started painting the “M” of Magic Kingdom in the base coat. We can’t WAIT to see the finished product!
The new face masks signs that say, “Guests not properly wearing an approved mask will be asked to leave,” have been added to the digital signage around the park.
Over in Frontierland, we checked in on the construction at Tom Sawyer Island. The construction sign is still up and not much progress is visible so far.
Look! We spotted a familiar face in a sweet costume! It’s Rabbit from Winnie the Pooh dressed up as a Jack ‘o Lantern.
We also had a run-in with Captain Jack Sparrow in Adventureland which hasn’t happened too often in a reopened Disney World.
Magic Kingdom Merchandise Updates
Finally, let’s get into merchandise. At the Emporium, we noticed a new Cinderella Castle Window Decal for $9.99. This is the perfect addition to your car for your next Disney road trip.
We saw this last time we were here, but Christmas has arrived at Main Street Emporium with displays and a few walls of Christmas merchandise.
Arribas Brothers — La Princesa de Cristal
At Arribas Brothers — La Princesa de Cristal, the cart in Adventureland, we spotted some cute Christmas decorations. This spot has crystal Christmas trees that feature Disney characters. They’re not new, but we’re feeling Christmasy today! The character ones are $25 and the ones without characters are $17.
Tomorrowland Light & Power Co.
Over at Tomorrowland Light & Power Co., we spotted THREE (count ’em, three) new The Nightmare Before Christmas magnets. There’s this spooky Nightmare Before Christmas Scene Magnet…
…this dicey (LOL) Oogie Boogie Magnet…
…and this kooky Lock, Shock, and Barrel Magnet!
And that’s all that’s new in Magic Kingdom today! We sure did love seeing some sweet Disney pals, didn’t you?
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What do you think of Rabbit’s costume? Are you ready for Christmas to start? Tell us in the comments!