Hello DFB friends! We’re back to see what’s new in Disney’s Magic Kingdom since our last visit.
We strolled around the beautiful kingdom to check out the latest food, construction, and merchandise! Here we go!
Magic Kingdom Food Updates
We were concerned when we stopped by and saw these iconic snacks missing, but a Cast Member told us that both of these waffles are still available before 11AM. Phew! This is the current breakfast menu for Sleepy Hollow.
The funnel cake remains on the menu for the rest of the day along with the Sweet and Spicy Chicken Waffle and the Hand-Dipped Corn Dog!
Sleepy Hollow is one of our favorite quick-service places to grab a snack! You can check out Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square.
Magic Kingdom Construction Updates
Back in September, the Magic Kingdom entrance sign began its makeover. We have loved watching all of the progress!
More and more of the sign is transitioning from light blue to royal blue, and slowly but surely, we are seeing the “Welcome” letters get redone with metallic paint.
We can’t wait to see the finished product!
Magic Kingdom Merchandise Updates
While strolling through the Magic Kingdom’s shops, we noticed a few things in the Emporium! First up, we noticed the Magic Kingdom Starbucks Travel Mug was back in stock!
The mug features icons from the Magic Kingdom such as the castle, a bird from the Tiki Room, and Tinker Bell! You can snag this mug for $24.99.
To go along with it, Disney added the Magic Kingdom design to a mini Starbucks Travel Mug Ornament! If you are a collector of these coffee cup ornaments, you’ll want to add this one to your collection. This can be yours for $14.99.
Although we found the travel mug and ornament in the Emporium, they are both available for purchase in the Starbucks location on Main Street.
We also noticed that the Make-A-Wish Disney merchandise collection had also been restocked. This collection was made to celebrate Disney and the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s 40th anniversary of working together. What a way to celebrate!
There are SO many pieces of merch to choose from like spirit jerseys, loungeflys, Minnie ears, Crocs, and masks! All in this beautiful, royal blue color. On our last visit, we did not see the masks in stock at the Emporium, but in the afternoon we saw a whole bunch of them!
Disney has begun releasing holiday merchandise all over the parks and online. In the ornaments section of the store, we spotted this new Goofy & Max Ornament!
This one is great for any fans of A Goofy Movie! You can find this on the wall or ornaments in the Emporium.
Tomorrowland Light & Power Co.
Over in Tomorrowland, we found some new Haunted Mansion pins! Just in time for Halloween, these pins are pretty ghoulish. The first one is the circular Madame Leota Pin. We love this rendition of the beloved Haunted Mansion character! This pin is $9.99.
If you’ve always dreamed of being the Ghost Host yourself, now you can! We found the Ghost Host Pin for $9.99. The pin says “I Am Your Ghost Host” in spooky purple and green lettering.
If you are a fan of the classic Disney attraction, and want something simple to commemorate it, this Haunted Mansion Pin is perfect! This one features the ride’s iconic logo for $9.99.
We also found the ultra-spooky Haunted Mansion Bride Pin for $12.99. This one feels super eerie, and we are here for it!
Perhaps one of the scariest characters in the Haunted Mansion, the Hatbox Ghost gets its own pin! This pin sets the scene with the moon, bats, and graves behind him. You can grab this for $12.99.
Guests love Haunted Mansion merch, so grab the pins while you can!
There are certain magical parts of the parks that you can only get when you visit Disney World! And, the Disney Attractions, Souvenirs, and Snacks Pandora Charms was adorable when we saw it online a few months ago. But, now they’ve returned in the Magic Kingdom so you can take a bit of the magic with you wherever you go!
If we could eat a Mickey Bar or a Mickey Donut every day, we’d be happy campers. So, it’s a good thing you can wear the Mickey and Minnie Mouse Parks Food Charm with all your outfits for $75 (even though we’re craving something sweet now)!
It’s practically a rite of passage to grab a Mickey Balloon at least once when you’re in Disney World. And, you can fashion the Mickey Mouse Balloons Charm for $70 as you explore the parks and resorts during your next trip!
Fantasyland is one of our favorite places in the Magic Kingdom. And, the Mickey and Minnie Carrousel Pandora Charm is the sweetest accessory to wear when you head to the Prince Charming Regal Carrousel with your special someone. Plus, you can still snag it online for $75 before you go to Disney World!
Some of our fondest memories of the parks have been with our families! To show your love for all those amazing moms out there, you can give yours the adorable Mouseketeer Mom and Child Charm.
This charm is available for $75.
Magic Kingdom Entertainment Updates
Crowds have gotten to pick up in the parks a lot recently. However, the posted wait times aren’t always what they seem to be when we’ve visited attractions in the parks! During our last trip to the Magic Kingdom, we saw a bit of a busier day with the line wrapped around Carrousel twice and Splash Mountain stretching all the way to Frontierland with a 90 minute wait.
The line for Splash Mountain is stretched all the way back into Frontierland 👀 (Wait is 90 minutes) pic.twitter.com/WqgzzvcGPy
— AJ Wolfe (@DisneyFoodBlog) October 23, 2020
As we turn the corner to the holiday season, we expect crowds to be a regular thing through the rest of the year. We will continue to track wait times and crowds as we visit Disney World!
Well, that’s all for this what’s new in Magic Kingdom! We’ll catch you next time for more merchandise, food, and entertainment updates! If you’ve got any questions about your upcoming Disney vacation, let us know so we can help you find the answers.
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