We know it’s fall in Magic Kingdom when all those colorful decorations appear on Main Street, U.S.A.
Disney decorates for the holidays a little bit early, but we’re not complaining. We love to see the pumpkins, wreaths, and banners go up. What we WEREN’T expecting, though, was to see some decorations come DOWN today. That’s right — a staple fall decoration was missing from Magic Kingdom today!
One of the most classic fall decorations in Disney World is the Mickey pumpkin, which you can usually find inside the fall wreaths on Main Street light posts.
But today, while we were walking down Main Street, U.S.A., we noticed that all the Mickey pumpkins were gone. They’d all been replaced by the Cinderella’s Carriage pumpkins that we spotted a few weeks ago near the Castle.
These Cinderella pumpkins are a new addition, in honor of Disney World’s 50th Anniversary Celebrations.
There’s not a Mickey pumpkin to be found in Magic Kingdom right now. You can still see some at the Toll Plaza and we will let you know if they show up elsewhere.
We’re not sure how we feel about this change. The Cinderella pumpkins are really pretty, and they’re fun to have around for the 50th Anniversary. But we’re really going to miss the iconic Mickey pumpkins! We’ll keep our fingers crossed that they reappear on Main Street next year.
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Which do you prefer: Cinderella pumpkins or Mickey pumpkins? Let us know in the comments!