liberty square riverboat

PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 10/27/19 ( “The Incredibles” Edna Mode and Jack-Jack MagicBand, New Pirates Mug, Construction Updates, and More)

Hello from Magic Kingdom! It’s a hazy, humid morning, but we didn’t let that stop us from having a good time.

hazy cinderella castle magic kingdom

The castle was a bit spooky looking with the haze this morning. Just in time for Halloween!

Main Street Trolley Show

Main Street Trolley Show

The Main Street Trolley Show greeted us with all smiles as we entered the park. They definitely brightened our morning.

Incredible Edna Mode Magic Band

Edna Mode Magic Band

Edna Mode Magic Band

Our first stop was the Emporium where we found a new “The Incredibles” Edna Mode and Jack-Jack MagicBand. It even features Jack-Jack’s favorite treat, Cookie Num Nums. This sweet MagicBand can be all yours for $24.99. You can read more about it here.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates cast members

We made our way over to Adventureland and discovered that the pirates were extra rowdy this morning. They were out on the street trying to recruit landlubbers to join their motley crew.

pirate mug

pirate mug

pirates mug

At Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar, we spied a new Pirates of the Caribbean mug, complete with a ship wheel handle. Swashbuckling pirate details fill the bubble letters. We personally like the roosting seagull. It retails at $19.99.

liberty square riverboat

The sun finally started peeking out by the time we reached Frontierland!

We walked over to Liberty Square Market to see if there were any construction updates. Concrete walkways that will lead into the center of the square have been poured.

tron construction

tron construction

We headed over to Storybook Circus to check up on TRON’s construction progress. While there were no major changes, construction workers were onsite and working away.

wet paint

wet paint sign

The stair railings by the Storybook Circus restrooms received a fresh coat of pain. Stitch was there to warn us to behave.

magic kingdom entrance construction

boat dock construction

We ended our day by taking a ride on the Monorail to see the construction underway at Magic Kingdom’s front entrance and new boat dock. The new boat dock will be for the Gold boat line, which provides transportation to and from the Polynesian and Grand Floridian resorts. You can read all about Magic Kingdom’s arrival area construction here.

Thanks for following along with us today! See ya real soon!