Welcome to another day full of great moments in Disney Parks history, but only the Magic Kingdom parts.
We had our hearts ripped out recently with the removal of some of our favorite entertainment offerings around the Magic Kingdom. The Royal Majesty Makers and Muppets Present Great Moments in American History have both been taken from the parks, and we can feel the emptiness already.
This post in Liberty Square is a painful reminder. The show times for the Muppets once hung here, but now we just have shuttered windows and sadness. If you’re a fan of the show, or have never seen the show, I encourage you to watch the emotional last showings here. We are angry! You know the rest…
The baseball player out by the entrance to Casey’s Corner has returned! There have been two boxes on both sides of the doors for a very long time, so I was actually startled to see him. The other side still has a box, but we’re hopeful that we’ll be seeing the other player come back soon.
So fresh… and kinda creepy.
Inside the Confectionery, the new D-0 Rice Krispy treat is available.
When you walk down Main Street, you can see all the Halloween decorations.
By the time you get to Cinderella Castle, you can see the Christmas lights.
The map and starter pin for the Tiny Kingdom set is available at Frontier Trading Post for $24.99. We can’t wait for the rest of the pins to be released.
It’s so nice to see the Astro Orbiter running again. This view is one of my favorites.
Cotton Candy looks a lot more appealing in a lit display case, don’t you think?
We love history hidden in the details around the park, especially this portrait in Bonjour! Village Gifts in Fantasyland. (It features Phil Holmes, former VP of the Magic Kingdom.)
Some repairs are taking place in Fantasyland near the exit of “it’s a small world” around the drain.
There be storms ahead…
That’s about it for today. Thanks for following us around the Magic Kingdom today, and stay tuned for more updates from the parks and beyond!