The Main Street Trolley Show

PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 11/23/19 (Limited-Release Coach Ears Arrive, A Small Army of Disney Precious Moments Dolls, Lots of Merchandise, and More)

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I’m walking right down the middle of Main Street U.S.A…

Greeting from Magic Kingdom! It’s a bright, sunny day and we’re ready to see what’s happening around the most magical place on Earth. So let’s get going!

The Main Street Trolley Show

Precious Moments

Have you ever wanted to see a massive collection of Disney-inspired Precious Moments Dolls? Look no further than Main Street Cinema. A special event with the doll designer Linda Rick was taking place today.

If dolls creep you out, we would like to apologize in advance. Have you not lived until you’ve seen a Christmas-clad Ursula and Maleficent Precious Moments Doll?

It’s a baby Beast with facial hair!

The whole Beauty and the Beast crew is represented.

Lady Tremaine looks like she’s reaching out to snatch your soul.

We can’t help but think that the Stitch one is reminiscent of that scene in A Christmas Story where Ralphie is forced to wear the bunny pajamas.

Mary Poppins and Bert surrounded by small pirates.

Geppetto looks unsure about this whole thing.

Each traditional doll is $59.99, while the Christmas ones are $69.99. You can bundle three of the small figurines together for $59.99.

Over at the Emporium, you can now take home a Host A Ghost Jar for a discounted price! Originally $59.99, you can now have a spirit follow you home for $29.99.

We discovered this new collection of bracelets.

One bracelet features a Mickey.

The other has a Cinderella’s Castle charm. The set retails for $19.99.

We also found this new Minnie and Figaro mug.

It reads “Beauty sleep? I’m always this beautiful.” Wow…Minnie is so sassy and confident. Obviously, she’s a true queen.

We’re hoping one day Figaro will graduate to being the star of his own mug. This mug retails for $19.99.

More Christmas displays have been added to the Emporium’s windows that line Main Street U.S.A. Mickey and Minnie don Santa-inspired outfits and area surrounded by an array of Disney holiday home goods.

The newest pair of Disney Parks Designer Collection ears were released today. The leather Coach ears will cost you a pretty penny at $195.00.

We made our way to Tomorrowland and were caught off guard by some messy wires wrapped around two of the lampposts in the central hub.

There was a meager attempt to camouflage the wires into the lamppost by painting them brown.

Joffrey’s menus have switched over to their winter selections. They’re also offering a seasonal Happy Snowman drink.

We peeked inside of Star Trader to check in on the silver wallpaper that’s being hung around the top of the store. It’s over halfway complete now.

Briar rose sweatshirts have returned! It features Mickey wearing metallic shorts and shoes, with the vintage Walt Disney World logo running down the sleeve. It retails at $54.99.

Work continues on TRON. A crane was lifting materials to the rooftop. At the top of the show building, the track is beginning to be enclosed.

At Bonjour! Village Gifts, we found a Belle Storybook Playset to match the ones we found earlier this month in Big Top Souvenirs. It costs $19.99.

In Liberty Square outside of Haunted Mansion, we noticed missing shingles on one of the boat dock-inspired buildings. When compared to other shingles on the same building, it seems new shingles are being added, but the job is yet to be finished.

On to Frontierland, we found this new Dapper Dan phone case in Frontier Trading Post. It costs $29.99.

Work is coming along at Liberty Square! Cobblestone has been laid and workers were cleaning up a bit.

Over in Adventureland, the sign at Zanzibar Trading Co. is still missing. We wonder where it went…

Well that ends our trip around Magic Kingdom today! Thanks for hanging out with us. Keep checking WDWNT for all of the latest Disney news.

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