Hello all you Princes, Princesses, and Fairy Godmothers! Let’s fly around the Magic Kingdom and see what pixie dust has been sprinkled around since our last visit.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas all over Main Street! Garlands, wreaths, nutcrackers, ornaments, bows, and more are on every building. Christmas carols fill the park, and apparently it’s only 49 days ‘til Christmas!
We spotted this adorable little Toy Soldier Wishable in the Emporium along with all the other blind bagged Christmas Wishables. This little guy is $9.99.
The Main Street Trolley Show dancers are all dolled up in their Christmas best, singing carols, and passing each other gifts.
Doesn’t Cinderella Castle just look gorgeous with these blue drapes and silver ornaments?
Gaston’s Tavern and the Bonjour! Village Gifts shop are both decked out for Christmas, too. We love all the yellow and red roses as thematic elements!
A portion of railing next to Cinderella’s Castle and by Merida’s meet and greet is gone. This blue and pink barrier has been put up to cover it.
Work at Mickey’s Star Traders is nearly completed. The final portion of pipe along the top has been painted silver. The Mickey icons next to either door are still missing, and there is no mural visible inside.
This sign has been added to the closed exterior door to let guests know that the store is still open during construction.
The dance party stage in Tomorrowland has been dressed up for Christmas, too! The silver garland and tinsel trees with multicolored ornaments look fantastic on the futuristic backdrop.
Over by what used to be Stitch’s Great Escape, these four pillars are still being worked on. The New Tomorrowland theming is slowly being ripped off of them.
These posts around the PeopleMover track and above Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor are wrapped in preparation for stripping and new paint.
Liberty Square Market construction is moving along. We can see that concrete has been added to the fountain or planter in the middle.
As a cherry on top on this beautiful, Christmas-filled day, we caught the Main Street Philharmonic band playing Christmas carols!
That’s all for the Magic Kingdom today! What is your favorite Christmas decoration in the Magic Kingdom this year?