PHOTOS, VIDEO: First Holiday Decorations of the Season Arrive at the Magic Kingdom

Hi, folks! Are you still working your way through that Halloween candy? Have you put your costume in the wash? Because at the Magic Kingdom, they’re already putting up the Christmas decorations.

Yes, they’re hauling out the holly around Main Street, U.S.A. With the end of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party on Friday night, work has already begun to prepare the park for the first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party on Friday, November 8th.

Of course, some of the Halloween decorations are still waiting to be taken down, creating a rare Holidayhenge.

Apples and citrus fruits? It’s a regular Kitchen Kabaret up in here!

The decor already extends to the Emporium, as many items of holiday merchandise are already for sale.

“Holiday cheer is here,” indeed! I’m already writing my list for Santa Claus! (Of course, I don’t know if Santa takes requests from grown adults, but it doesn’t hurt to ask, right?)

Other locations on Main Street, U.S.A. have also recieved some Yuletide decor, including the Guest Services building.

I particularly like the wreath around the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor sign. It’s so festive!

Garlands already decorate Casey’s Corner, as we await what specialty hot dog they’ll have for the season.

I’m already getting in the holiday mood! Be sure to check out our video as we look around at all the holiday splendor being installed.

Keep reading WDWNT for more updates as Walt Disney World gets ready for the holiday season.


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11 months ago

The citrus fruit! I love that little Florida touch!