PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 12/1/19 (Santa Claus Meet and Greet, Thanksgiving Crowds, New Bridal Ear Headband and More)

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Happy Thanksgiving weekend from Magic Kingdom! We hope that you’re spending your day making memories with your loved ones. Let’s see what’s going on!

If this sight doesn’t put you in the holiday mood, we don’t know what will!

We met the big man himself… SANTA! He was pumped for the start of the holiday season, even though it’s his busiest time of year. To see our chat with Santa, click here.

We found some cute phone cases at the D-Tech On Demand station in Curtain Call. We found a smooching Mickey and Minnie cases. When paired together it looks like they’re sharing a kiss.

  There were also cases with bright Mickey-inspired pattern designs.

There was even a paisley pattern case featuring a vintage Minnie Mouse. All of these phone case designs were $29.99.

Lovely new bridal ear headbands are available for $29.99. They’re perfect for a bride-to-be on her Disney bachelorette party or a newlywed on her honeymoon.

  It’s a Small World ornaments, which we first spotted in Disneyland, are now available at Walt Disney World. We found this one in the Emporium. This ornament is in the same style as the Toontown ones that were released last month. It retails for $29.99.

It was busy today! Somewhere in the middle of that crowd is the Main Street Trolley Show.

There’s not been much change at the TRON Lightcycle Run construction site since our last update.

New Space Mountain merchandise has landed in Tomorrowland’s Star Traders. The baseball tee is $39.99 and the jogger sweatpants are $44.99.

The Plaza Restaurant and Cosmic Ray’s had special Thanksgiving meal offerings.

  Seven Dwarfs Mine Train was claiming to have a 90 minute wait, but the line started way beyond its main queue, running down the walkway towards Mad Tea Party.

  A new Little Mermaid tumbler cup has found its way to dry land. We found it in Sir Mickey’s for $22.99. The tail is suspiciously in the shape of a wine glass…so can we sip our chardonnay out of this? (Wine snobs don’t come for us.)

We actually were able to see the ground in Fantasyland, a true sign that the crowds weren’t that insane.

Just a reminder that the new dining area in Liberty Square Market is officially open as of yesterday!

Every day we’re discovering more 2020 merchandise. Today we found this lanyard pouch in Frontier Trading Post. It retails for $9.99.

It was pretty packed around Big Thunder Mountain and Splash Mountain.

Tortuga Tavern was busier than normal, because everyone wanted a turkey leg!

This Mickey Halloween bucket can pass as a Thanksgiving bucket, right? It’s a pumpkin and we eat pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving…just ignore the jack-o-lantern face.

Even the Disney Ducks were enjoying a good Thanksgiving meal.

Well we’re going to head out. We think the rest of our day is going to involve eating copious amounts of food and then napping. Thanks for following our Thanksgiving adventure around Magic Kingdom! Check WDWNT for all of your Disney holiday news!

 

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Kelly Morgan-Brown

Kelly lives in Central Florida with her Kiwi husband and bossy rat terrier. When not at a Disney Park, she can be found in the dance studio, listening to Broadway soundtracks, or planning her next travel adventure. Contact her at [email protected]

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