PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 12/7/19 (Baby Yoda Designs at D-Tech on Demand, New Princess Teacups, Heavy Crowds, and More)

A big hello from Magic Kingdom! It’s a beautiful and busy December day, so let’s go explore the park.

Snow White, in her winter attire, was greeting guests on the patio outside of Curtain Call.

The galaxy rejoices! Baby Yoda merchandise has finally arrived at Walt Disney World, however small of an amount it may be. Baby Yoda and The Mandalorian magnets, phone cases, and MagicBands are now available at D-Tech on Demand kiosks. To see all of the new designs, click here.

The Delicious Disney:The Fresh Edition cookbook is now available at Main Street Confectionary. It features recipes inspired by dishes from some of Walt Disney World’s most popular restaurants. It retails for $34.99.

Further down Main Street at Crystals Arts, a new collection of princess teacups and saucers are on display. The sets are inspired by Tiana, Belle, Jasmine, Rapunzel, Aurora, Ariel, Snow White, and Cinderella.

The saucers have an object representative of each princess in the middle and a quote from each film lines the teacup’s inner rim. Each set (cup and saucer) is $85.00.

Adorable Mickey sets are available too. Each set is $115.00. The Mickey and Minnie figurines are $170.00 each. They’re available in color and black-and-white.

The horse pulling the Main Street Trolley received some extra attention from one of the dancers.

Construction on TRON Lightcycle Run continues at a steady pace. To see more about what’s happening with the project, read our latest update.

At Cosmic Ray’s, Sonny Eclipse is back to performing! Last time we paid a visit, he was a bit under the weather.

The crowds were heavy today… like similar to what we experienced at Thanksgiving. It was tricky to even move around in some of the shops.

It seems Disney is doing everything possible to sell these heavily discounted Host A Ghost Jars. There’s now a whole wall in Memento Mori dedicated to them.

We’re not even at Animal Kingdom and we’re getting up close and personal with the wildlife. This great egret was confident enough to strut into the recently opened Liberty Square Market dining area and beg for table scraps.

Splash Mountain was closed for part of the day without any specific explanation.

Finally when leaving the park, we caught a small film crew working at the Walt Disney World Railroad Station.

We’re at the end of our trip around Magic Kingdom. Thanks for joining us! Remember to check WDWNT for all the latest happenings going on around the Disney Parks. See ya real soon!

 

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