PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 11/19/20 (Minnie Mouse Jungle Cruise Collection, Walt Disney Day Pin, Bonjour Village Gifts Reopening Prep, New “Enchanted” Storybook Journals, and More)

Hello from another fun-filled day at the Magic Kingdom! We had an exciting day filled with limited edition merchandise, so let’s get started!


We normally like to start out our day with construction updates, but today we hurried right to Sir Mickey’s to check and see if there was any new merchandise there. Traffic flow patterns were set up in the store as well as carefully monitored capacity because the new Minnie Mouse: The Main Attraction November release featuring Jungle Cruise merchandise was available for purchase in the store.


The full collection was available, with a limit of 3 of each item per person.


We love the look of this collection! For lots more photos and information, check out our article here.


After we left Sir Mickey’s we headed to Frontier Trading Co to check out the new limited edition pins available today. There were so many more holiday gifting pins available today, as well as more gingerbread pins, but our favorite was this pin honoring Walt Disney and his birthday, which is today, otherwise known as Walt Disney Day.


Next we went to The Emporium to check out what new merchandise we could find there and we came across three new beautiful storybook journals featuring three of our favorite films. The first was one of the classics, Pinocchio.


The second journal was from Enchanted. Each of the journals had illustrated pages either at the beginning, end, or both, as well as small character illustrations on each lined page.


The third and final new journal was Robin Hood, and our personal favorite. Each of these journals retail for $29.99.


Over in Tomorrowland, we found a several new magnets and shirts in the MaDe kiosks centering around the main characters from The Mandalorian.



Each of these magnets are available on demand through the MaDe kiosk, and some of them are available pre-made in Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. Both options cost $14.99.


Unlike the magnets, the shirts can be customized if you desire.


Each of these designs is available in the MaDe shirt kiosk in Tomorrowland Light & Power Co starting at $29.99.


After all that merchandise hunting we were ready to take in some of the sights and sounds of the season and enjoy some Magic Kingdom Christmas Cavalcades. Luckily we happened upon Santa coming down Main Street, USA!


On our walk around the park we noticed that social distancing markers had been set up in a long, winding queue for Bonjour! Village Gifts.


Traffic flow arrows have been set up for an “in” and “out” door, and we saw Cast Members stocking the store with the latest Christmas merchandise inside. We can’t wait for this location to open!


Outside the park next to the future entrance to the new Resort Launch Dock #2, a new sign has been installed.


A new contactless security scanner has been installed just inside the dock underneath the first awning. It looks like they’re almost ready for guests to use this dock!


We had a wonderful time at the Magic Kingdom today, and we hope you enjoyed coming along with us. Have a magical day!