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Disney Releases Details on Major Expansion of the Main Street Confectionery at the Magic Kingdom

As part of “The World’s Most Magical Celebration”, Walt Disney World has officially announced their plans for a classic Magic Kingdom establishment as the park approaches its 50th birthday.

The Confectionery at the Magic Kingdom “will receive a fresh new look, expanded layout with more room to shop and interactive opportunities to customize your confections like never before.”

To bring these concepts to life, both Main Street Confectionery and The Chapeau will close for refurbishment March 29th, as previously reported. Along with that, some of the merchandise and goodies will be shifting to other spots in the park.

Many of the treats from Main Street Confectionery will be available at Emporium and Main Street Cinema during the closure. The Main Street Cinema is already closed for this transformation.

Favorite Disney hats, including the must-have Mickey Mouse ears, will be just across the street at Box Office Gifts at the Town Square Theater.

Finally, if you’re looking for collectibles and artwork, Bonjour! Village Gifts will be the new go-to spot. This store has already reopened with the new selections.

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nope
nope
8 months ago

never ends too much and too constant.

Prince Naveen
Prince Naveen
8 months ago

Will The Chapeau be closed forever, as a result of this refresh? Another classic/nostalgic piece of Disney fans hope won’t be touched, but ya know Disney these days…

Impressions de Frank
Impressions de Frank
8 months ago
Reply to  Prince Naveen

At this point, I’m completely numb from all of it.

Rebekah
Rebekah
8 months ago

Oh great. A fresh new look is code for its gonna look like crap. Who asked for this?! No one!

Kristen
Kristen
8 months ago

Totally unnecessary. Leave the classics alone!! Main Street is nostalgic for a reason.