confectionery gold shelves 7

Decorative Golden Shelves With Colorful Bottles Added to Main Street Confectionery at Magic Kingdom

Last fall, the Main Street Confectionery reopened at Magic Kingdom with a new look and new backstory. A few finishing touches were added in the weeks following, and months later, new decorative shelves have been installed.

confectionery gold shelves 1

The two golden shelves hang from the ceiling above the counter of the Glacier Kitchen slushy station.

confectionery gold shelves 2

The shelves don’t display actual products, but colorful bottles.

confectionery gold shelves 3

There are bright circular lights above the shelves, reflecting off the bottles onto the ceiling.

confectionery gold shelves 4

The reflections almost seem to make a few hidden Mickey shapes.

For more information on booking your next trip with our official travel agent sponsor, the Vacationeer, visit wdwnt.travel.

vacationeer TopBarAD2020 v2
confectionery gold shelves 5

The glass bottles are all different shapes and sizes.

confectionery gold shelves 8
confectionery gold shelves 9
confectionery gold shelves 7

There is a railing around the shelves so the bottles don’t fall, but we’re sure they are also glued down.

confectionery gold shelves
confectionery gold shelves 6

Check out our tour of the reimagined confectionery.

For the latest Disney Parks news and info, follow WDW News Today on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram.

  1. Disappointed in the confectionery on our last trip. Most items were prepackaged and over priced. They had m&ms in an averaged sized clear plastice mickey hat container for $40! I took a picture and sent it to my mom. Not worth the price, obviously. My mom always likes it when I would bring her a box of chocolate pretzels that looked like mickey’s head, discontinued. I bought her a packaged mickey candy bar. Mostly looks to be candy apples in the glass cases. The Chapeau is gone and a flavored popcorn bar in its place. Prefer the Chapeau.

Comments are closed.