Good morning from Magic Kingdom! We’re starting our day with some shopping on Main Street, U.S.A. before heading around the park and to the resorts.
The new Haunted Mansion ears are not in short supply at the Emporium. These are so cute and spooky!
Oogie Boogie and the Sanderson Sisters have new ripped shirts at the Emporium that reveal bugs and spiderwebs underneath.
We’d consider ourselves cat people, but only for Disney cats. The new mug features some of our favorite feline friends.
A new Silly Symphony Skeleton Dance outfit for nuiMOs is so cute we want it for ourselves, especially the shirt! We can’t wait for the full line to finally arrive.
Across the way at Center Street, progress is halted since our last visit. Pavers are still needed along most of the street.
Uptown Jewelers has a few new sparkling Rebecca Hook necklaces. These are rose gold, gold, and silver 50th anniversary necklaces that feature some well-known park icons.
Hiding in the back of Curtain Call near the entrance, a “We don’t talk about Bruno” emerald green baseball hat has hit the shelves.
As we made our way in to the Hub area, a large paver slab is still visible where some pavement work is being done.
Did you see that?! New PeopleMover signs have arrived at one of our favorite attractions! There is also a hidden Easter Egg on one of them if you look closely.
Work is still chugging along at TRON. You can see workers present near the attraction’s future entrance and down below as lampposts are installed along the pathway. Recently, new landscaping has also been installed along the Walt Disney World Railroad’s new path through Tomorrowland.
We love these attraction ornaments! Space Mountain Sketchbook ornaments are back in stock at Star Traders.
Sir Mickey’s in Fantasyland welcomed a new Disney princess Designer Doll, Snow White! This dress would trump the Evil Queen’s any day.
Trick-or-Treat! These adorable new Huey, Dewey, & Louie Halloween ornaments at Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe are the perfect addition to your Christmas tree. They even sing “Trick-or-Treat for Halloween”.
In another section of the store, the Hitchhiking Ghosts are waiting for a ride in this glass sphere ornament near the light-up Constance Hatchaway and Hatbox Ghost ornaments.
Bombs away! Even Scrooge got his own ornament celebrating the 35th anniversary of ‘Ducktales’.
We stopped along the bridge as we made our way around from Liberty Square to Frontierland to take a ride on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, just look at those views!
After a quick check-in at Frontierland, we popped in at Big Top Souvenirs where a few new Jack Skellington and Halloween treats are available including a Jack caramel apple, krispy; Mummy Mickey marshmallow wand, and halloween sprinkle marshmallow wand.
There’s a purple and very spooky “I <3 Halloween” magnet on the shelves at Big Top Souvenirs as well. Those ghosts couldn’t be any cuter.
We spotted some of our favorite classic Mickey balloons as we made our way out of the park, we missed them! It’s also been awhile since we’ve seen any 50th anniversary EARidescent balloons.
After hopping off of Monorail Lime on the resort line, we stopped in at Disney’s Contemporary Resort where the 50th anniversary resort mug has been restocked.
This stunning new Loungefly is available at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa at Curiouser Clothiers. It’s stamped with the resort logo and features some gold Mickey ears along the bottom part of the bag. It it a must-have for you?
After some shopping inside, we made our way along the grounds to check out the construction progress at the DVC Villas.
Work is being done on the roofs and staircases here.
Before hopping on the boat back to Magic Kingdom for lunch, we stopped at Narcoosee’s to look at its refurbishment progress but not much is happening. We’re off to head back to Magic Kingdom, thanks for following along!