PHOTOS: Mirabel Meet and Greet Gates Return to Magic Kingdom With Update

Shannen Ace

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Colorful entrance signage reading "Los Madrigal" featuring illustrated characters, set within a stone and brick surroundings adorned with flowers and lights. Several visitors are visible in the background.

PHOTOS: Mirabel Meet and Greet Gates Return to Magic Kingdom With Update

After being removed and replaced with shrubs earlier this week, the entrance gates for the Mirabel meet and greet at Magic Kingdom are back.

Mirabel Meet and Greet Gates

The gates were gone as of Thursday, May 23. Crews had placed a series of rolling planters around the Fairytale Garden entrance instead.

A colorful display with the title "La Familia Madrigal" stands at the entrance of a decorated area, featuring flower arrangements and castle-like structures in a theme park.

As of Sunday, May 26, the gates are back. They feature the same “Los Madrigal” mural of the family but with one minor difference.

Colorful entrance signage reading "Los Madrigal" featuring illustrated characters, set within a stone and brick surroundings adorned with flowers and lights. Several visitors are visible in the background.

The edges of the gates, where they meet at the center, have been repainted as extensions of the mural. Previously, the center edges were the same pink that borders the other three edges. See the old look in our photo below.

WDW MK Encanto Mirabel meet and greet 4
Photo from September 2023

Now, when the gates are closed, the mural will look more seamless instead of having a pink line down the center.

A vibrant mural on a gate features a diverse group of characters from Disney's "Encanto," labeled "Los Madrigal." The gate, perfect for a Mirabel meet and greet, is adorned with flowers and surrounded by decorative lanterns and foliage.

The Mirabel meet and greet is open at the following times: 9 a.m., 9:35 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:15 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m., 2:45 p.m., 3:15 p.m., 3:45 p.m., and 4:15 p.m. Bruno will join Mirabel in Fairytale Garden during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this fall.

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