We visited Magic Kingdom on a partially cloudy day with plenty of crowds, Fall fun, and new things to see.
The Disney princesses and Fairy Godmother greeted from the Walt Disney World Railroad station this morning.
The bypass between Main Street, U.S.A. and Tomorrowland was open.
Social distancing tape was in place for the Main Street Confectionary queue.
New magnets featuring Black Panther designs and Nightmare Before Christmas characters are now available at Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. Magnets are $14.99 each. Customized magnets are an extra $3.00.
This design features the Black Panther symbol.
These two designs feature Black Panther logos with the phrase “Wakanda Forever.”
This design features Doctor Finkelstein.
This is a black and white design featuring Sally holding a rose.
This design features Mayor as happy as he could be.
This design features Santa Claus with a smile on his face.
This design features Lock, Shock, and Barrel looking through a window.
This is a black and white design featuring Oogie Boogie and his dice.
This design features every character listed including the Pumpkin King himself, Jack Skellington.
Construction is progressing on the new TRON: Lightcycle / Run attraction.
Scaffolding and construction walls have appeared in front of “it’s a small world” as work begins on the facade.
Let’s take a ride and see the attraction’s new cute and fluffy resident.
Minnie’s Dog “Fifi” is the first Disney character added to “it’s a small world,” giving credence to the rumor we posted last year regarding the addition of 40 Disney films characters coming to the attraction for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary.
Liberty Square Riverboat has closed for an extensive refurbishment that is scheduled to run through at least January 2, 2021.
There were plenty of Splash Mountain towels available at Splashdown Photos.
Jack Skellington is always a frightfully fun sight to see.
Thank you joining us at Magic Kingdom! Stay tuned to WDWNT for the latest updates on Disney parks and resorts!