Disney Parks does a fantastic job of decorating for the seasons. Even during the pandemic, Disney continues to put out the decor to keep the seasonal spirit alive within the parks. I especially appreciate the fall decor at the Disney parks since I live in South Florida and tend to view fall foliage by watching Hallmark movies or searching Instagram #newenglandfall.
Therefore, to capture the feeling of the fall season, I snapped a few pictures of the fall decoration at the Magic Kingdom to remind myself that Fall is here in Florida too.
If you can't tell, the fall Mickey wreaths are my favorite! You can find these adorning many of the light poles that line Main Street USA and at night time, the Mickey Mouse fall wreaths light up (like the picture taken below from Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party). The lit-up Mickey Mouses down Main Street USA really add to the Halloween ambiance of the season.
If you love decorating for the holidays, then definitely check out the display windows on Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom on your next trip to Disney World.
The Disney decorating team does an amazing job with vignette displays throughout the Magic Kingdom park. This year's fall-themed decor did not disappoint. I'm really digging the fall-inspired colors and the vintage Mickey and Minney Mouse Halloween merchandise available this year.
So to keep the Magic Kingdom fall feeling alive, I ended up purchasing the cutest ceramic Mickey Mouse jack-o-lantern from the Emporium located on Main Street USA. It was priced at $19.99 but with my annual park pass discount, I was able to save 20%.
To finish off my Mickey jack-o-lantern, I picked up a packet of flameless LED candles from Hobby Lobby which fits perfectly. Disney also had the cutest vintage-inspired Halloween reusable shopping bags for $2.99.
However, if you're not close to Disney, then you can find official Disney merchandise here. If enjoy bargains and will be in the Orlando area, then also check out Disney's Character Warehouse at the Orlando Premium Outlets. There are some great bargains to be found!
So remember next time you're at the Disney parks, slow down and take in all the fall-themed decorations that the Magic Kingdom park has to offer. Don't forget about the Main Street Bakery and the Halloween inspired treats!
Which reminds me, if you don't plan on visiting the Magic Kingdom for some time, then check out Disney's behind the scenes show, Decorating Disney: Halloween Magic. It's spooktacular!
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Hello! I'm Tiffany, a creative travel writer, mother to three awesome kids, and Floridian. We like to visit beautiful Florida beaches, Florida State Parks, and of course Disney! I like to write about our travel adventures and provide tips to other families traveling or relocating to the Sunshine State.