Welcome back to another roundup of What’s New in Magic Kingdom!
We have a lot to cover today, including new and returning menu items (like the Minnie Milk Shake!), construction updates, and Halloween merchandise.
But before we fill you in on all the new stuff, we want to let you know that Disney has announced the line-up of Magic Kingdom’s Halloween treats, and you can check them out here! (P.S. — don’t the Halloween decorations look great?)
Magic Kingdom Food Update
Main Street, U.S.A.
has introduced the totally epic Minnie Milk Shake for $14.
This is a strawberry milkshake topped with a strawberry glazed donut, chocolate cookies, a chocolate Minnie bow, a strawberry ice cream cone, and whipped cream.
Overall, we enjoyed this shareable shake!
While we were in Tomorrowland, we noticed that the Super Lemonade was back on Cool Ship‘s menu. We saw that they didn’t have the fridge with bottled beverages but instead they had a cart. A Cast Member told us that it was broken but that it would be back up and running soon.
Magic Kingdom Construction Update
Construction on the Cinderella Castle walkway continues to move forward. Hopefully, it won’t be too long until the walkway reopens — we sure do miss the moat!
Construction is moving right along on the TRON coaster as well. The new attraction will open in time for Disney World’s 50th-anniversary celebrations in 2021 and we can hardly wait!
Magic Kingdom Merchandise Update
Main Street, U.S.A.
In Uptown Jewelers, we noticed two Haunted Mansion-inspired necklaces we hadn’t seen before. You can grab a silver one for $100 or a fancy gold one for $125.
Which one is your favorite?
Also in Uptown Jewelers, we found some new Pandora charms!
We found a set of Haunted Mansion charms for $130…
…and a Cheshire Cat charm for $65!
In The Emporium (and Mickey’s Star Traders), we spotted some Love Comes in Every Color merchandise for 2019. We noticed a tank top ($29.99)…
…a tumbler ($19.99)…
…and a bright red shirt ($29.99).
The Emporium also had a snazzy new Halloween display, but we didn’t notice anything we hadn’t already seen in the parks.
Over in Big Top Treats, we spotted some new Halloween decorations we hadn’t seen before. We found a garland ($16.99)…
…and a Vampire Mickey yard flag ($24.99)!
In Memento Mori, we spotted some new Haunted Mansion items, including a magnetic notepad ($9.99), a car magnet ($9.99), and a gargoyle bottle opener ($12.99)!
If you want to explore even more Mansion-themed merchandise, check out our post of all The Haunted Mansion 50th anniversary items!
Thanks so much for joining us on our walk around Magic Kingdom! Stay tuned to Disney Food Blog for even more news from the Disney parks and resorts.
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Do you plan to visit Magic Kingdom this Halloween season? Let us know in the comments!