It appears that a once-thought-lost icon of a Disney World Halloween has returned to its rightful place in the Magic Kingdom.
Pumpkin Mickey wreaths have returned just a few days after Spooky Season festivities and decorations had taken over the Theme Park. As we left summer behind and witnessed the first nights of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, we at Disney Fanatic noticed that the iconic wreaths were missing and were thought to be replaced by Cinderella-themed pumpkins specifically for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. Click the link below to read our previous coverage.
But it appears that the decorations were simply fashionably late to the party. Pictures shared on Instagram by @kmckellar_mmv show the familiar sight with the affirming caption:
“The Magic Kingdom is all decked out for fall, y’all!!”
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The Magic Kingdom will be decked out for Halloween from now through October 31, with Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party taking over the Park on select nights within that time. Featuring special ride overlays, rare character sightings, and event-exclusive shows, parades, and fireworks, this time of year is a spooktacular time for the whole family.
Disney World describes Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, in part, as the following:
Join some favorite Disney Characters for an evening of spirited fun.
Get your favorite costume ready! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills and chills you with eerie entertainment, delightful attractions and some beloved Disney Characters.
Please visit the Walt Disney World website for availability and all other up-to-date information regarding the extra-ticketed event.
We at Disney Fanatic will continue to update our readers on Disney Parks news and stories as more developments come to light.