We’re just a few days away from the first night of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, and the autumn décor keeps rolling in. This morning we discovered new Jack-o’-Lanterns, Main Street themed scarecrows, and more.
Outside Magic Kingdom
Outside the park entrance, a pair of Jack-o’-Lanterns appear on top of themed crates.
This pumpkin sports leaves that resemble a bowtie and hat.
Other pumpkins can be found around the planter.
Inside Park Entrance
Passing the entrance gates, we’ve found even more Jack-o’-Lanterns on display.
This pair can be found outside City Hall.
A matching pair can be found outside the Town Square Theater.
Many of the pumpkins are on crates that read “Hartich Farms Jack-O-Lantern Seeds: Proudly Grown in Indiana & Missouri Since 1886.” Of course, Main Street is meant to represent Marceline, Missouri.
Meanwhile, the entrance has been adorned with autumnal wreaths.
The wreaths extend to the patio of Tony’s Town Square restaurant.
They sport a rainbow of red, orange, yellow, and green leaves to mark the changing seasons.
The town square features a group of scarecrows, all dressed like residents of Main Street, U.S.A. This is probably as close to these characters as we’ll get as Disney used COVID as an excuse to end and not bring back atmospheric entertainment such as the citizens of Main Street.
This sharply-dressed scarecrow is clad in a purple dress, complete with purse and parasol.
Small pumpkins are strewn about the planter.
Meanwhile, a scarecrow dressed as the mayor welcomes guests to the park.
A neat touch is its pocket watch, which features a jack-o’-lantern shaped like Mickey Mouse!
Opposite that planter, another scarecrow is dressed in a marching uniform, ready to strike up the band!
This can be found next to the Fab 50 Character Collection statue of Lady and the Tramp.
It seems they’ve been overzealous with their drumming, as the drum sports a large hole.
Back at the train station, more wreaths are up.
These are decorated with fall leaves and sunflowers.
The ones near the entrance also sport a ribbon with pumpkins.
Further into the square, there’s a pair of scarecrows inspired by Main Street, U.S.A.’s many offerings.
This scarecrow, sporting a white blouse and blue and brown skirt, looks like they’ve done a bit of shopping.
Or perhaps they’re getting ready to trick or treat?
Meanwhile, this scarecrow looks like they’ve just come from the Main Street Confectionery in a baker’s outfit, complete with chef’s hat.
They’ve had a mishap, though, as a hole in the bag has leaked out quite a bit of sugar.
They also hold a small plush of a scarecrow wearing Mickey ears.
Speaking of the Main Street Confectionery, wreaths have been added to the exterior.
These feature blue ribbons decorated with orange and white flowers.
Meanwhile, the side entrance shows off white flowers and a plaid ribbon.
Over by the dedication plaques, two stacks of jack-‘o-lanterns show faces that are more silly than spooky.
Over by the car barn, autumnal wreaths and a garland have been added.
These feature leaves, miniature pumpkins, and a red-and-white plaid ribbon.
Main Street, U.S.A.
Further down Main Street, U.S.A., the Main Street Cinema has a wreath over the entryway.
It’s similar to the ones by the car barn, but with more red flowers.
The wreaths at Uptown Jewelers offer a harvest-inspired look.
They sport miniature squash and a ribbon with maple leaves.
Crystal Arts features an assortment of wreaths and garlands.
These sport white ribbons with colorful maple leaves.
Finally, Main Street Bakery has a bounty of decorations.
These extend to the upper windows, where red and yellow flowers match the fall aesthetic.
With Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party starting this Friday, the Magic Kingdom is looking ready for the spooky season!
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