There are so many things to love about spending any holiday at Walt Disney World, but Halloween is one of my very favorites.
If you’ve ever visited the Magic Kingdom during the fall, you’ve likely seen the fall-themed Mickey wreaths, adorable scarecrows, and giant pumpkins that adorn Main Street, U.S.A.
The grinning pumpkin towers pictured above are located at the front entrance of Magic Kingdom. The left pumpkin is approximately 43 inches wide and 120 inches tall.
There are 12 little pumpkins in the Mickey Mouse floral bed in front of the Train Station as you walk in; see if your kiddos can count them all!
As you enter Main Street, U.S.A., there are 8 cute and friendly scarecrows located around the flagpole ready for selfies.
There are roughly 155 individual pumpkins embellishing the buildings and windows of Main Street, U.S.A. and many of them are themed around their location.
One of the most iconic decorations in the park is the Mickey Mouse pumpkin wreath and it can be found all over the Magic Kingdom and the area around Cinderella Castle. The diameter of the wreath is approximately 26 inches.
Although I don’t love leaving the park, the “See Ya Real Soon!” pumpkin display at the exit of the park is one of my very favorite things to see. I can never get a fantastic photo of it at night even though I try really hard every time I go to make it happen. I suppose I’ll just have to keep trying!
What’s your favorite thing to do in the fall at Walt Disney World?
Source: Disney Parks Blog
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