Friday, October 29, 2010

Halloween at Magic Kingdom

I love to visit Disney World during a festival or when the parks are decorated for a holiday. Don’t get me wrong visiting Disney World during any time of year is wonderful, but the holiday or festival provides a little extra magic.

On our last trip to Disney World, the Magic Kingdom was decorated for Halloween. Well not the whole park, just the entrance, Main Street and the hub.

When you go through the turnstiles, the first thing you notice are the giant pumpkins in front of the train station and the banners decorating the station.

After you reemerge from the tunnel onto Town Square, you will find scarecrows welcoming you.

The buildings lining Main Street are decorated with banners and pumpkins. Be sure to take some time and look at the carvings on the pumpkins that adorn each building – so perfectly Disney.

In the hub, new Halloween inspired statues have been placed.

When leaving Magic Kingdom, right before you go through the tunnel/under the train station make sure to look up.

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