PHOTOS: Here’s What Magic Kingdom Was Like Today!

The sun is shining, the Disney Ducks are waddling, and we’ve been having some great adventures around the Magic Kingdom today!

Although we’ve been taking you with us to all four Disney World theme parks, we thought we’d take you with us to see what our walk through Magic Kingdom was like today!

While we love seeing that “Welcome to Magic Kingdom” sign after we hop off the monorail

Welcome to the Magic Kingdom!

…there’s something just so special about the moment you realized you get to explore Frontierland, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, and Adventureland!

While we made sure to greet Walt and Disney as we walked in, the party kicked off as soon as we got there with music, dancing, and fun!

Walt and Mickey

That’s right — we jammed out with the characters during the Mickey and Minnie Cavalcade.

🎶 Oh, Mickey, you’re so fine! You’re so fine, you blow our mind! HEY, MICKEY 🎶

Mickey and Minnie Character Cavalcade

After we watched the cavalcade, we were WAY too excited to head over to the Main Street Bakery for some pumpkin goodness. Now that the fall flavors from Starbucks have arrived, it’s practically a necessity to grab some of our favorite treats and drinks of the season!

Main Street Bakery

And, you can bet your Halloween buttons that we snagged a Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew to sip on during our visit to Magic Kingdom today!

And, in case you didn’t know, Molly is a pretty huge fan of a good ole’ Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew. So, she had a fantastic photo shoot to kick off the Halloween season in Disney World!

While Molly played it dramatic for the camera…

Molly with Her Pumpkin Spice!

…we also can’t help but want someone to look at us the way Molly looks at her Starbucks drinks.

Heart Eyes!

But, Molly’s sweet streak didn’t stop there! She also grabbed a Dole Whip during her time at Magic Kingdom (because we think it’s always a necessity when you’re in Disney World).

Dole Whip

Although some areas of the parks had some pretty decent crowds throughout the day…

Fantasyland Crowds

…other parts of Magic Kingdom were very quiet so you could pause to have a snack or just take a break from those 10,000 steps you’re racking up!

Be Our Guest

But, we also had to hit up some of our favorite attractions! I mean, did you even actually GO to Magic Kingdom if you didn’t get on some of the rides? And, our first stop was Pirates of the Caribbean to cool off from that Florida heat! Listed at 20 minutes, we found the wait time to be pretty accurate, perhaps a few minutes shorter.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Our hearts are just so happy hearing the pirates sing along to their favorite tune all day, every day.

While we also had to spend some time soaring in the skies like Dumbo the Flying Elephant


…did you know that you can also spot Dumbo and Timothy Q. Mouse at the front of Magic Kingdom looking all cute?

Dumbo and Timothy Q. Mouse!

Meanwhile, Peter Pan’s Flight was listed as a 20 minute wait, but in reality was about 10 minutes.

Peter Pan’s Flight

Oh, and did you think we could skip the spookiest ride in all of Magic Kingdom? The Haunted Mansion is one of our favorite attractions all year long, but it’s even better during the spooky season. Listed as 15 minutes, it was actually less than 10.

Haunted Mansion

While we made sure to keep our Haunted Mansion Face Mask in hand (in case we need another layer for those hot and cold running chills)…

Haunted Mansion Face Mask

…we also admired the view of the mansion…

Haunted Mansion

…before paying our respects to Master Gracey, but NOT mourning him (since he asked us not to do so).

Master Gracey

The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train may not be scary, but it sure is fun! The attraction only had a 25 minute wait, despite being one of Disney World’s most popular attractions.

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

We found this wait time to be pretty spot on!

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Queue

As we started to walk out of the Magic Kingdom after our day, we caught a glimpse of the characters looking as sweet as ever…

…before saying goodbye to our OTHER good friend, Roy O. Disney!

Roy Disney’s Window

While the parks have looked completely different since we’ve been back we have been back, Disney World has brought us a lot of new memories with exciting features and returning favorites.

Magic Kingdom

As we continue to make our way around the parks, we’ll give you a look at what it’s like to return to a reopened Disney World! And, as always, we’re here to answer any questions you may have about your upcoming or future vacations!

Take a look at the wait times we experienced in Disney World today here!

Have you been back to Magic Kingdom yet? Let us know in the comments below!

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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