PHOTOS: First Look Inside Magic Kingdom’s Reopened Main Street Confectionery!

Between building new rides, upcoming restaurants, and all that’s coming to the parks and resorts for the 50th Anniversary, there has been a lot of construction around Disney World over the past year.

Cinderella Castle

But, recently we’ve been seeing quite a few projects warp up in the parks and resorts! The new restaurant Space 220 has opened at EPCOT, new Incredibles-themed rooms debuted at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and more. And as of today, the sweetest shop on Main Street, U.S.A. has finally reopened in Magic Kingdom so we’re bringing you along for a first look inside!

When the Main Street Confectionery closed back in March, Disney announced that it would reopen with an “updated layout” and “interactive opportunities to personalize sweets and treats.” Since then, we’ve seen a few sneak peek of what these new experiences entail, and today we’re headed inside for the shop’s soft opening!

Main Street Confectionery Entrance

One of the first things that you’ll notice when you step inside is that there’s a brand new layout!

Brand new layout!

Now you can find a giant treat case in the middle of the store, new snack grab-and-go snack displays, and multiple check-out locations.

And, there are plenty of fan-favorite treats returning to the snack case including Mickey (and Minnie) Rice Crispie Treats…

Mickey Rice Crispies

Mickey-shaped Chocolate Chip Cookies and Chocolate Chip Cookies made with Chopped Snickers…

Mickey Cookies

Chocolate-Covered Mickey Rice Krispie Treats and Apples…

Chocolate Covered Mickey

Mickey-shaped Cakepops covered in candy…

Marshmallow Pops!

…and even Chocolate Fudge made with an assortment of candies like Twix and M&Ms.


Of course, we had to give a few things a try so we ordered up the Brownie Pie, which is made with regular M&M’s, Caramel M&M’s, Peanut M&M’s, and then drizzled with Milk Chocolate for $5.99

Brownie Pie

…and the Chocolate Chunk Cookie that has Chopped Snickers and Milk Chocolate on top for $5.49.

Chocolate Chunk Cookie

There were also a few colorful treats that caught our eye, including the Rainbow Fudge, which is a Rainbow Fruit Flavored Fudge made with Skittles for $4.99

Rainbow Fudge

…and the Sugar Cookie Pie that is made with Skittles and a Flavored Drizzle for $5.49.

Sugar Cookie Pie

If you’d rather just pick something up for on the go, you can choose from some 50th Anniversary treats like popcorn, cookies, and lollipops…

50th Anniversary Treats

Candy Apples…

Candy Apples

…and even Mickey-shaped Chocolate Covered Caramel Apples that are wrapped up for some late-night snacking.

Mickey-shaped Chocolate Caramel Apples

There’s also a selection of other candies like Sea Salt Caramels…

Sea Salt Caramels

…a Chocolate Sampler…

More chocolate!

Ethel M. Chocolate bars…

Chocolate Bars



…and LOTS of Disney snacks. You can find the iconic Chocolate-covered Mickey Pretzels…

Disney snacks wall

…and a variety of “Minnie’s Sweets” like Character Cookies, Graham Cookies, and Toffee Pretzels.

More Disney snacks!

Plus, there’s an entire wall of candy where you can fill up your bag with as much as you’d like!

Candy Wall!

And, once you’ve picked out everything that you want, you can head to a register to check out without having to wait in the lines at the snack cases.

Easy check-out for on-the-go snacks!

Of course, it wouldn’t be the same Main Street Confectionery experience without being able to watch the sweet treats as they’re being made! So, now Cast Members are behind a wall of windows making all the bakery items for all guests to see…

You can still watch Cast Members make all the treats!

…plus you can watch as Cast Members make cotton candy near one of the entrances.

Cotton Candy Station

But, what about those “interactive opportunities to personalize sweets and treats?” Well, the Main Street Confectionery has taken over a small portion of what used to be The Chapeau and that’s now where you can find the NEW Kernel Kitchen that features Candied Popcorn!

Candied Popcorn Station

How it works is you’ll first choose your flavor of popcorn (caramel, rainbow fruit, butter, and cheddar)…

It’s Popcorn Time!

…and then you’ll select your syrup and extra candies which includes things like M&Ms, marshmallows, pretzels, and more.

Candied Popcorn Selections

Cast Members will combine it all for you and you’ll have your very own custom candy popcorn mix! Pricing starts at $12.99 for two toppings and one syrup, or you can opt for three toppings and one syrup for $13.99. Beyond that, any additional toppings are $1 each.

Candied Popcorn Pricing

And, if you’d prefer something a bit more refreshing, there’s also the Glacier Kitchen, where you can fill up your own slushy for $4.99.

Glacier Station

Well, it sure is exciting to be able to head back into the Main Street Confectionery and smell the treats as you walk by! The shop is set to officially open in Magic Kingdom tomorrow, September 29th, so be sure to stop by on your next trip! And, stay tuned to AllEars for more of the latest Disney news and updates!

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Are you going to stop in to visit the newly redone Main Street Confectionery? Let us know in the comments!

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2 Replies to “PHOTOS: First Look Inside Magic Kingdom’s Reopened Main Street Confectionery!”

  1. I still don’t see the popcorn with the dark chocolate drizzle that I used to get for many years. Popcorn is not meant to be rainbow colored. Not happy

  2. I wish they had kept the old fashioned feel. I loved the retro floor tiles and am sad they were replaced with common/modern wood-look tiles. IMO, this up-date was a step in the wrong direction.