Halloween Arrives at Magic Kingdom

We’re back from our summer camping trip and we’re hard at work setting up our images for the stock agencies and working on articles about the places we visited. We were at Yellowstone, Glacier National Park, Waterton Lakes in B.C., Custer State Park and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, among others. It was a great trip and we came home with lots of good material, both as images and as potential travel articles about the area. As we return to central Florida, it’s still hot, but the season is changing.

If you can’t feel the heat starting down ever so slightly, you can tell autumn is nearly here by visiting Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Yes, it’s that time of year again when Disney brings out their Halloween decorations along Main Street and makes everything bright and orange. What a great time!


Halloween at the Magic Kingdom
Display at the main entrance to The Magic Kingdom near the train station, outside.

For one thing, it signals the start of the cooling season, which is always good. But more to the point, it signals the beginning of the time of year we really love at Walt Disney World. After all, there’s the “Not So Sca

ry Halloween” at the Magic Kingdom, the “EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival” and finally the “Candlelight Processional” at Christmas.

There’s the “Eat to the Beat” concert series that goes along with Food and Wine, and many other activities that can occupy any afternoon and evening. What’s not to like?

Usually the temperature cools off a bit and we end up spending more time outdoors, especially at night.

So up with the orange and let’s get this holiday moving along!

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