Get ready for some news that will make your sweet tooth happy: the Main Street Confectionery hosted by Mars Wrigley is reopening on Sept. 29 at Magic Kingdom Park, just in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort!
With new interactive opportunities to customize your confections and a fresh new look throughout, the Main Street Confectionery is your go-to spot for delicious treats. It’s also where you can see confectionery magic being made by hand.
When you step into this charming, turn-of-the-century sweet shop, one of the first new things you’ll see is the colorful candy wall, which includes 38 varieties of M&M’S and SKITTLES! If you’re in the mood for something savory and sweet, you can now personalize your popcorn experience with multiple combinations. Select from four popcorn flavors – caramel, rainbow fruit, buttery, cheddar – and then top it all off with a selection of M&M’S or SKITTLES candies or perhaps even with some chocolate drizzle for an extra sweet treat!
You can even get a front row spot at the candy kitchen area to watch cast members make and decorate your favorite goodies like the character-inspired candy apples and Mickey crisped rice cereal treats being made and decorated. There are more than 30 new items you won’t find anywhere else!
Some of my favorites are the new fudge varieties, like the Peanut Butter Fudge – featuring creamy peanut butter fudge topped with M&M’S Peanut Butter Candies and drizzled with chocolate. Yum!
Of course, this signature Magic Kingdom shop will offer limited-time treats for “The World’s Most Magical Celebration.” These four new sweets will be available starting on Oct. 1.
Tell us which treats you want to try during your next visit!
I was at the confectionery for the first time last night and I was disappointed that so many classic treats aren’t being sold! I went for a Mickey gingerbread cookie (my favorite at Christmas) and they said they aren’t selling them any more because of the new Mars collaboration. I was told by a cast member that so many people have been asking for them. I like Mars candy but I can get it at any old gas station. The fun thing about the confectionery was that you could get treats that felt special to Disney. Disappointed in the changes here.
Will the Confectionary have actual CANDY apples (the red glaze) or just caramel/chocolate covered apples? We’ve been looking all over for Candy Apples. Can’t wait to visit!!
Bring back the chocolate dipped fruit and the white chocolate chip cookies. We have been very disappointed to not see them annywhere during our last trips.