First of the 'Disney Fab 50' golden character sculptures now on display at Magic Kingdom

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First Disney Fab 50 statues at Magic Kingdom
Posted: Thursday September 9, 2021 8:44am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are two of the first "Disney Fab 50" golden character sculptures now on display at Magic Kingdom.

Donald Duck, Daisy, Pluto, Chip & Dale and Goofy are also on display in the hub. (Photos by David Roark, Disney)




Click the gallery to see more of the "Disney Fab 50" golden character sculptures at Magic Kingdom.

When complete there will be 50 characters across all four Walt Disney World theme parks.

Disney Fab 50 Character Statue List

Disney's Animal Kingdom

  • Timon & Pumba - Revealed July 20
  • Nemo & Dory - Revealed August 20
  • Simba - Revealed August 23
  • Bambi & Thumper

Disney's Hollywood Studios

  • Edna Mode - Revealed July 27
  • Joe Gardner - Revealed July 30
  • Bo Peep and Woody - Revealed August 3
  • R2-D2 - Revealed August 6
  • Edna Mode - Revealed July 27
  • Flounder and Sebastian - Revealed August 10
  • BB-8
  • Frozone

EPCOT

  • Dante - Revealed July 28
  • Figment - Revealed August 13
  • Olaf - Revealed August 24
  • Rocket and Groot
  • Miguel 
  • Hei Hei and Pua

Magic Kingdom

  • Mickey Mouse - Revealed July 14
  • Goofy - Revealed July 18
  • Lumiere and Cogsworth - Revealed July 21
  • Daisy Duck - Revealed July 23
  • Winnie the Pooh & Piglet - Revealed July 26
  • Cheshire Cat - Revealed August 2
  • Donald Duch - Revealed August 4
  • Mad Hatter - Revealed August 5
  • Orange Bird - Revealed August 9
  • Dumbo and Timothy - Revealed August 11
  • Chip 'n' Dale - Revealed August 12
  • Stitch - Revealed August 14
  • Abu - Revealed August 16
  • Gus & Jaq - Revealed August 17
  • Minnie Mouse - Revealed August 18
  • Pinocchio - Revealed August 19
  • Tink
  • Lady and Tramp

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wtyy211 hour ago

WDW without Cinderella Castle is kinda like Disneyland without sleeping beauty castle.

Cmdr_Crimson3 hours ago

Just seems a little strange to have 2 Mickey statues so close to each other..

MagicHappens19713 hours ago

I would assume Mickey & Minnie may be here to stay and maybe placed on different pedestals or have the 50th logo removed

Cmdr_Crimson3 hours ago

It's like DHS for example..The Earful Tower should still be the symbol and Icon of the park instead of an Abandoned Hotel looming in the distance.. And in another weird choice is the Image they use for DHS in the McDonald's Happy Meal toy for the 50th..While They couldn't Use Chinese Theater or ToT for licensing...What did they do? They took a photo of The backside of Hollywood Blvd to represent DHS.. Photo from Laughing Place

Gottliebjess5 hours ago

Cinderella’s Castle is part of WDW. If it doesn’t represent WDW, what does? It’s an attraction and it’s being celebrated as part of the 50th. This is not intended to be combative, I’m really trying to understand your viewpoint on this. What is WDW and how do you celebrate it then?

MisterPenguin6 hours ago

And... it's by or on the castle. So, definitely not out of place.

Cmdr_Crimson6 hours ago

I question if this is permanent or will it be moved after the anniversary along with Mickey & Minnie to be placed somewhere else..

Figments Friend6 hours ago

I like the Cinderella artwork banners. :) -

Brian11 hours ago

Going on vacation for a few days so I'm just gonna prepare: I don't like it. Please quote above as new announcements are made. Thank you.

WondersOfLife12 hours ago

There’s a pattern at Epcot and MK, but not AK or HS.

Dan Deesnee12 hours ago

All the decorations look plastic is a common complaint. Now we're complaining because something looks hand made?

ImperfectPixie13 hours ago

Which is why I prefer that we don't do the equivalent of dressing it up like a clown (pukey pink cake).

dreday313 hours ago

How is celebrating Cinderella/Cinderella's castle not a part of the 50th? The castle is the one of the most memorable icons there is of Magic Kingdom!

hpyhnt 100013 hours ago

I don't know, have you seen how many special edition cupcakes Disney has put out? It is a running joke on here after all! ;) I'm with you on the gold, actually, and wonder how the castle would have looked in a white/blue/gold ribbon scheme vs. the pink/blue/"earidescent" ribbon we currently have. Funnily enough, you could argue it's now become part of the resort's history because it was so... memorable and opinions are still so strong about it. At any rate, a big birthday cake for a birthday celebration made a lot of sense to me, even if the execution quickly fell apart when you weren't looking straight down Main Street. But it was bold, fun, and certainly signaled, "Hey, something special is going on." Also, I'm ALL for decorating the castle (and other park icons) for these milestone events - have at it in my book! It's the Mary Blair specific banners that don't quite fit to me. As I said earlier, why not put MK or WDW concept art on them since it's WDW's 50th anniversary? The other banner with a simple 50 on it works.