Main Street Confectionery opens in temporary location at Main Street Cinema

Mar 29, 2021 in "Main Street Cinema - The Art of Disney"

Temporary Main Street Confectionery
Posted: Monday March 29, 2021 7:49am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Magic Kingdom's Main Street Confectionery has closed today to begin a large scale refurbishment project, with Main Street Cinema stepping in as the new temporary location for candy and treats on Main Street U.S.A.

Stepping inside you'll find the usual assortment of mostly pre-packaged items that were sold in Main Street Confectionery.

Candy Apples and rice crispy treats remain on sale, but you won't find things like cupcakes and fudge.

Operating hours are from park open to park close.

The Disney collectibles and artwork that were previously on sale at Main Street Cinema are now available at Bonjour! Village Gifts in Fantasyland.

At the Main Street Confectionery, some of the window displays are still in place, and others are blacked out.

Signage on the front directs guests to Main Street Cinema.

A reopening date for Main Street Confectionery isn't yet available, but it runs through to at least mid-June. Along with a new interior design, the store will be expanded into some of the neighboring space from The Chapeau. The new store will also feature more customization options.

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MansionButler846 days ago

The only thing that could hold for this long is fondant. Once they scrape that off, you will see that is has been covering a swamp for 50 years.

MisterPenguin6 days ago

Is the facade whipped cream, butter cream, or fondant?

DCBaker6 days ago

Animaniac93-98Apr 07, 2021

I was hoping Blad Chapek would be the mascot for the Harmony Barber Shop. ;)

castlecake2.0Apr 07, 2021

They still do embroidery at Disney Springs at Wonderful World of Memories (across from the Christmas store)

TuvaluApr 07, 2021

Fantasy Faire has embroidery stations.

MansionButler84Apr 06, 2021

I understand Le Chapeau will be renamed Le Chapek.

nicb88Apr 06, 2021

It was mentioned that the embroidery stations were being moved to Town Hall, so literally five seconds walk from Le Chapeau.

MagicHappens1971Apr 05, 2021

Big Top embroiders them, as well as a few other locations. I know Big Top is currently closed, but I don’t think embroidered Mickey ears are going anywhere.

JoeCamelApr 02, 2021

But they will make it up in volume and reduced costs (so says the sharp pencil guy)

TrainChasersApr 02, 2021

Another touch of Disney magic gone.... (embroidered Mickey ears.) They are gonna budget cut these parks until there’s nothing left but cupcake parties.

UNCgolfApr 01, 2021

I'm pretty sure EPCOT and DHS also have stores that will embroider them (or did at one point; not sure if they still do), but I think there are multiple locations at the MK that do it. EDIT: Looks like Sir Mickey's and Big Top Souvenirs both also did it at least at one point, as did MouseGear at EPCOT (obviously not at the moment). Apparently the place that used to offer it at DHS has changed into a sweet shop but may still offer embroidery in the back? It was offered at Disney Springs at one point as well, and was briefly offered at Animal Kingdom but stopped pretty quickly. Maybe they're planning to phase it out entirely as another way to cut expenses because I just read it's no longer offered at Sir Mickey's either.

JoeCamelApr 01, 2021

Can you get them personalized or was the hat store the only place? If they still do that