“Fall at Disney Springs” Offers Fun Autumn Inspired Decor and Treats

Hi everyone!

I visited Disney Springs a few different days last week and have some photos to share of Fall at Disney Springs. There is a lot of new signage/banners – you can see one sign below the big Mickey pumpkin (which has been at Walt Disney World for years). I also photographed a few of the treats. And don’t forget WonderFall Flavors, which runs through November 6th, 2018 – guests can order food and beverage pairings of autumn inspired dishes at 14 restaurants.

Even though it has been 90 degrees during the day, it’s nice to see the autumn colors on the signs and banners. Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party kicked off over a month ago now so we are like halfway through Halloween season now.

There are also some displays with flowers, pumpkins and hay.

The fountain near Lime Garage has “Fall at Disney Springs” around it.

Fall at Disney Springs is on the bandstand.

A scarecrow display is close to Once Upon a Toy.

Even the Marketplace train has decor, both off and on the train.

Fall at Disney Springs can be seen here.

And leaves brighten up the train as well.

The big Mickey pumpkin is near Earl of Sandwich, I think it used to be at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party years ago too (not sure on this exact pumpkin, but the same design).

There is a dance party and a backdrop for photos.

The dance party was going on near Once Upon a Toy and the big pumpkin.

The “Fall” looks really bright when it gets darker out.

A Fall at Disney Springs backdrop is in front of the Photopass location.

There are not only autumn drinks at Starbucks (Marketplace) including the Pumpkin Spice Latte, but a new Apple Cider Donut too. Remember you can earn points AND use Starbucks rewards at the Disney Springs locations! In the parks you can earn points but not use rewards.

At Amorette’s Patisserie, you can find a small autumn cake.

And at Disney’s Candy Cauldron, there are treats including Halloween cake pops.

Jack Skellington cake pops.

And Halloween candy apples.

My next “fall” article will be about the Port Orleans French Quarter Scavenger Hunt! But hard to believe, we should start seeing Christmas moving in within about 6 weeks, even though we are still in summer weather here. Hopefully we’ll see a cool down soon so it can really feel like fall. ūüôā