One of the busiest times of the year is back, bringing thousands and thousands of visitors from all over the country (and the world) to the Central Florida area. Thanks to the newly-expanded hub, the entrance area of the Magic Kingdom Park didn't feel as cramped this time. That said, areas such as Frontierland and Tomorrowland still feel very crowded. We hope something will be done in those areas in the near future. Let's start to take a look around:
Welcome to the second part of this new Magic Kingdom Park photo-report. As always, you are encouraged to check PART 1 before proceeding.
Previously, we visited Town Square, Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, and more. While the majority of the work is currently being done in those themed areas, there is still a lot to see. We will now continue out tour by checking out Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, and more.
You finally reached the third (and final) part of this Magic Kingdom update. As a reminder, you can find PART 2 of this photo-report by clicking on this link.
As you have seen, there are a lot of minor news to report from this park (we wish Epcot and Disney's Hollywood Studios would receive the same amount of attention; alas, it looks like things are moving at a much slower pace in those parks), but we are not done yet. Let's complete our tour of the park:
Guests visiting Busch Gardens Tampa are invited to celebrate the beautiful Earth we all share during Earth Day on Saturday, April 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The celebration will be filled with Earth Day-themed animal interactions, keeper talks, games and giveaways throughout the park. Multiple animal enrichment activities will take place at the habitats including elephants, gorillas, tigers, lions, orangutans, and cheetahs. See below on times for each activity.
As the Disney “Festival of Fantasy Parade” at Magic Kingdom Park crosses the one-year anniversary mark, the show’s magic, beauty, and thrills have not faded or subsided. This is thanks to the dedication of Entertainment and Engineering teams both backstage and on, as they plan and put on this tremendous parade every day. The Cosmetology efforts have helped craft some of the many special and dazzling details for this wonderful daytime parade.
Visiting the Downtown Disney area in the next few months? If you are planning on doing so, you will be happy to know that some of the (many) walls that have been up for months around multiple areas of this entertainment district were recently removed, providing a much better experience to Guests. Of course, we are still in the middle of the biggest expansion in Downtown Disney's history, so there's still a lot to do. Let's see what was done in the past few weeks.