Please, take note of the following advisory affecting the Magic Kingdom Park: "The FastPass+ kiosks at Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin officially closed today (Sunday, September 21, 2014). All Guests looking to book a FastPass+ reservation will now be directed to the second (permanent) Tomorrowland FastPass+ kiosk location near Stitch’s Great Escape!" Thank you for your attention. If you have any question, feel free to contact us.
Hello, Orlando Theme Park News Readers, and welcome to this new I-Drive 360 photo-report! Today, we will take a look at the major attractions that are currently under construction in thin new entertainment district, which is definitely going to be a very popular place to have fun, shop, and enjoy a meal. We are sure that this will be an appealing area to both visitors and locals, thanks to the many offerings that will be included. Let's now start to walk around the area:
Welcome to PART 2 of our newest I-Drive 360 photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers. PART 1 of this update can be found by clicking here.
In the previous part, we took a close look at the beautiful Orlando Eye observation wheel, the Madame Tussauds museum, and the Sea Life Aquariums from the top of the parking garage, and we enjoyed the beauty of the area surrounding these attractions. Let us now continue our tour of this entertainment district:
Work in the Downtown Disney area proceeds very quickly as the entire area continues to morph into Disney Springs. While no new businesses have opened in the past month or so, we are reaching the most important phase of construction, as almost all the areas that will be changed as part of this major project are now behind walls. Here you are a snapshot of the several projects that are underway this week at the Downtown Disney Area:
Beginning today (September 21, 2014), work will start to make adjustments to the lighting, handrails, and staircases of the various monorail stations located around the Walt Disney World Resort, beginning with the Transportation and Ticket Center. The construction is expected to be complete by late 2015 and will not impact operating hours or the Guest experience. Monorail service will continue to be available from all stations while work is taking place.