This is a very special Fantasyland update, as we've included not only pictures taken from inside the Magic Kingdom park, but also from a nearby building, which is very tall and provides some great views of the area.
Yes, it' the Contemporary Resort. We took that idea from other pictures we saw on other sites, so we decided to give it a try, and it was really worth it. Take a look by yourself, and see if you can get some new details of the new Fantasyland area:

The back of the Castle is still under tarp, and work will continue for the rest of the year:

"la Fontaine de Cendrillon" (Cinderella's fountain) has gone under a rehab:

The Skyway Station still shows no work at all:

It's a Small World had an extended queue. Yes, it was busy:

A new wall has popped-up near the carousel and Dumbo... and, no, this time they are not removing a planter. What are they doing then?:

Fantasyland looks very nice without all the planters in the middle, but we need more flowers and nature around there, maybe next to some buildings:

Work continues on the Little Mermaid's building facade:

The Beauty and the Beast area:

A better view of Belle's cottage:

The rockwork included in this expansion is going to be massive:

Work on the queue building of the new Double Dumbo:

Work continues on the old "Mickey's Toontown Fair":

And there's also progress on the Barnstormer's building:


And now, some great, High-Resolution pictures of the Fantasyland Expansion area, from the top of the world, that is, the lounge on top of the Contemporary resort:

The Little Mermaid has a huge amount of steel to showcase:

One side of the Little Mermaid's showbuilding is green, the other is beige:

A look at Beast's Castle:

Height comparison between Cinderella castle and the new Beast's Castle:

Belle's village is still taking shape:

Notice the entrance door and the windows of the castle!:

Belle's cottage:

The rockwork:

And we'll end this update with a view of Cinderella's Castle with a fantastic background:

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