Welcome to the final part of this new Magic Kingdom update (for PART 2, please, click on this link). We've something more to see around the park.
The last land that we can find in the park (going clockwise) is Tomorrowland:
The Disney Vacation Club booth in Tomorrowland still showcases the old DVC logo. It will change soon:
Work continues on the bases of the TTA Peoplemover:
A new themed popcorn cart has appeared near the Tomorrowland Stage:
The color scheme matches the color of the entrance of Space Mountain (green fluorescent):
The new flat screens at Stitch's Great Escape:
And now, let's have a look at some more miscellaneous news from around the park:
The "Celebrate a Dream Come True" parade is back...
The famous castle float now has a new sign, which says "Celebrate Today!," even though that campaign has been over since more than a year...
Oh, well. This parade is lame anyway.
Going back to Main Street, we noticed that they unveiled yet another new interactive element:
I love the small particulars:
There's even Marceline, the place where Walt Disney had a lot of childhood memories:
Oh, and here's another portal, found next to the Mickey's Philarmagic FASTPASS lane in Fantasyland:
Time to say goodbye:
- Outside the park -
Work should start soon on the future site of the new additional bus stops:
Also, as a bonus, here's a look at the craziness created by the recent Walt Disney World Marathon:
There were hundreds of buses like this one, taking around people who participated in the marathon:
Yes, those are bathrooms:
And this concludes our latest Magic Kingdom update (phew! It was long, wasn't it?) See you soon!
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