Magic Kingdom Update: Evening in Tomorrowland (Part 2)


Welcome to the second part of our latest Magic Kingdom Park photo-report. Be sure to check out PART 1 before proceeding any further.
As you have noticed in the previous part of this update, there are a few minor projects going on around the entrance area of the park, Main Street U.S.A., and Fantasyland. Let's continue taking a look around the park. If you enjoyed the photos of the Main Street Electrical Parade, you will surely enjoy these:


Time to check out Wishes - A Magical Gathering of Disney Dreams:


















Heading to Adventureland:


Pirates of the Caribbean is rumored to be going down for a major refurbishment soon. We are really glad to hear that, as the ride's current conditions are absolutely shameful.


Frontierland:











And now, enjoy some photos of a (almost) completely empty Tomorrowland:
























Time to head back home...



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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer. ©2015 Disney. All Rights Reserved.

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Comments

  1. I haven't been on Pirates in a few years. Whats shameful about its current state? Is the final Captain Jack animatronic broken and they added a strobe light to make it look like he was moving? ;)

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  2. A ten minute wait for Big Thunder Mountain? I'll take it! :)

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  3. A summary from wdwmagic:
    Mist projection
    Boats getting stuck or taking on water
    RCS
    Flume
    Backstage infrastructure
    Belt motors
    Show lighting
    Show audio mix and balance
    Speakers

    Animatronics are constantly non-working with their lights turned off to hide them (like the entire musician scene). The scariest part is that it is evacuated several times a day, which is dangerous for the workers and guests. Guests falling into dangerous water areas is not uncommon during evacuations.

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