Magic Kingdom Update: Spring Break Crowds (PART 2)

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.

In Frontierland, we noticed that the proposed FastPass+ line for "A Pirate's Adventure" has finally...

...been converted into a seating area for the nearby Golden Oak Outpost:

By the way, the dining location is actually open:

Frontierland is always a very popular land, mostly thanks to its two major E-Ticket rides:

Then, there's also this wonderful (and relaxing) attraction:

Visiting the island:

Aunt Polly's Refreshments is actually open during this time of the year. It closes daily at 4:00 p.m.

Plenty of tables are available:

Sadly, we got there at 5:00 p.m.:

Tom Sawyer's Island provides some fantastic views of the lands surrounding it. Take a look!:

By the way, both docks are being used this week:

Fort Langhorn:

When we got back to Frontierland, we saw this:

90-minute wait for Big Thunder Mountain:

A line for the FastPass+ queue:

A temporary sign directs people to the nearest FastPass+ kiosk:

Splash Mountain is busy. No further comments are needed:

The rest of Frontierland:

Beautiful ducks:

The Diamond Horseshoe restaurant is also currently open. It operates as a quick-service location for lunch and then becomes an all-you-care-to-eat restaurant for dinner:

The menu:

A loo inside:

Liberty Square:

Entering Fantasyland:

50-minute wait for "it's a small world":

It's worse than it sounds:

1 comment:

  1. I can never understand why Tom Sawyer island is still there. For Disney it's a very poor area and the area could be used for a big E ticket ride or a couple of filler attractions to help the queues for Splash and yen mine train.


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