The Magic Kingdom Park continues to be one of the parks with the biggest amount of construction in the Central Florida area (following the example set by Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Busch Gardens Tampa, and Universal's Islands of Adventure). While a few sections of the central hub are still behind walls, work continues to take place along Main Street U.S.A., on the former Adventureland Veranda, and the shuttered Tomorrowland Arcade. Take a look:
Another beautiful morning:
The Welcome Show:
Inside the park, we noticed that work is being done near the Car Barn in Town Square:
The refurbishment of the facades located on the right side of Main Street U.S.A. continues:
The hub (click here for more construction photos)
Work continues to take place all around the Adventureland Veranda:
Walls around the restaurant's patio:
Jungle Cruise was closed for refurbishment in the past few weeks. It should reopen on May 8, 2015:
Pirates of the Caribbean will close soon for a major refurbishment:
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad was down:
A quiet Fantasyland:
Space Mountain looks very clean now. This is great to see:
And that is all for now. Before concluding, remember to like us on our official Facebook page and follow us on Twitter for live updates from the parks. Thank you for your support, and see you again real soon!
PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.