Little by little, the expanded central hub of the Magic Kingdom Park continues to take shape, allowing even more Guests to freely walk around one of the most congested areas in any theme park. This is especially important on days like this one, when record crowds come to enjoy a day (or just an evening) in the park.
As you will see, not a lot changed since our last visit, even though tarps are finally down on Main Street and some small structures are more visible now.

Guests can once again enjoy a tarp-free view of Main Street, U.S.A. Take a look:

The removal of the scaffolding revealed a new color scheme for the facade of Uptown Jewelers:

These photos were taken just yesterday:

It was busy, but it didn't feel as busy as last year (at least in the hub):

The center of the hub looks great now:

Notice the plants and flowers adorning the area:

The new towers:

All of the new structures now have their own roof:

The new, themed shelter on the west side of the hub continues to take shape:

Time to leave the park:

And that is all for now. Thank you for your support, and see you again real soon!

PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer. 

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