New guidemaps for select areas at the Walt Disney World Resort will soon be in circulation starting this Friday. On Sept. 25, the annual Epcot International Food & Wine Festival kicks off with a new guidemap featuring new creative and logos for the seasonal event. On September 27, Magic Kingdom Park debuts a new guidemap featuring the Move It! Shake It! Dance and Play It! Street Party. It will include the newly expanded hub area and various food & beverage updates.




On Sept. 29, Downtown Disney debuts a new guidemap featuring Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC. In preparation for the property’s name change, all references of Downtown Disney have been updated to Disney Springs. The new boat dock at The Landing has also been added providing Guests transportation to nearby Resorts and the Marketplace/West Side neighborhoods.


The new theme park guidemaps will include updated English maps, as well as all five translations and the Guide for Guests with Disabilities (with the exception of the new Disney Springs guidemap and the Tips for Visiting guide, which only include the English translation).

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5 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Is the "new" Magic Kingdom Hub area complete? We're heading down on 10/4 and was hoping it'd be done. Thank you! Great updates, I really appreciate all the photos and great write-ups.

Jason said...

No it's not complete yet. Another 2 weeks or less. Should be done before the first Not So Scary Halloween Party.

Anonymous said...

I think they've had a few Halloween Parties already.

Anonymous said...

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party started on September 15th.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know how "complete" the Magic Kingdom Hub is?

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