Not much is currently going on at Magic Kingdom, even though the park is still reaping benefits resulting from the opening of the New Fantasyland area a few years ago and, more recently, the expanded hub and the Skipper Canteen.
Of course, minor projects continue to take place around the park to improve the Guest experience even more. One of these projects involved the refurbishment of the Cinderella Castle towers. Take a quick look around the park with us.


It's always great to see the Main Street Vehicles riding along Main Street U.S.A. during the morning:



Due to concrete work, Cast Members performing in the Trolley Show were using the Fire Engine:




Concrete work continues to be done in the area:




The large crane seen next to Cinderella Castle was up during the morning:



New trees have been planted by the outdoor seating area of Casey's Corner:





Some very colorful flowers now adorn both sides of the walkway leading to the First Aid:



Entering Adventureland:



Rafiki was just walking around the area:




Heading to the Caribbean Plaza:




While the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction still looks great after the major refurbishment it received, we noticed a couple of issues during our last visit. First of all, the Auctioneer could not be heard due to sound issues. All the other characters could be heard very well, but the voice of the Auctioneer was very faint. In addition to that, a new, temporary-looking wall has been installed behind the pirate stealing the hats and attempting to board a boat. We have no idea about its purpose:




Captain Jack Sparrow:




Guests were waiting in line to experience Country Bear Jamboree, which opened at 11 a.m.:




In the afternoon, the crane working on Cinderella Castle was lowered:




Some work continues to be done right outside the Castle Couture shop:





Work also continues to be done on the ramp on the left side of the castle:





Thanks for visiting the park with us!:



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

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