"Where in the world has the slow season gone?" That's exactly what we thought during our most recent trip to the Magic Kingdom. The first two or three weeks of May have always been viewed as the best time to visit the Central Florida theme parks. To a certain extent, that is still true, as the majority of the other parks are seeing slower wait ties and fewer crowds; that said, Magic Kingdom continues to prove to be an exception. Now that the rant is over, let's walk around the park.
The restrooms by City Hall continue to be closed for a major (and much needed) refurbishment:
A sea of crowds could be seen along Main Street U.S.A.:
The parade passed by the area more than an hour later:
Work continues to take place on the Castle Stage:
The stage itself has been completely resurfaced:
We had never noticed these stairs before:
This is how the area looked about an hour before the parade:
This is how it looked when the parade was about to come by the hub:
The Jungle Cruise's wait time was not too bad:
Do you remember when Pirates of the Caribbean was a walk-through attraction? I do!:
It's time to visit Frontierland:
Almost an hour wait for Splash Mountain. It is worth it, though!:
The Liberty Square Riverboat Landing is being refurbished:
It is still slow season but they have cut so many jobs the rides run at half capacity.
When were you there wsm918?