Welcome to the second part of our newest Magic Kingdom Park photo-report. As always, be sure to check out PART 1 of this update before proceeding.
In the previous part of this update, we took a look around the area surrounding the entrance of the park, Main Street U.S.A., the hub, and Tomorrowland. Now we will focus on the most popular themed land of the park: Fantasyland. While there's not a lot going on there, it is one of the park's most photogenic areas!


The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train still has outrageous wait times:

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The Little Mermaid-themed area is one of our favorites:

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The Beauty and the Beast area also looks great:

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Winnie the Pooh is pretty popular too:

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Moving on to the older section of Fantasyland:

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"it's a small world" is open to Guests, but some sections of the facade are still behind walls:

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Peter Pan's Flight is busy as always:

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Peter Pan's Flight is one of the busiest attraction in the busiest land of the busiest park in the world:

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In Liberty Square, some parts of the facade of the Haunted Mansion are also still surrounded by tarps:

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