Now that one of the busiest times of the year is finally behind us, the Magic Kingdom Park is starting to work on some of the areas of the park in need of a refurbishment.
As you will see in this update, the Walt Disney World Railroad is currently closed for a quite extensive refurbishment, and some of facades around the park are behind tarps. In addition to that, The Hall of Presidents is also temporarily closed and will reopen in June with the addition of the new President. Come and check out the park with us.


First of all, take a look at the expanded esplanade leading to the ferryboats and buses:

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It's time to enter the Magic Kingdom Park:

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As you can see, the Main Street station is completely covered in tarps:

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Here's the back of the station:

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It's closed:

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The view from the train station is great:

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The facade of the Emporium is also behind tarps:

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Heading towards the hub:

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Let's check out Tomorrowland:

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Stitch's Great Escape is once again closed:

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The area is being used as a stroller parking:

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Moving on:

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We love the new sign of the Carousel of Progress:

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Walls are up near the Tomorrowland stage:

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Continuing our tour of the land:

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2 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

I think Disney should remove the Tomorrowland Stage. It is such an eyesore. I like the idea of having a stage show in Tomorrowland, but they should've refurbished the stage they had that was in between Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin and Walt Disney's Carousel Of Progress. That theater was fine in my opinion. If they want to use the stage for street entertainment during their special events that's cool, but Disney should make it a temporary stage and remove it after the holiday season.

Anonymous said...

"Welcome to the Magic Tarp Kingdom, thanks for your $100.00 sucker."

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