Magic Kingdom Update: New Entrance Sign & More (PART 2)


Welcome to the second part of our newest Magic Kingdom Park photo-report, OTPN Readers. Don't forget to check out PART 1 of this update before proceeding.
In the previous part, we took a quick look around the Transportation & Ticket Center, the main entrance of the park, Main Street U.S.A., the central hub, and Tomorrowland. While we have already covered quite a few areas, there's still much more to see. It's time to head to Fantasyland (including Storybook Circus), Liberty Square, and more.


Fantasyland wait times:

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Enjoy some more photos taken around the Fantasyland Forest:

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We rarely step inside Storybook Circus nowadays. Why don't we check it out?:

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Let's now head to the original Fantasyland:

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Liberty Square:

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A packed Frontierland:

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Entering Adventureland:

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The Swiss Family Treehouse was a walk-on (it's not unusual to have a 15-minute wait for this walk-through exhibit when the rest of the park is this busy), so you can still temporarily get away from the crowds:

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And that is all for now. Before concluding, remember to like us on our official Facebook page and follow us on Twitter for live updates from the parks. If you would like to make a donation to OTPN, feel free to use the "DONATE" button found on the sidebar. Thank you for your support, and see you again soon.

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

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Comments

  1. the new tram gates are here because disney is moving security to the TTC and all of the resorts instead of just in front of the parks.

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  2. How can anyone actually enjoy the parks when they are this crowded? I mean 55 minutes for the Barnstormer? That ride is less than a minute long and isn't even an original design. I don't see how the casual park goer isn't instantly turned off by these massive crowds and long wait times. If I were someone who really didn't care about disney and went on a day like this, I would say never again and be done with them. Fortunately I do care about disney and know to look at crowd calendar first.

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  3. I think you answered your own question.

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