Visiting the Central Florida parks during "spring break" can be quite challenging due to the massive amounts of crowds that come to enjoy their time off. Out of all the area's theme parks, the busiest is the Magic Kingdom Park, but that doesn't mean that those who visit these attractions won't get rewarded for their patience. Indeed, the parks offer extended operating hours and additional shows during this time of the year. Oh, and fans can also look forward to new offerings, too. Let's see what's new this week.


First of all, and additional loading zone for parking trams is taking shape at the TTC:

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The sign installed in front of Magic Kingdom's entrance was recently changed:

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This is no longer "THE" Magic Kingdom:

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The Walt Disney World Railroad recently reopened after a refurbishment:

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The station looks great:

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The ramps have been repainted:

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Tarps are still up in front of the Emporium:

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Heading to the hub:

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Our second stop will be Tomorrowland:

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These photos were taken on the last day of operation of Stitch's Great Escape (March 17):

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A temporary sign advised Guests that the attraction was operating:

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Let's continue our tour of this land of Tomorrow:

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The new Joffrey's Revive coffee kiosk is now open near the entrance of Space Mountain:

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Moving on:

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Wall are still up around Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe as the outdoor seating area gets expanded:

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