In the past few days, a new security setup was implemented at the Magic Kingdom.
Gone is the single bag check area at the front of the park. That tiny area is now wide open (even though the shelters are still present... for now), and Guests are now being screened at the Transportation & Ticket Center and at the monorail stations located at the Disney hotels around the Seven Seas Lagoon. Guests who arrive by bus now go through a much larger bag check area located closer to the bus stops. Take a look:


First of all, note that these photos were taken a few days before the new system was actually implemented. Taking pictures of (active) security setups in the area's theme parks is frowned upon for obvious reasons:

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These temporary tents are used to screen Guests coming from the Magic Kingdom bus loop:

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The first tent houses the actual bag check process, while the second tent is used to protect metal detectors:

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You can be sure that these tents will be replaced by permanent shelters once the best location is chosen:

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Work continues to take place around the Magic Kingdom's monorail station:

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Welcome to Magic Kingdom:

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The roof of the Emporium got a new color scheme:

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Walking down Main Street, U.S.A.:

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The new Happily Ever After nighttime spectacular will debut soon. We can't wait!:

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Our next stop will be Tomorrowland:

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Stitch's Great Escape was closed (as expected):

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Moving on:

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Let's take another look at Joffrey's Revive, the land's new coffee kiosk:

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Here you are a few more photos of Tomorrowland:

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The expansion of the outdoor seating area of Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe continues:

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