A few weeks ago, we reported that the security setup at the Magic Kingdom Park had received major changes, as some bag check locations (including the metal detectors) have been moved closer to the bus stops, while others have been relocated to the Transportation & Ticket Center and the monorail stations at the Disney resorts located around the Seven Seas Lagoon. This afternoon we will take a closer look at some of these changes; afterwards, we will head inside Magic Kingdom to see what's new.


The tram stops have been moved away from the awnings at the Transportation & Ticket Center:

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The area under the awnings is now used as a bag check location:

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Work continues to be done around Magic Kingdom's monorail station:

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The plaza in front of the park looks great without lines:

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We expect to see these structures disappear in the coming months:

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The "Ferryboat" sign was recently changed to "Disney Buses":

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The new bag check area for Guests taking the buses has been moved closer to the bus shelters:

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It's time to enter the Magic Kingdom Park:

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The worst time to enter the park would be... this:

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The new color scheme of the roof of the Emporium looks quite nice, don't you think?:

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Walking down Main Street U.S.A.:

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The expanded hub was definitely needed:

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Our next stop will be Tomorrowland:

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Stitch's Great Escape is closed again. Don't worry, though, as it will reopen on May 28:

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Moving on:

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The dance party that take place daily in Tomorrowland will end soon:

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Let's continue our tour of the area:

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The outdoor seating area of Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe is being expanded:

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4 Comment(s):

Gabriel said...

Hey OTPN! Nice Job!

I want to ask something. Why Magic Kingdon is so crowed in April? It isnt unusual? Did you took the pictures in a weekend?

Thanks for bring us the news.

Anonymous said...

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@Gabriel: Thank you for the kind comment, we appreciate that! The Magic Kingdom Park is always quite busy, even during the slower months of the year. Also, the Star Wars Marathon brought quite a few runners to the area, which has surely contributed to that.

Unknown said...

We do find the ramps at the Monorail are steep, and hard work using a manual wheelchair

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