Magic Kingdom Update: Happily Ever After Debuts (PART 1)


This is a very exciting time for the Magic Kingdom Park. The new "Happily Eve After" show officially debuted on Friday, May 12, and it's already proving to be a hit among park Guests (we absolutely love it, but we'll share our personal thoughts on another occasion, as we plan on viewing this nighttime spectacular again in the coming days).
In addition to that, there are plenty of refurbishments that are currently taking place around the park. Join us and take a look around to see what's new since our last visit.


Welcome to Magic Kingdom:

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The Emporium is once again behind tarps:

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This view never gets old:

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This park is truly beautiful:

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A new tree was recently planted by one of the castle towers:

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New lights used for the new nighttime show can be seen near the walkway leading to Fantasyland:

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These spotlights are an amazing addition. You'll see why a little later...

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Let's enter Liberty Square:

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We have less than two months before The Hall of Presidents reopens to Guests:

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In Adventureland, the Sunshine Tree Terrace is also covered by tarps:

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A few tables have been placed in the veranda:

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Work is also being done on the facade of Island Supply:

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Some of the nearby facades should be repainted/touched up as well:

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More tables can now be found in this area:

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Comments

  1. An animatronic Trump...
    This is gonna be weird.

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  2. Regarding the picture where the caption says "this view never gets old" ... exactly what view are you referring to? The view of the castle or the view of the backside of a photopass photographer! :p

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    1. I assumed it was the photographer?

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  3. Welcome to Tarpland, please enjoy our construction and thanks for the $100.00

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    1. Would you rather it close for the season so when it reopens it has twice as many people? Meaning you still pay $110 to get in but do less than half the stuff you normally would.

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