No matter the time of year, the Magic Kingdom Parks seems to always be unbelievably busy. While this is to be expected since this is still the most visited theme park on the planet, it's nice to be able to enjoy lower wait times and emptier walkways every once in a while. To our surprise, the park seemed to be quieter than usual just a few days after July 4th. Join us as we take a look around the various themed areas of this amazing park to see what's new since our last visit.
The Walt Disney World Railroad was down due to technical difficulties:
Main Street, U.S.A.:
Some of the facades on the left side of Main Street are currently behind tarps:
Let's head to Adventureland:
The facade of the Sunshine Tree Terrace is also being refurbished:
It feels like they have been working on the facade of Island Supply for a while now...
A 35-minute wait for Pirates of the Caribbean is not too bad (especially since they added FastPass+):
Splash Mountain had a long wait time due to the heat:
Big Thunder Mountain had a 30-minute wait. Not bad at all considering it's July!:
In Liberty Square, The Hall of Presidents is still closed: