Magic Kingdom Update: Hub Expansion (PART 3)

Welcome to PART 3 of our newest Magic Kingdom photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers! PART 2 of this update can be found by clicking here.

In part 2, we enjoyed taking a look around Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, and parts of Fantasyland. Now we will continue to take a look around the park, as we come to the conclusion of this photo-update:

The refurbishment of the Pinocchio Village Haus continues:

The back of Cinderella Castle:

The Fantasyland Forest:

Family photo!:

The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train:

Behind the walls:

Storybook Circus:

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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Photographer and Team Member.



  1. Really really curious to see the mine train mountain at night - what kind of atmosphere they create.

  2. The Magic Kingdom has turned into the Tarp Kingdom. If I spent $100 to go there and saw the condition og the park I would be pissed off. Walt would never let his park be seen in such a state.

  3. This is a lot of tarps? What was it six months ago then?

  4. Someone might want to look back and see the shape Disneyland was in on opening day.

    All this Walt talk is silly, totally subjective, and pointless.

    If you really want to be negative, go to Disboards. That place is whine and cry central. You'll be welcomed with open arms.

  5. It involves the improvements. The results will be magical. The area is a little different now but the soul is still there. I think they do a great job about hiding the work that's being done behind the tarps. That's something themeparks here in The Netherlands can learn from. Matthew from The Netherlands.

  6. Seems like that Disney is always "improving"? It looks completely tacky. If I dropped $100 for a ticket to see THAT I would be pissed off. And hardly any of the "improvements" has any substance. For what Disney spent on there "improvements" another park could of added 6 new rides.

    1. *could've (not could of) hahaha


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