Magic Kingdom: Central Hub Construction Update & More

Welcome to our newest photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers!
Today we are going to take a look around the Magic Kingdom Park. In this particular update we will focus solely on the Central Hub expansion (which is a major project scheduled to be completed by Summer 2015). We will cover the rest of the park (including Fantasyland) in a separate update. So, without further ado, let us embark on this virtual tour of the Magic Kingdom:

Entering the park:

Main Street U.S.A.:

Work on the moat:

The area being worked on, as seen from another angle:

The entire area will soon have a quite different look:

A few more photos taken around the Seven Seas Lagoon:

Don't forget to check out our newest Disney's Polynesian Resort expansion update:

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


  1. Quite a bit of work. Saw cutting all that concrete takes time.

    Remember folks, their working right next to the first level - the utilidor - and on top of it (its roof). And given the central location and limited time available at night, this is a difficult job.

    There obviously has been a lot of underground electrical, irrigation, etc spread around there that has be taken apart, new to be installed.

    Haste makes waste.

  2. they're* ugh my bad lol

  3. This is true, first Anonymous... it looks like from the youtube concept video that most of that area will become a concrete deck. I predict that they will put in box tunnels first so that the water can continue to flow under the new structure. This will take time, but it will look great, and more open. It will also provide a nice way for crowds to move toward the rumored Main Street bypass.

  4. Thank you for the reminder, because it won't be long before we start to hear how Universal could have had this project done by now.


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