Magic Kingdom Update: Work on New Tron Roller Coaster Continues (PART 1)

Every time we visit the Magic Kingdom Park we notice something new, and that's not surprising at all, especially since this is the most visited theme park in the world. As you will see, a large number of temporary walls can be spotted in almost every single themed land of the park. Let's take a look around.

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Today we will begin by checking out Fantasyland:

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Prince Charming Regal Carrousel continues to be surrounded by tarps:

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The top of the carousel has been temporarily removed:

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A small section of the concrete behind the carousel is being replaced:

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Let's head to the Fantasyland Forest:

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The water feature of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is still off:

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As we mentioned on our Facebook and Twitter pages, the Fantasyland Forest is really starting to look a lot more like a real forest, as the trees in the area have grown a lot in the past few years:

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The trees that were replaced after Hurricane Irma are also growing:

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Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid:

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We never noticed these benches before. We love the details!:

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A new sign was recently added to the original marquee of Ariel's Grotto. It appears that some Guests mistakenly lined up here thinking that they were entering the queue for the ride (which is located next door):

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