Magic Kingdom Update: The Slow Season Still Exists! (PART 1)

Believe it or not, the slow season still exists at the Magic Kingdom Park! Over the past few years, we have noticed that the park continues to get busier and busier, making it very challenging to experience its attractions without having to deal with massive crowds.

That being said, beginning from the weekend before the arrival of Hurricane Dorian, the area's theme parks (including the Magic Kingdom Park) have seen a noticeable decline in crowds, signaling the start of the "real" slow season!

Let's begin our tour of the park to see what's new:

First of all, behold a nearly empty Main Street, U.S.A.

Heading to Tomorrowland:

The Tomorrowland sign is still missing:

New tables and chairs can be found in the seasonal Tomorrowland Terrace restaurant:

Stitch is still MIA:

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What do you think about Tomorrowland's new color scheme?

Astro Orbiter is still closed for refurbishment:

The outdoor queue area of Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin was not being used:

The PeopleMover:

Beautiful, isn't it?:

The new Tron Lighcycle Run attraction continues to take shape. More photos of this new ride can be seen HERE.

A quiet Tomorrowland:

As you can see, Coca-Cola has been available on other planets even before it landed on Batuu:

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