A quick trip through the Magic Kingdom on Saturday revealed a number of changes coming to the park. There are also a few fun new pieces of merchandise to peruse. Click on any image to see a larger version. Now, let’s get started.
There did appear to be just a bit less of the holiday themed decor this year than before. But it was still a few days ahead of the 1st official Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, so more may be coming.
A lot more to see below the jump:
This was a glass half-full situation. On one hand it’s nice to see that cheesy Balzac vendor gone. On the other hand, they just replaced it with more cheap plastic crap. I would rather have seen something Tomorrowland themed or unique to the park.
The new Fantasyland Train Station (or could be Storybook Circus station, depending on how they decide to name it) is coming along nice. It’s cinderblock now, but should have a nice themed brick look when it is done.
There doesn’t appear to have been much work done on Dumbo, but there were workers busy adding something along the roofline area. You can’t see it in this photo, but work on the foundations for the twin spinners has begun. This is also supposed to open in the 1st phase, so let’s hope work gets done fast!
Thanks so much for reading part 1 of this update. We’ll see you real soon in part 2.