Brandon Struve’s 4/20/10 Magic Kingdom Photo Report

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Big things are happening at the Magic Kingdom right now and WDWNT Reporter Brandon Struve visited the Magic Kingdom last night to see exactly what’s going on at the world’s leading theme park:

‘Tis a stormy night on the Seven Seas…. lagoon….

Not the Tron-o-rail

Welcome to the Magic Kingdom

The Summer Nightastic “light-up” balloons from Disneyland have arrived in Florida

Some of the Casey’s Corner facade on Main Street behind tarps

Liberty Tree Tavern behind walls and tarps as well

No, it can’t be….

Tarps are up yet again on Peter Pan’s Flight

Ariel’s Grotto is coming down slowly

Walls change colors as you progress towards Mickey’s Toontown Fair

This is a very strange sight….

Still no progress here

I feel like I’m at California Adventure….

Time is almost up for Mickey’s Toontown Fair

Time to blast off!

Perhaps a game before we go?

A building game of some kind

A new hidden mickey

Not many space travelers at this hour

The loading gate lights are still working :)

Trippy? It is 4/20…..

The RCA dog has returned to the exit ramp

You can visit him at Crater Caverns

The Supersonic Celebration stage is getting ready for Grad Nights

The Fireworks dessert parties are back. Notice it doesn’t say “Wishes!”

Another look at the work on Casey’s

Work continues on the Plaza Restaurant

Work also continues on the exterior of the Exposition Hall

A cool night shot


The Magic Kingdom maps have been changed again

Goodbye Ariel’s Grotto and Pooh’s Playful Spot

About the author

Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
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