It has been a few weeks since we’ve had a phot report on WDW News Today, but WDWNT Reporter Josh Siegel visited the Magic Kingdom yesterday and took some newsworthy photos, thus ending our photo report drought:
Let’s hop on the monorail…. or not…
A more permanent eatery has been built at the Transportation and Ticket Center
Let’s take the ferry!
Fantasyland cranes visible from miles away
The Magic Kingdom is ready for the holidays
Decorations at the Exposition Hall
Work continues on the facade, even during park hours
We can see you…
The window is actually a door for maintenance
Disney Clothiers facade still behind tarps
The new roof is up at the Mad Tea Party
The new color scheme is not as jarring as the strange lines running up the new roof
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is back while work continues on the new facade and interactive queue
The attraction description is under a “Pooh-Coo Clock”
The wait time posted on a scroll
Guests are still be routed through the walls
Pooh’s Thoughtful Spot is now Hundred Acre Goods
Workers finishing the new queue area
Giant book pages will still appear in the new queue
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger are once again greeting guests across the path
Mrs. Potts’ Cupboard will be getting a name change soon to “Fairy Tale Treats”
The Fantasyland pin cart is no more, now the Fantasyland Phineas and Ferb cart is in place…
Whether you enjoy the show or not, you have to agree there has to be a better place to sell this stuff! (The Emporium, County Bounty, etc.)
A look over the Fantasyland walls reveals a lot of new progress on the Fantasyland Forest
Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid is rising quickly
The “Be Our Guest” restaurant is coming along as well
A temporary structure on top of the Little Mermaid building
Maybe we should see if Dumbo will help us see over the walls?
If you print out the next three construction photos, you can make a Fantasyland Forest flip book….
A look from high in the sky at the “Be Our Guest restaurant
The Little Mermaid building
“Be Our Guest” restaurant
Back to Mermaid….
A look into the Pooh interactive queue
Looks like the queue building for “Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid” is going up next to the show building
In Tomorrowland, the Coca-Cola Cool Scanner is still behind walls
We leave you with a shot of Space Mountain
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