While Tom is still down in WDW at the Florida Project event. The Mayor Justin Heyman has returned from his trip and brought back some photos and news to share with us (including a look at a new stroller parking test at the Magic Kingdom):
Mickey Mouse in Town Square Theater still has little to no wait
The Beauty and The Beast area is really starting to look great…
As is Prince Eric’s Castle and rock work.
Over the holiday weekend The Magic Kingdom had a new Stroller Parking test going on:
Stroller parking near the old skyway station was closed. Instead guests could use stroller parking near It’s a Small World.
Royal Subjects were begin asked as they came through the castle to park their strollers here near the Castle while they enjoyed Fantasyland. Guest were also unable to park across from The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. The cast member at the rear of this photo was doing periodic stroller counts. We believe this to be a test for when the walls move out closer to Winnie the Pooh and the current Dumbo, however this could also be permanent once Fantasyland is completed.
The castle looks great
Dumbo construction is coming along nicely
New Fantasyland aka Crane-land
Someone ought to take down those signs
The Galaxy Stage was setup for Night of Joy in a cast member parking lot behind the Buzz Lightyear Meet and Greet
We still love these Halloween Decorations
Does anyone know what these scarecrow citizens are actually called?
Moving over for a quick stop at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
These lighting rigs have been put in place for nightly performances by Mulch, Sweat and Shears
Moving over to Epcot the Mexico Pavilion was worthy of this picturesque shot.
At the Japan Pavilion Yakatori House is closed and its walls extend past the Koi pond
The food and wine stand has opened early to serve guests in it’s place however