PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 3/15/19 (Tomorrowland Terrace, Animated Classics Apparel, Construction Updates, and More!)

Magic Kingdom Main Street USA Cinderella Castle
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Good morning from another beautiful day at the Most Magical Place on Earth! The weather has been surprisingly pleasant lately (as far as Florida climate is concerned), which always makes for the best park days, so I made my way out for a walk around Magic Kingdom.

Magic Kingdom Main Street USA Cinderella Castle

The first thing I noticed was definitely the crowd levels. It’s Spring Break season, so definitely expect the most attended theme park in the world to live up to that title if you’re planning on making your way out there over the next few days.

Tomorrowland Terrace

Its been busy enough that Tomorrowland Terrace has been open and serving for lunch and dinner! This quick service location is on the way into Tomorrowland from Main Street USA. It’s usually only open seasonally to accommodate larger-than-average crowds, so if you see it open, expect a busy day.

Mickey's Star Traders

Over in Tomorrowland, a stop by Mickey’s Star Traders led to a stumble upon a brand new line of apparel!

Animated Animals Apparel Collection

This line features a slew of classic animated animals, with a lot of underrated characters that you don’t usually see on a lot of merchandise. The Fox and the Hound, Robin Hood, and The Jungle Book all got some love.

Fox and the Hound Windbreaker Jacket

This Tod and Copper windbreaker was my favorite piece in the whole collection.

The Jungle Book Sweatshirt Baloo Kaa

Make sure you check out the whole line with pricing here!

Tomorrowland Speedway

There really is just something missing about being in Tomorrowland and not smelling the strong stench of gasoline coming from the Speedway.

Tomorrowland Speedway

The Tomorrowland Speedway is still closed for refurbishment and to accommodate construction for Tron until mid-May, 2019.

Casey Jr. Splash n Soak Station

The repainting of the show elements in the Casey Jr. Splash ‘n’ Soak Station appear to be moving along. The water play area is expected to reopen on March 25th.

Casey Jr. Splash n Soak Station

Casey Jr. Splash n Soak Station

Over in Adventureland, I noticed this scoring on the pavement in front of Pirates of the Caribbean. The scoring makes the pavement easier to remove, which usually means that these pieces of pavement will be replaced in the next few days.

Pirates Pavement Replacement

Pirates Pavement Replacement

You can see a few fresh slabs of pavement already replaced in front of the Pirates entrance.

Pirates Pavement Replacement

As usual, stay tuned for more updates, and if you’re headed to Magic Kingdom soon, have a Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah day!