PHOTOS: Tarps Fully Removed From Sleeping Beauty Castle, Revealing Bright New Facade at Disneyland Park

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We’ve come a long way since the last Sleeping Beauty Castle update which revealed even more spires and some central parts of the castle, but today marked one of the bigger reveals for the castle as all the scrim is now down, unveiling a symphony of bright pink and blue that’s studded with pixie dust.

The spires and roofs of the castle feature varying designs, with some featuring gradient blues and others featuring yellow-hued tiles.

As we detailed in our previous Sleeping Beauty Castle update, the walkways on either side of the castle have also received a fresh coat of paint.

We can’t wait for the castle to finally re-open in all its post-refurb glory! The beautification of Sleeping Beauty Castle has been long overdue after the damage was done to the roof during the 60th Diamond Anniversary at Disneyland Resort. Are you loving this more vibrant color scheme and added pixie dust?

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The castle is already magical, they don’t have to paint “magic” on it. But this is what 2019 Disney doesn’t understand about 1955 Disney.