PHOTOS: Construction Walls Removed at Tomorrowland Entrance in Disneyland; Newly Expanded Walkway Revealed
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After three months of work, construction walls have finally come down at Disneyland’s Tomorrowland entrance. As we previously reported, most of the famous “french fry” rocks framing the Tomorrowland entrance have been removed in an effort to improve Disneyland’s walkways. The “Tomorrowland” marquee sign was also removed.

The new entrance is much more open, with a large patch of grass for guests to play in.

There are currently still remnants of the “french fry” walls to the left side of the entrance.

The open pathways make foot traffic less congested, which is a big improvement for the park. Similar changes were made at the Adventureland entrance earlier this year.

What do you think of the new entrance area?

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Unless that is turf, they’re 100% going to add a guard rail or something. There’s no way grass will survive there with everyone walking on it.