PHOTOS: New Themed Digital Tip Boards Installed Throughout the Magic Kingdom

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With holiday crowds on the horizon, the Magic Kingdom has debuted newly themed digital tip boards throughout the park. These boards were installed throughout Disney’s Hollywood Studios ahead of the grand opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge only to receive themed frames a few weeks later. At the Magic Kingdom, Tomorrowland and Adventureland received digital tip boards in late December and early January, respectively. Two new digital tip boards complete with themed frames have now been in stalled in Fantasyland and Frontierland. Let’s take a closer look.

Over by Enchanted Tales with Belle, near the Guest Experience Team desk is a new wood-framed digital tip board.

It’s nestled inside a planter, giving it some elevation so it’s easier to see from different angles by the walkway.

The rope accents and wood construction make it seem like something straight out of Mine Train, matching the surrounding aesthetic perfectly.

In Frontierland, another new digital tip board has debut across from Frontier Trading Post and the Shooting Arcade.

The tip board features a hanging lantern on one end, plus forged metal around the digital screen itself, just like an old mining mill… except digital.

Rope hangs off to the other side of the frame, in case you need to wrangle up some FastPasses.

Over by Adventureland, the grass skirt tip board remains untouched, while the Tomorrowland board has been temporarily removed while it undergoes its themed transformation. We’ll be checking back in to see if the new themed boards have been installed in the coming days. In the meantime, what do you think of the new themed digital tip boards?

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This is a shame. Shows that nuance is completely out of New WDI’s wheelhouse. Frame doesn’t matter if the giant screen is a modern digital display. Very bad show, but expected from New WDI/Disney.