PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 1/30/20 (TRON Construction, Dapper Dans, Liberty Square, and More!)

Today we took advantage of the beautiful weather and spent the day at the equally beautiful Magic Kingdom! Let’s take a look!

As soon as you walk in the park, you’ll notice City Hall completely hidden under scrims. A new, smaller scrim has been added to the very top of the building.

A new sign also appeared outside the Walt Disney World Railroad on Main Street, U.S.A. informing guests that one of the trains is available to view in Fantasyland.

Any time the Dapper Dans put on a show you have to stop and watch, that’s Disney 101.

Still looking for a gift for that special someone in your life for Valentine’s Day? The Emporium has a nice display set up with lots of great options!

The Splash Mountain refurbishment is moving right along. We saw quite a few workers out today completing tasks on all sides of the attraction.

We passed by one of our favorite spots in all of Magic Kingdom today. It’s definitely the small details in Liberty Square that make it Uniquely Disney.

The Ink & Paint Canvas Ornaments that we found at Disneys Days of Christmas in Disney Springs are also available at Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe in Liberty Square.

Will these Host a Ghost Jars haunt us forever? Seems so.

Work continues on the “it’s a small world” queue. We’re looking forward to seeing it looking shiny and new!

The Mermaid Doughnut was nowhere to be found today at Prince Eric’s Village Market. We’re hoping a new delicious treat is on the way soon!

Construction on the highly-anticipated TRON Lightcycle Run is moving steadily along. Soon we won’t be able to see inside the building once the final walls go in.

We took a few minutes to watch the end of the Move In! Shake It! MousekeDance It! Street Party. Minnie even waved at us!

That wraps up our day at the Magic Kingdom, hope your day has been as magical as ours!

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