PHOTOS: More Renovated Space-Age Inspired Tomorrowland Entrance Walls Unveiled at Disneyland Park

Greetings, space travelers! As you enter the world of tomorrow, you might have seen a bit of construction going on by the entrance over the past few months. Just last month, we saw the unveiling these newly refreshed, space-age inspired Tomorrowland entrance walls by Star Tours, and today, we got to see the other side in its shiny, metallic glory!

More Space-Age Inspired Tomorrowland Entrance Walls Unveiled at Disneyland Park

Next to Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, the brand new wall has been revealed, and it appears that all the tiles are the right way this time! These newly redone walls immediately capture your eye as you step in, and they mirror the same design that’s on the Tomorrowland sign as you enter the land. While these are the same walls that have flanked the entrance of Tomorrowland for decades, they’ve received new holographic paint, as well as a bit of a refresh.

More Space-Age Inspired Tomorrowland Entrance Walls Unveiled at Disneyland Park

Although there are no sconce lights shining up to help illuminate the new walls like on the other side, this wall still catches our eye and the other bright lights in Tomorrowland help it glow in the meantime.

This is all a part of Project Stardust, which involves various enhancements all over Disneyland Resort that have ranged from overall beautification of the theme park to maximizing guest flow. This space-aged inspiration pays homage to Tomorrowland entrances of yesterday. Disney Imagineer Kim Irvine noted, “Tomorrowland has always represented a feeling of optimism. Imagineer John Hench originally designed the land with this notion of being wide open to innovative ideas and technology. When we started looking at the different Tomorrowland entrances through the years, both the 1955 and 1967 versions had a very optimistic appeal which resonated with us.”

What do you think of the finished product? Do you like the shiny, newly refreshed wall as you enter Tomorrowland?

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April
April
7 months ago

It still reminds me of the inside of the spaceship in Flight of the Navigator. Which means I have to like it. 😉

JustSomeGuy
JustSomeGuy
7 months ago

Were the incorrectly installed panels on the other side corrected?

Tom Corless
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7 months ago
Reply to  JustSomeGuy

Yup

JustSomeGuy
JustSomeGuy
7 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Wow… looking back at your older story when the 1st wall was revealed, now that I can compare it to the 2nd wall, I’m shocked at how many panels were either installed upside down or in the wrong spot all together! I mean really, how hard could that be. I’d have to think the panels are numbered?