Hear ye! Hear ye! Liberty Square Market has closed for a multi-week refurbishment at the Magic Kingdom… but turkey leg lovers don’t need to despair.
The location, known primarily for serving snacks, has been covered with a gray scrim beneath its canopy.
The scrim extends around the entire structure, with signage notifying of the closure.
Meanwhile, several of the outdoor elements have been gathered nearby, acting as a makeshift barrier.
The signs are nicely themed to the colonial era as a “Publick Notice,” telling guests that turkey legs are available nearby in Frontierland. (More on that in a moment.)
The walkway on the other side remains open, allowing guests to pass under as they head toward The Hall of Presidents.
Currently, the refurbishment is scheduled to run through February 1st, though that could be extended if needed, as Disney lists it as “expected to reopen in February 2021,” with no formal end date.
Meanwhile, just across the border in Frontierland, a makeshift turkey leg cart has been set up next to a frozen treats cart.
The cart offers a sparse menu of turkey legs, bottled soft drinks and water.
An A-frame sign also notifies guests of the offerings.
Given that the refurbishment should only be roughly a couple of weeks, this ersatz cart should only be here for a brief time.
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