PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 2/25/21 (Transportation, More Construction, and a Blue Macaron)
We welcome you to another day at the very magical Magic Kingdom!. The weather was perfect, the lines were short (in the morning, that is), and there was a blue macaron. So come see our day as we stroll around the kingdom.
We started the day with a heavily packed line for the monorail but then we were guided by Cast Members to take a bus because it would be faster.
The large crowds of people made boarding the bus a little confusing at first, but then we managed to secure our spot.
The moment we walked in, we were greeted by the Mouse himself and his friends. Pluto looked very excited to see guests as they entered the park.
To keep our readers in the know of the latest construction updates, the stage continues to be worked on.
Even as Disney-knowledgeable as we are, we do get stumped from time to time.
Mad Tea Party may be closed for refurbishment, but for some reason, the lantern lighting looks so great coming from the dark shadows. I guess some things seem more desirable when unavailable — or if they’re new and clean, we love that refurbished feel!
The Peoplemover wasn’t moving when we first arrived but later started up for some testing later in the day.
More work on TRON Lightcycle / Run as the outside ride pieces take further shape along the canopy.
Gaston’s Tavern finally is done with its paint job, check out this link for more information.
Scrim and scaffolding remain around Peter Pan’s Flight. For a moment, we imagined an awesome shadow play of Captain Hook and Peter Pan fighting taking place. Instead of construction, we imagine the possibilities and you can’t blame us for dreaming big.
The Hall of Presidents still awaits its latest addition and managers finally let us know that they don’t know when it’s going to reopen.
Not sure if we were over thinking this, but are the signs starting to get a little confusing?
Well, Captain Jack Sparrow seemed a bit confused or maybe he was trying to distract us so that he could run off stage.
Shaker explained it all to us, and it seems we were just overthinking after all!
The water fun area at Disney’s Polynesian Resort seemed to be almost done and ready for fun once again.
While at the front of the Polynesian Resort, we observed more columns were getting ready to be cast in concrete.