peter pan's flight refurbishment

PHOTOS: More Scrim Now Soars Over Peter Pan’s Flight at Magic Kingdom

The exterior facade of Peter Pan’s Flight is receiving a refresh just in time for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary this fall. Construction has been going on for a little while now, and another large scrim was just added.


A majority of the ride’s exterior has been covered with both construction walls, scaffolding, and scrims.


Now a larger piece of scrim that goes up and over the building has been added.

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This scrim surpasses the height of the building, most likely allowing construction workers to get better access to the roof and highest points of the building.


The queue still directs guests to the outside of the construction wall, but parts of the inside queue continue to remain open.

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  1. I can only hope they are fixing the roof drain problem, which last October led to several inches of water flowing into the hallway that leads to the bedroom scene in the pre-show line. Excessive water runoff in this section of WDW has always been a problem with big puddles daily between Peter Pan’s exit and Pinocchio’s Village Haus, but the increased flooding at the hallway entrance was new last year, likely caused by a blocked drain.
    I just came back from a week stay at WDW and the crowd level was significantly higher on Fri-Sat than the weekdays, even in the relative off-season of mid-February, so weekend vacationers be warned.

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