PHOTOS: Section of Peter Pan’s Flight Queue Surrounded with Construction Walls in Magic Kingdom

A section of the Peter Pan’s Flight queue in Magic Kingdom has been blocked off with construction walls.


The walls are surrounding the queue around the corner from the main facade for Peter Pan’s Flight.


This is where the Neverland map mural is painted on one wall, and Peter Pan himself used to hold meet-and-greets. The queue has been shifted out to the path, so guests are now distanced along the outside of the wall. Don’t worry, the nursery part of the queue is still in use.


There’s a roped off opening to the maze of walls, likely just for Cast Member access.


For now, the walls only cover this one section.


It’s likely that this section of the queue is being repainted or otherwise receiving a basic refurbishment, something like what was done recently at “it’s a small world”. These refreshes are all in preparation for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary later this year.

Keep checking WDWNT for updates.

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