PHOTOS: 50th Anniversary Color Scheme Being Tested on Transportation and Ticket Center at Walt Disney World, May Replace Classic Look
From the entrance archways to decorations on Cinderella Castle, it seems like a lot of locations around Walt Disney World are getting spruced up ahead of the resort’s fiftieth anniversary. Today, we’ve learned that this work is also extending to another iconic location.
A new color scheme is being tested out at Transportation and Ticket Center, bringing the transit hub in line with the royal blue and gold-based aesthetic of the recent refurbishments, including the Magic Kingdom’s toll plaza.
Currently, this test only extends to a water fountain outside the Resort Hotels loop monorail station which has been repainted in the new colors, but it’s expected that it will eventually extend to other places around the Transportation and Ticket Center as well if management likes it.
Should the tests be successful, this would replace the bright color scheme of light blue, green, orange, lavender, deep purple and red that have been a staple for decades.
While we aren’t aware of how long the process will take (or if it will even continue), be sure to keep reading WDWNT as we continue to report on the preparations for “The World’s Most Magical Celebration” at Walt Disney World!