PHOTOS: Scrim Partially Removed on Peter Pan’s Flight at Walt Disney World
This morning during our stroll in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom, we noticed that the scrim overlay covering the exterior of Peter Pan’s Flight has been partially removed, leaving half of the attraction’s building still covered. Let’s take a look.
We first reported this project beginning back in March. To the far left you can see where the beginning of the other section of scrim still remains.
The finished product on this portion of the building shows off vibrant shades of tan and brown, with smaller details of blue on the windowsills and other window details.
The building to the right of the remaining scrim sports a fresh coat of blue paint on the roof along with fresh cream-colored paint for the building.
The windows have also been given a fresh coat of white paint.
Plexiglass dividers are still in place in the interior queue, as you can see behind the guests here in the extended queue.
With this section uncovered now, we expect the other sections to be removed in the near future, as work speeds along in time for the Magic Kingdom’s 50th in October.
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