PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 7/15/21 (New S.E.A. Props Added to Jungle Cruise, 1994 Tomorrowland Gear Floor Almost Completely Removed, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Construction Progresses at Full Steam, and More)
“Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay, My, oh, my, what a wonderful day,” and it certainly is! Join us on this bright, sunny day as we see what’s in store for us at Walt Disney World. Let’s jump right in.
This morning at the Magic Kingdom, we saw very large rope drop crowds.
We trekked over to Adventureland to hop aboard the World Famous Jungle Cruise. While in the loading dock, we found the addition of brand new S.E.A. (Society of Explorers and Adventurers) crates. One of them even mentions Harrison Hightower III of Tokyo DisneySea’s Tower of Terror. Another references Mystic Point, the land in Hong Kong Disneyland known for Mystic Manor.
We also found the addition of a new workstation with what appears to be Venus flytraps. One of the plants is being held inside of a cage. Another cage has been knocked over, indicating that whatever was being held inside has escaped.
We danced along with some of our favorite pals during A Goofy Cavalcade!
We even said howdy to our friend, Wendell, over at Country Bear Jamboree.
Photo booths continue to make their return around Walt Disney World. We recently saw them reopen at EPCOT, and now inside of Magic Kingdom.
It’s almost time to say goodbye to the 1994 Tomorrowland Gear Floor. Very few pieces of the original flooring remain, as it has been replaced with generic pavement.
We curtsied and waved to the princesses as they made their way through Magic Kingdom.
Next, we headed over to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. If you’re trying to enter the resort from the Shades of Green pathway, you’ll notice that the normal route has been blocked off, and you are now being sent around the Aotearoa Longhouse.
Take a look as construction continues at full steam throughout the resort.
“It’s the truth; it’s actual. Everything is satisfactual.” We hope you had a great time following us around Magic Kingdom. Are you excited to see more S.E.A. inclusion at Walt Disney World? Let us know in the comments below! Have a Zip-a-dee-doo-dah day, and we’ll “see ya real soon!”