Ride Vehicle Testing Continues at TRON Lightcycle Run, Dapper Dans Loungefly Backpack, & More: Magic Kingdom Photo Report 5/10/2022

Good morning and royal greetings from Magic Kingdom! It’s a beautiful Florida day, and we’re happy to have you join us around the park. Let’s get going.

There’s not a cloud in the sky today, and Cinderella Castle is looking stunning.

Can you hear that tune? It’s coming from Star Traders! We discovered a new Loungefly backpack, and it features the Dapper Dans.

We are loving every little detail on the bag.

Space Mountain had a lengthy queue this morning. Sorry, we won’t be waiting, because we are headed for the Peoplemover.

Tron Lightcycle Run is testing ride vehicles today. Don’t look away because this ride goes quick.

Back on the ground, we spotted a new princess balloon. It’s covered in the Disney Princesses and can be found in an array of colors.

The listed wait time is 70 minutes for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, but the line looks much shorter. So, it’s “heigh, ho, heigh, ho” off into the queue we go!

To our surprise, the interactive queue is back open, and all the plexiglass has been removed.

This is one of our favorite spots to snap a picture of Cinderella Castle. Even though we are on property every day of the week, we are still in awe of the castle’s beauty.

The next installment of Beautiful Florals Limited Edition pins features Aurora. You can find this at Frontier Trading Post. This pin is a limited edition of 4,000.

Back over at Town Square Theater, Mickey has a posted wait time of 80 minutes, and the line looks to be longer than that. Sorry, Mickey, we’ll see you next time!

Speaking of Mickey Mouse, we can only see our pals’ heads in the front planter.

We took the monorail over to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Spirit of Aloha is still advertised on the large sign when you walk in.

Kevin & Jody have designed another stunning figurine. This one is Cinderella Castle, and we found it hiding in Boutiki.

We popped over to Disney’s Art of Animation for a check-in on construction and a casual stroll around the resort.

A few buildings and Crush are getting a few paint touch ups.

This is the backside of building 4 in the “Finding Nemo” area of the resort.

The Righteous Reef playground was under refurbishment, but has now reopened for a “splashing” time for the kids.

“The Lion King” building 6 is also getting repainted.

Two new resort merchandise pieces were found at Ink & Paint Shop: A new ornament featuring Ariel, Flounder, and Sebastian; and a new pin.

This is where we end our day. Thanks for joining us today, and we can’t wait to stroll through the parks with you next time!

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