Construction crews have wasted no time demolishing Splash Mountain as its transformation into Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is in full swing at Magic Kingdom, and today we spotted another hole cut into the façade of the attraction.
A black tarp covers the large hole cut into the rock work earlier this month. If you look closely into the tunnel that runs under the bridge, you can see a new hole has been cut into the ride’s façade.
As of this morning, the entrance signage still remains. The construction walls have posters for Tiana’s Foods and the Southern Dome Salt Company, which are two fictional businesses in the backstory for Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.
The Laughing Place sign has been removed from the nearby play area, which otherwise remains open at this time. The pressed penny machine featuring Splash Mountain designs was removed initially but has since been relocated.
Tiana’s Bayou Adventure will replace Splash Mountain at Magic Kingdom and Disneyland Park in California. A closing date for the Disneyland ride has not been announced, but rumors indicate it will close in May.
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