Construction Walls Removed, Scrim Remains on Columbia Harbour House in Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

Columbia Harbour House main entrance with one piece of scrim

Construction Walls Removed, Scrim Remains on Columbia Harbour House in Magic Kingdom

It looks like the refurbishment of Columbia Harbour House in Magic Kingdom is nearing an end as all construction walls have been removed and minimal scrim remains on the restaurant.

Columbia Harbour House Refurbishment

Columbia Harbour House stroller parking

The quick-service restaurant remained open during this months-long exterior refurbishment. Lamps were replaced and then returned on the side of the restaurant facing stroller parking.

Scrims on railing at Columbia Harbour House

There are still two pieces of black scrim over a section of railing in this corner. The railing overlooks the outdoor stairs leading down from the second-story dining room.

A wide shot of Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square

Around the corner, scrim previously covered the yellow wall around a trio of windows.

A wide shot of the Columbia Harbour House main entrance

That scrim is now gone and construction walls are down from the other side of the main entrance.

Columbia Harbour House repainted stone and yellow walls

The refurbishment has mostly involved repainting. There aren’t major changes to the restaurant’s appearance.

Columbia Harbour House main entrance with one piece of scrim

Crews repainted the windows above the main entrance. When we took the above photo, one of the window frames was still partially yellow.

A closer shot of the repainted window frames

When we returned a few days later, the paint job was complete and both frames were brown.

A medium shot of the Columbia Harbour House entrance with scrim

A month ago, scaffolding, scrim, and construction walls covered the wall on the left of the main entrance.

A close-up of scrim over a mural

A piece of scrim still covers the wall’s mural. It previously depicted a harbor with the ship Columbia and the restaurant’s name across the top.

Plank missing from wall

A yellow plank is missing from this thin section of wall. It’s next to the bridge that crosses the pathway between Fantasyland and Liberty Square.

A close-up of the plank missing from wall with black scrim in gap

There is a strip of black scrim in the gap.

Columbia Harbour House bridge with all scrim removed

Scrim is gone from the other side of the bridge. It previously completely covered the Fantasyland side of the structure.

Columbia Harbour House planter with new plants added

New plants have been added to this stone planter, which was emptied during earlier construction.

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