A wooden gray box blocks a path in front of a castle at a theme park. People with strollers and young children are seen around the barricade.

Construction Boxes in Front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland for Pavement Painting

Shannen Ace

There are four construction boxes up in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland, reportedly because crews are repainting part of the park’s giant compass rose.

Disneyland Construction Boxes

A wooden barricade blocks a path in front of a castle at Disneyland Park. People with strollers and young children are seen around the barricade.

The boxes are tall and gray with slightly pointed walls — making them look a little like castle towers. They are on the four points of the compass rose on the ground in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle.

Groups of people are scattered around a public space with trees and a carousel in the background and a small rectangular wooden structure in the foreground.

“N,” “S,” “E,” and “W” are usually visible in gold where the boxes currently are. The letters, and possibly the pavement around them, are being touched up.

People stand and walk in front of a castle at a theme park, with two large gray barriers placed on the pathway.

The other lettering on the edge of the compass reads “When you wish upon a star, your dreams come true.” The construction boxes may move positions if crews work on other parts of the compass.

A group of people walking in a public park with trees and a partly cloudy sky. A circular stone pathway with various engravings is visible in the foreground.

The area is still open for guests to walk around the boxes and take photos.

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