Scaffolding and Scrim Cover Plaza Restaurant in Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

The front facade of a restaurant under renovation with scaffolding and tarps covering parts of the building.

Scaffolding and Scrim Cover Plaza Restaurant in Magic Kingdom

The Plaza Restaurant in Magic Kingdom is now surrounded by scaffolding that’s covered in beige scrim. Construction walls went up earlier this week and the scaffolding sits behind them.

The Plaza Restaurant Refurbishment

Building under renovation, covered with beige tarps and surrounded by green construction barriers. Signs on barriers provide project information. Overcast sky in the background.

The scaffolding is presumably for standard repainting and refurbishment of the restaurant’s exterior. There are no signs of actual construction work yet.

The front facade of a restaurant under renovation with scaffolding and tarps covering parts of the building.

The restaurant remains open, with gaps in the walls for guests and cast to reach the doors. A Plaza Restaurant sign has been added to the construction wall next to the main entrance. The walls also feature PPG Paints signs.

Line drawing of a large, multi-level building with architectural detailing including towers, windows, and an ornate facade, mounted on a green wall.

A sketch of the Plaza Restaurant’s facade is also on the walls. The restaurant is right next to the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor on the corner of Main Street, U.S.A. Like the rest of Main Street, their facades were inspired by turn-of-the-20th-century American architecture.

A building under construction is covered with beige netting and surrounded by green construction barriers with informational signs. A tower is visible above the netting.

The scaffolding and scrim cover most of the facade but parts of the roof and the chimney peek out over the top.

A partially covered building under renovation with a green exterior and a tower-like structure. People are walking around the area and the sky is overcast.

The construction walls jut out just a few feet from the building, leaving a wide walkway available in front of it.

A building under renovation is covered in beige tarp, with green construction walls and signs displaying information outside.

The green walls approximately match the backstage gate between The Plaza Restaurant and Tomorrowland Terrace.

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