Construction Walls Down From Next to Joffrey’s at Animal Kingdom Entrance

Shannen Ace

Animal Kingdom entrance: Outdoor kiosk with green fencing, customers waiting, and a vendor inside. Trees and shrubs are in the background.

Construction Walls Down From Next to Joffrey’s at Animal Kingdom Entrance

Construction walls are down from around the Joffrey’s kiosk at the entrance of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, although work is not yet complete on the space.

Animal Kingdom Entrance Construction

Animal Kingdom entrance: Outdoor kiosk with green fencing, customers waiting, and a vendor inside. Trees and shrubs are in the background.

The construction walls went up in early March, blocking off a large space next to the Joffrey’s kiosk in front of the park’s main entrance. Now that the walls are gone, green barriers block a square of pavement next to the kiosk. The kiosk itself has remained open during construction work.

A small closed kiosk with a green tarp and green barriers around it in an outdoor setting with palm trees and a cloudy sky. People are visible in the background near the entrance.

The barriers surround a smaller section of the pavement than the walls did. They also go up on the nearby flowerbed, which is currently devoid of plants. A green scrim is across the flowerbed behind the Joffrey’s kiosk.

A small, closed, wooden kiosk under construction, with plywood sheets covering the ground and green fencing partially surrounding it. People walk by in the background.

The ground between the barriers, flowerbed, and kiosk is covered in plywood. It looks like crews have been working on the pavement.

A group of plywood sheets laid out on the ground, covering an area near a building and green fencing.

We don’t know whether this is a simple pavement replacement job or something else. There used to be a merchandise kiosk in this space so a new stand may be coming soon. Work could also be for an expansion to the Joffrey’s kiosk.

Have you spotted these changes while visiting Disney’s Animal Kingdom? Let us know in the comments.

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