Flooring Removed From Cinderella Castle Stage for Refurbishment

Shannen Ace

A construction site featuring a partially completed concrete surface with metal reinforcements, surrounded by gray barriers and turrets in the background.

Flooring Removed From Cinderella Castle Stage for Refurbishment

Some of the flooring of the Cinderella Castle stage at Magic Kingdom has been removed to be replaced as part of an ongoing refurbishment.

Cinderella Castle Stage Refurbishment

A view of Cinderella Castle with blue and gold-tipped towers against a cloudy sky, surrounded by a stone wall and fenced-off area on a wet, empty plaza.

The refurbishment began a few days ago, with scrims installed around the stage and rolling planters stationed to the sides. Guests can still walk up the ramps around the stage and through Cinderella Castle. The “Please Pardon Our Pixie Dust” sign that was on the front of the scrim has been removed.

A construction area on the Cinderella Castle Stage featuring a partially completed staircase, exposed metal framework on the ground, and a blue-roofed turret in the background.

Several sections of flooring have been removed from the stage. With the outdoor venue used nearly every day (and weathered by rain the rest of the time), it’s necessary to replace the floor sometimes. We last saw a major refurbishment of the stage in 2021.

A construction site with exposed ducts or pipes beneath a partially removed floor, surrounded by safety barriers and stairways.

Where flooring has been removed, we can metal grating, wood supports, and strips of black rubber.

Construction site with exposed metal grates and partially installed flooring near castle-like structures, surrounded by temporary fencing. Trees and additional structures visible in the background.

If the 2021 refurbishment is any indication, the rest of the flooring will likely be removed, too. The small platforms to the sides of the stage will also be removed for refurbishment and then reinstalled.

Construction work in progress with exposed metal grates and unfinished surfaces surrounded by concrete structures and barriers in an outdoor area.

New weatherproof sheathing will likely be added beneath the flooring.

Construction site near a castle-themed structure with exposed metal grates, wet ground, and caution tape marking areas. Steps and towers with blue roofs are visible in the background.

Castle stage shows are canceled for three weeks due to the stage refurbishment. They’re scheduled to resume on July 28.

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