New Tomorrowland sign installed at Magic Kingdom

by Brittani Tuttle

Tomorrowland now has signage once again, as a new, sleeker design was installed over the past week at Magic Kingdom.

Photos by Ava Twomey

This new sign is, according to Disney, “part of a cleaner, sleeker” vision for Tomorrowland. It features smooth, futuristic clean lines and an all-white color scheme. The new sign also abandons the former ITC Anna font for a squared, more modern type.

Photo by Matt Roseboom

The original sign was removed this past July to make way for the new look.

This is the latest in a series of exterior changes to the land, which include new paint jobs on the land’s show buildings and the rocks at the land’s entrance, and a similar, mid-century modern-inspired sign for Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor.

Tomorrowland will get its biggest change yet when TRON Lightcycle Run opens in time for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World in 2021. This new attraction will feature a similar futuristic feel, taking riders on a journey to the Grid on their very own lightcycle.

The same attraction is currently open at Shanghai Disney Resort; you can watch our ride-through video of it below:

TRON Lightcycle Power Run Nighttime POV Shanghai Disneyland


Stay tuned for more Tomorrowland updates on our Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and of course, AttractionsMagazine.com.


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Matt Brewster September 19, 2019 - 6:54 pm

I don’t like this sign at all! It is too austere and sterile, much like the look of the land in the park’s early years. It looks like the “steampunk” styling added in the mid-90s is going to be removed.

Lizardman64 December 9, 2019 - 12:31 am

This re-theme sucks.


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