Come with me for a stroll through the Magic Kingdom. We’ll walk down Main Street and around the park counter-clockwise, starting in Tomorrowland. Let’s see what’s happening.
Just like in the picture above, I spotted at least six different buildings with this decorative wrapping around them. It doesn’t look so bad since the covering has a picture of what the real building looks like. Can you imagine how it’d look if that many coverings were all just blank?
One side of Exposition Hall has construction walls up and this wall inside is now blocking off the back. This will become the new home for Mickey and Minnie when Toontown closes to make way for the Fantasyland Forest expansion.
A couple of weeks ago my son had a hard time finding a Lotso bear (from Toy Story 3) for sale at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. But it seems all the Disney World stores now have plenty in stock. This stand is outside of Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin.
I spotted this new Space Mountain construction set by K’Nex inside the Space Mountain store also. It’s really cool, but it’s pricey at $229.95. I later saw this set for sale at World of Disney at Downtown Disney along with a Dumbo set, which was less than $100.
Here’s what you’ll see as you currently head from Tomorrowland to Fantasyland. You can go right to Toontown or walk along the wall to your left into Fantasyland, or as some are calling it, Constructionland.
This one tells about the Belle meet and greet attraction coming. For more information about the Fantasyland Forest expansion, click here.