PHOTOS – What’s New Today at Magic Kingdom

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Our team is at Magic Kingdom today to get in some pixie dust before the Christmas week crowds arrive. And we like to be in the parks daily so we can bring you accurate, up-to-date information on our site and our Lines app. So let’s take a quick look at some of the new happenings inside the Most Magical Place on Earth.

When you first arrive to Magic Kingdom you’ll be greeting by a charming…. scrim. This big beige scrim covers most of the Main Street Station. At least today there is a new image of what the station normally looks like printed on the scrim. Certainly not the picturesque greeting that guests are used to seeing, but maintenance happens.

Main Street Station Printed Scrim Today
Magic Kingdom Plain Scrim This Weekend

Over in Fantasyland the construction wall is now down at it’s a small world, revealing a bright and colorful façade – so cheerful! Thank goodness the wall was removed, that walkway was getting cramped.

it’s a small world’s colorful façade

And in Tomorrowland we got a glimpse of hopefully some good news coming in the near future. We saw a Cast Member pushing one of the ride vehicles at the Tomorrowland Transit Authority People Mover (wearing a plain black t-shirt?). Maybe we just miss this ride terribly, or maybe, just maybe this beloved attraction will reopen soon?

There’s a Human Working on the Tomorrowland Transit Authority!

In Adventureland the old scallywags at Pirates of the Caribbean must be getting a new sign. The iconic black sail sign that normally says “Pirates of the Caribbean” in red script is currently blank and has been so for quite a number of days.

Drawing a blank outside Pirates of the Caribbean

And now for some pretty Magic Kingdom pictures from today’s visit, just because we want you to have a magical day!

Flying above Magic Kingdom on Astro Orbiter
Pirates of the Caribbean Queue – maybe these pirates are fans of The Queen’s Gambit on Netflix?
Space Mountain Tunnel Lights


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Born and raised in the land of sunshine and dreams come true, Dani is a proud Orlando Native who loves sharing her hometown with others. She's worked in nearly all of Orlando's theme parks, on board Disney Cruise Line, and in hotel management. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @thisfloridalife

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