There are a TON of changes happening around Disney World, and we’ve been busy tracking them all!
We’ve found several new updates this week to ongoing Disney World projects, and we’re here to give you all the details!
There have been SO MANY changes to Cinderella Castle lately! Recently, new decorations were added in preparation for the 50th Anniversary celebration later this year.
We’ve also been tracking all of the maintenance happening on the Castle stage. We’ve seen the installation of wooden planks, ice and water shields, and now, it looks like additional support beams have been put in place.
The stage maintenance has been going on for over a month now! We’ll definitely be checking out any further changes to Magic Kingdom’s main icon.
We’re excited to see this show come to life, but for now, we’ll just have to settle for looking at these big metal barges!
Polynesian Village Resort
Disney’s Polynesian Resort is in the middle of a big refurbishment project to incorporate Moana-themed elements throughout the hotel! The resort, along with the newly reimagined rooms, is set to open this summer and reservations have become available!
This week, we noticed construction taking place in some new areas.
Previously, you used to be able to walk past the large Tiki head to get to Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Now with the current construction, you’ll have to walk around!
Work continues on the resort buildings to support the conversion of rooms to the new Moana theme.
We can’t wait to see all the new Moana elements at the resort soon! But in the meantime, you can find us eating Dole Whip at Pineapple Lanai.
Walt Disney World Entrance Sign
Each entrance to Disney World is getting reimagined for the 50th Anniversary celebration, and the World Drive gateway is still in the process of getting repainted!
Soon, it’ll match the other completed gateways.
And that’s everything new happening around Disney World! Check back with us for more updates on all of the latest projects!
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