The quick-service location had walls up starting January 11th, and it’s expected to reopen in February. And in Magic Kingdom today, we spotted something promising!
Disney World looks pretty different than it did back when it opened in 1971.
Over the years, Disney has added three more parks, two water parks, and a TON of new attractions. Still, the World as a whole doesn’t just look different — a few iconic attractions look pretty different too! We’re taking a look at some of the BIGGEST attraction renovations in Disney history! Do you remember the VERY different OG versions of these rides? Let’s find out!
Have you ever wondered what hidden magic is happening in Disney World??
Disney is known for the ability to create magical (and sometimes, seemingly impossible!) experiences for guests. And whether you’re watching the Happily Ever After fireworks, enjoying a delicious meal, or just taking in the atmosphere of the parks, it’s a safe bet that there’s some behind-the-scenes magic that made the experience possible. Here are the magical parts of Disney World you DON’T get to see!
Hello princesses, Jedi knights, Mouseketeers, and whoever else might be reading along today!
It’s the end of a busy week at Disney, and time to gear up for an even busier one! That’s right, Christmas Day is next week which means we’re facing up with one of the busiest Disney World weeks of the whole year. With sooo many people headed to the parks next week, it’s all the more helpful to know what won’t be open. Check out next week’s round-up of everything closed in Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom!
It’s a great big beautiful today in Walt Disney World!
If you’re lucky enough to be frequenting the stomping ground of Mickey Mouse this week, you might be interested to know what iconic attractions and locations won’t be open while you’re there. Here’s our weekly report of everything closed for refurbishment in Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios!
We’re coming up on the New Year and that means that colder weather is coming!
The winter season brings alllll sorts of fun to Disney World! We’ve had a blast at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and other holiday festivities and we can’t wait to ring in the new year in the most magical ways around. But, there are some parts of winter at Disney that aren’t as welcome. One example? Those pesky seasonal ride closures! Find out which two Disney World attractions will be closed in early 2020!
Happy Greetings from Magic Kingdom! This visit found sweet treats for your sweetheart, purple treats, savory spring rolls, new chips, the closure of a favorite ride, a pretty sparkly gift card, plus more!
Let’s jump in! Where else do you start a visit to the Magic Kingdom but in the oh-so-sweet Main Street Confectionery!!
Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is busy as they work to build the new Tron attraction opening in 2021 for the park’s 50th anniversary (can’t wait!). This week a popular, and original ride was temporarily closed as they continue construction on the new Tron attraction.
That’s right, the Walt Disney Railroad isn’t running as Tron’s construction nears the railroad tracks, but it isn’t all bad news for fans of the train.
Even though Pandora has been open for over a year, Animal Kingdom is still a park undergoing some changes and construction. We spotted quite a few construction walls up around the park this week.
On top of the construction there was the announcement that Rafiki’s Planet Watch is closing October 20 for refurbishment until Spring of 2019.
It’s no secret Hollywood Studios (and all of us) are getting ready for Star Wars Land Galaxy’s Edge to open next fall. And, now it looks like Tatooine Traders, the gift shop attached to the Star Tours ride, is in the middle of a face lift to be ready for the Galaxy’s Edge opening!
Disney has not announced what the refurbishments are or a timeline for the construction.