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Adam Roth’s 11/11/11 WDW Photo Report

Posted on November 12, 2011

WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Epcot, the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Downtown Disney on Friday and has a TON of newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look:

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Some of the turnstiles at Epcot are behind walls

The Epcot Christmas tree is up!

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy closing out Eat to the Beat 2011

Christmas all around Epcot

Tree at the American Adventure

The small Christmas village is already being set up

Christmas merchandise is everywhere

Everyone is scrambling for the last taste of the Food & Wine Festival

Holiday merchandise in abundance at MouseGear

The store is decorated

The gift of Vinylmation

New gift with purchase bags and watches available

A strange looking castle hybrid on some merchandise

The latest in the 40th anniversary pin of the month series

The Christmas Party sold out

Ummm, they’re sold out…

Disney Universe ad at the TTC

We start our trip to the Magic Kingdom with a look at Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid

The Toontown tents are still bare

The Dumbo building in Storybook Circus is coming along nicely

The train station and Casey Jr. Roundhouse have really taken shape

More Mermaid construction

The Enchanted Grove is out from behind tarps and is now the Cheshire Cafe

Nice sign

Menu is the same

It now fits the Mad Tea Party theme



A wide shot of construction

Looks like a large tree has arrived on-site

The Beauty and the Beast mountain range is almost done

Another look at the tree

We’re starting to see the finished detail on Be Our Guest restaurant

A wide shot

A wide shot of Mermaid

The cottage for Enchanted Tales with Belle now has some details

The chimneys are decorated!

Still no progress on the Castle Wall

Planters still being eliminated

The Skyway station still being eliminated

Another Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom window in Liberty Square

Hidden speaker

Another game window

Another new game station

The Shootin’ Arcade is back and looks great!

Work continues on the Pecos Bill’s facade

That Big Thunder Mountain refurbishment couldn’t come sooner, the train tracks have looked like plain coaster tracks for too long

Golden Oak is back, but now only has hot dogs, drinks and desserts….


The endless refurbishment continues on the Adventureland/Frontierland passage

The covering is no longer on the Sorcerers window near Pirates of the Caribbean

Exterior refurbishment on Sunshine Tree Terrace continues

Another finished Sorcerers window

Work continues on the Swiss Family Treehouse

Apparently this window is finished

Space Mountain gets into the spirit of the Christmas Party

Rocketower Plaza Stage decorated

The sign now has the stage name


Muppetvision 3-D decorated as we move over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Posters for The Muppets are now up

The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights is back!

They have completely replaced this canopy with new lights that can be individually programmed to dance with the music

A billboard for Once Upon a Time

The windows tested last year are back with some cool functions

Prep and Landing characters now appear

More Once Upon a Time posters

New cameras were installed on Tower of Terror and the border on the photos was also updated, the pictures look a lot clearer!

Sunset Boulevard decorated

Hollywood Boulevard as well

On to Downtown Disney…

This garland used to be outside of Muppetvision, now it’s here

Work continues on Splitsville

A long way to go

The remodeled Sunglass Icon is open

Blink by Wet Seal is also open

Pleasure Island was full of activity

The renamed Adventurers Hut


Festival of the Masters cupcakes available

Getting ready for the festival




Nope… sorry, I mean a tree outside of Fulton’s and Portobello…

Kids being entertained at the marketplace stage

Christmas at World of Disney

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