Tagged with " Ariel’s Grotto"
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited the Magic Kingdom and Downtown Disney yesterday and took plenty of newsworthy photos, so let’s take a look at what’s new: It appears some of the elements for the Adventureland interactive game have been installed This icon should help guests locate the game area Not sure what this will do A different icon near this cannon You can see the cannon aiming at something behind this tarp Another game area Looks like there is a skeleton under the water where the Junior Jungle Boats used to be Another game area being set-up The Crow’s Nest is still behind walls We expect this is where the game will begin for guests Golden Oak Outpost is closed [...]
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth was on the scene for a soft opening of New Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom earlier today, so get ready for an exhaustive look at Gaston’s Tavern, Bonjour Village Gifts, Ariel’s Grotto, Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid, and Scuttle’s Scavenger Hunt in photos: We begin with a popcorn cart! We know this is what you waited for… A nearby seating area One permanent looking wall on the Mine Train side Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid Amazing… The details are stunning We know… Cool sign A full color Ariel on the front of a shipwreck The backside of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Ariel’s Grotto had a 20 minute wait Not [...]
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – Magic Kingdom guests blink back in amazement at the scene: not one, but two colorful Dumbos spinning through the sky above Storybook Circus. To the delight of fans of the beloved Dumbo, the Flying Elephant attraction, a second Dumbo flies alongside. The playful pachyderm is joined in Storybook Circus by the Barnstormer Coaster re-themed to the Great Goofini, the Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station water play area and the Fantasyland Train Station — all part of the multiyear, largest expansion in Magic Kingdom history. There’s more to come as the expansion of the New Fantasyland – nearly doubling in size — continues at Walt Disney World Resort. In fact, so many more attractions are [...]
Disney has released a stunning video of the interior of the Be Our Guest Restaurant in New Fantasyland. The sound-bites are from Chris Kelly (Show Producer, Walt Disney Imagineering) and Tim Warzecha (Senior Project Manager, Walt Disney Imagineering): This video is released today as Disney formally announced that Be Our Guest Restaurant, Enchanted Tales with Belle, Gaston’s Tavern, Ariel’s Grotto, and Under the sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid will not open until Holiday 2012. The Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station and the second Dumbo spinner will open July.
WDWNT’s newest reporter Josh Siegel visited the Walt Disney World Resort on Thursday and has plenty of newsworthy photos to share in this report: People look confused by the facade work at the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at the Magic Kingdom
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Walt Disney World on Sunday and has a plethora of newsworthy photos to share with us from his trip: Let’s go shopping at Star wars Weekends
WDWNT Reporter Josh Siegel has provided us with photos from his latest jaunt around Walt Disney World, so let’s take a look: Haven’t been here in a while
Matt Paul spent two days at the Walt Disney World Resort and actually has some pictures that aren’t of things featured in the ridiculous amount of photo reports we’ve had this month. Let’s take a look: Those great Star Wars Weekends posters are outside Disney’s Hollywood Studios
WDWNT Reporter Nick Corjay visited the Magic Kingdom on Sunday and has a few newsworthy photos to share with us: Work continues on the Exposition Hall
WDWNT Reporter Matt Paul visited the Walt Disney World Resort yesterday and has a plethora of newsworthy photos to share with us: Getting ready for Star Wars Weekends at the Studios