Tagged with " Refurbishment"
WDWNT Reporter Brandon Struve made a quick visit to the Magic Kingdom on Tuesday night and has a number of updates to share with us from around the park: Most of the tarps on the Crystal Palace are down
WDWNT Reporter Brandon Struve made another journey (not really a journey when you live so close) to the Walt Disney World Resort on Saturday and has a plethora of newsworthy photos to share with us: ESPN Wide World of Sports coming February 25th
WDWNT Network owner Tom Corless took a short trip to the Walt Disney World Resort last week and has a number of newsworthy photos to share: The crane is up behind Cinderella Castle to remove the holiday dream lights
WDWNT Reporter Nick Corjay made another visit to the Walt Disney World Resort on January 5th, and has plenty of newsworthy pictures to share: The Crystal Palace at the Magic Kingdom is closed for refurbishment
I have returned from five wonderful days at the Walt Disney World Resort and I have a plethora of newsworthy photos to share with you from my trip: This year’s holiday display at Disney’s Contemporary Resort is themed to “it’s a small world”
WDWNT Podcaster Chris Lastrapes made a short visit to the Walt Disney World Resort last week and has a few photos to share with us: Christmas tree is up outside of Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Space Mountain has been in a soft-opening phase intermittently throughout the day Saturdatyand WDWNT Reporter Brandon Struve was lucky enough to experience the updated attraction twice during that period. Luckily for us, he has plenty of pictures and video to share with us: We’ll start off with a video of the attraction.
WDWNT Reporter Brandon Struve has been spending a lot of time at the Magic Kingdom awaiting soft-openings for Space Mountain to begin and has a few photos from his last two attempts to share: Monorail Teal was running on the resort loop, now taking guests
The Disney Parks Blog posted more information on Space Mountain’s on-going refurbishment this morning: We have more details to share about the Space Mountain attraction at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park as renovation work wraps up. As you know, the classic Space Mountain experience still exists — it’s just being updated with new technology and 21st century gadgetry. Inside the attraction, there’s new lighting as well as special “darkening” effects. And you’ll see updated color schemes for rocket capsules, line and load areas. Imagineers worked with Walt Disney World Facilities Asset Management for even more enhancements, including new paint, carpet, seat fabric and other décor elements. But what caught my attention during a recent walkthrough were details about track upgrades. It’s the same [...]
This small blurb about the Space Mountain attraction on the official Walt Disney World website just showed up today: Launch past the flashing lights of your space station into the soaring darkness of space! This classic Dark Ride dips and swerves as it rockets through the blackest reaches of the galaxy. Check the monitors as you exit for a glimpse of yourself in flight! This (as well as inside sources) confirms the addition of on-ride photographs to the attraction during the on-going refurbishment. While we’re not sure where the photo preview and purchasing areas will be, we can guess that you will be able to buy your on-ride photo inside the Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. at the exit of [...]