Tagged with " Under The Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid"
From Super Bowl MVP parades to Animal Kingdom, WDWNT Reporter Zach Larson brings us around the world with him on a very busy photo report. Let’s take a look: Land clearing continues for the Grand Floridian DVC wing Meanwhile, some brush is being cleared from this island in the Seven Seas Lagoon The main street characters were out entertaining guests waiting for Eli Manning to parade down the street. I really don’t like the new one in the beige shorts… They were offering free balloons with every audio guide purchased! Giants fans out in force Here comes the Super Bowl MVP Congratulations to our hometown champions, the New York Giants… even though I’m a Dolphins fan… stop laughing… The Big [...]
WDWNT Reporter Josh Siegel visited the Magic Kingdom on Thursday and has a ton of newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look: Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom was testing There is a window at the head of the queue area to give guests more info It is still a fire station, just with three added Sorcerers stations WDWFD used instead of the customary MKFD Package Pick-up/Chamber of Commerce behind tarps Pooh and Tigger now greeting guests in the garden New flowers planted for the season Roy and Minnie await the move back to Town Square Some of the Confectionary and The Chapeau facades behind tarps Sign pointing guests to character FASTPASS Waits are short This will [...]
Thanks to Scott Keating of www.scottkeating.net, we have an “over-the-walls” aerial view of the consturctiuon going on in New Fantasyland, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and the new DVC wing at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa: The tents from Toontown are basically being rebuilt, but the rest of the Storybook Circus looks like it will make it for Mid-Februaury Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid and the Beauty and the Beast realm are coming along nicely. Foundations for the Seven Dwarf Mine Train are starting to appear Dumbos are being carefully removed from the old spinner, getting ready for the move The new Dumbo spinner looks ready to go, and the queue isn’t far behind The Fantasyland Station [...]
WDWNT Reporter Zach Larson visited the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot on Friday and has some newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look: Land clearing continues for the Grand Floridian DVC wing More Main Street U.S.A. facades are going behind tarps, this should be the last batch A temporary sidewalk ramp installed Signs point guests around to the meet and greet FASTPASS distribution Center Street tarps still up The Bakery is now behind tarps A temporary cart is also serving some bakery items Plaza Ice Cream is closed This facade will be behind tarps soon Storybook Circus construction Dumbo is almost ready to roll The queue seems a bit behind Dumbo was testing We’re [...]
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited the Magic Kingdom yesterday and has a TON of newsworthy photos to share with us (including a lot of New Fantasyland), so let’s take a look: Work has begun on the new path into Liberty Square from Fantasyland The path will cut around the Yankee Trader Walls still up at the Skyway station, soon to be restrooms Dumbo closes in the original location on January 9th Plenty of trees planted in New Fantasyland now, these will be staying The pavement is a bit messy still Castle wall construction PROGRESS! Prince Eric’s castle is coming along nicely Awww… Not too bad… Another look at the Castle Walls The first interactive queue A look at Maurice’s Cottage [...]
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth recently visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the Magic Kingdom and took a TON of newsworthy photos to share with us, so strap in for a lengthy look around Walt Disney World: Adam caught the Comedy Warehouse Holiday Special inside the ABC Sound Studio, former home of Sounds Dangerous In case you don’t know, Comedy Warehouse was a club at Pleasure Island Just a sticker, but shows effort for a very temporary attraction Control booth The show is improv, comedy’s ugly cousin… OK… I’ve been running this site for five years, and this is easily the lowest moment… Adam enjoyed it and so did guests, so we’ll see what the future holds… Booths from the Food & [...]
It has been a while since we checked in with the progress on the New Fantasyland project, so let’s take a look courtesy of WDWNT Reporter Zach Larson: Storybook Circus is coming along quickly The tents are still bare The Dumbo queue building Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid The castle has been painted! Work continues on the Beauty and the Beast realm The village will have its first visible details soon We’ll check back soon!
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: Some of the turnstiles at Epcot are behind walls
From Jennifer Fickley-Baker on the Disney Parks Blog: Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid is one of several attractions currently under construction in the New Fantasyland expansion of Magic Kingdom Park. This is a very exciting time as various elements are currently being installed in the attraction. Walt Disney Imagineers are currently putting the finishing touches on a sweeping seaside mural that will welcome guests to the load-in area of this attraction. This video, provided by WDI, shows how Imagineers created an experimental process using digital technology to design the mural, and then used portable tablets to guide them in the artistic process when it came time to put paint on canvas.
WDWNT Reporter Zach Larson visited the Magic Kingdom on Tuesday and has a ton of newsworthy photos to share with us (including a ton of New Fantasyland progress), so let’s take a look: Caste Dreamlight installations looks just about finished