Good Morning from Magic Kingdom! It is going to be a beautiful and hot day today. We are on the hunt for what’s new. We will be checking out construction updates and new merchandise. I hope you enjoy following along with our day.
Before we get started. We decided to take a ride on the EPCOT monorail to take a look at the construction.
From the monorail we could see they were doing some paving on the EPCOT parking lots. They were not parking guests in this lot.
It’s nice to see the flowers are still on display at EPCOT. There is still some time left to enjoy EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival until July 4, 2022.
We can see some of the construction at the World Celebration area.
We also saw construction and crews working on the rock work at Journey of Water inspired by “Moana.”
After riding the monorail to EPCOT, we decided to hop onto the resort monorail and check out the demolition of Spirit of Aloha.
We finally arrived at Magic Kingdom, and so did everyone else. Looks like the summer crowds are going to be in full force for a while.
When entering Magic Kingdom today we noticed the 50th decorations were missing from the flower beds. We’re going to do some further investigation to find out where they went.
We could never get tired of this view. Let’s take a walk down Main Street, U.S.A.
While walking down Main Street, U.S.A., we noticed new planters out on center street blocking the construction.
We found our new favorite tee in The Main Street Cinema. This 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attraction tee has joined the 50th anniversary Vault Collection at Walt Disney World.
We found one of the 50th decorations in the grass by the sea monster topiary, facing Tomorrowland Terrace.
We found the other missing 50th decoration in the grass near this bridge, across from The Crystal Palace.
We decided to hop on the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover to take a look at the TRON Lightcycle / Run construction.
We could see construction crews working on different areas of TRON Lightcycle / Run.
We also saw construction crews working on the awning at Light & Power in Tomorrowland.
We made our way into Mickey’s Star Traders and found these two new open edition Mickey and Minnie pins.
The back side of Cinderella Castle looks breathe-taking today.
We noticed some more painting on the exterior of Mickey’s PhilarMagic.
As we made our way through Magic Kingdom we stopped into the Frontier Trading Post and found two new limited edition pins. They are part of the ‘Floating Down Main Street, U.S.A.’ limited edition pin collection. These pins have a limited edition size of 4,000.
On our way out of Magic Kingdom, we waved to our friends from the Hundred Acre Wood.
We decided to do some park hopping and made our way to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
This wait time looks almost as scary as ‘The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.’
Walking down Sunset Boulevard we found this new Jasmine pin at Sunset Ranch Pins and Souvenirs.
It’s a hot one today. We’re calling it a day so we can cool off. We hope you enjoyed following along today.