The Magic Kingdom is decked out for Halloween, and Denise took photos from the front of the park to all the way down Main Street USA (see the full set HERE). It looks really good this year, with new garland and wreaths! The display is outside as always for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party (below, left). The Magic, Memories and You banner has displaced a couple of pumpkins, which are now inside the park at Town Square. But the front entrance looks great! (below, right).
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This week we chose a different location for most of our Magic Kingdom photos and video, Disney’s Contemporary Resort. We went to the roof to get a great view of the Magic Kingdom (below, left). Beast’s Castle looks much smaller from a distance (below, right).
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Yesterday afternoon we stopped by Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort before heading to the Magic Kingdom to do some recording for my next project. The construction wall (for the rumored DVC expansion) spans much of the sidewalk between the main building and the Wedding Pavilion (below left). Walls also lead into the Grand Floridian Spa (below, right).
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We paid two visits to the Magic Kingdom this weekend, you can see that Fourth of July banners have been added to some buildings (below, left). It’s very festive! On the other side of the spectrum, it was an emotional day for the last day of Flynn Rider at the Tangled Play & Greet (below, right).
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We paid a short visit to the Magic Kingdom to meet SHAG (Josh Agle) as he signed his Walt Disney World 40th Anniversary artwork. On our way in, we were happy to see that the Main Street Confectionery (below left and right) now has awnings and signage that mute the red border and finish the look to this building!
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