Workers at Disneyland Paris’ Magic Kingdom are rushing to finish various refurbishment projects prior to the busy summer season. Alain Littaye of the Disney and more blog brings us a new update with photos. ~~Rick
Disneyland Paris Prepares for Busy Summer Season
by Alain Littaye
Disney and more blog
Here’s another Disneyland Paris update and this time we’ll have a look at what’s going on inside DLP Magic Kingdom. Thanks, as always, to Max Fan, D&M contributor and DLPWelcome webmaster.
The Main Street Transportation Co. building as well as Town Square Photography are in refurbishment as we know, but now the Boardwalk Candy Palace facade is also in refurb, and it’s a good thing as it needed it.
While we’re here, let’s take a look at the beautiful theming inside Boardwalk Candy Palace.
Let’s move to Fantasyland and Sleeping Beauty castle!
At Dumbo the Flying Elephant, one of the sixteen Dumbos was not working…
Nearby, the rest rooms near Le Chalet de la Marionnette are closed for refurbishment. The annual refurb of the Pinnochio dark ride nearby will end soon.
In Frontierland, nets have been installed in a portion of the Big Thunder Mountain queue.
New trees have been planted in the Phantom Manor courtyard, outside, and they will look great when they mature!
At the entrance of Discoveryland, one of the two basins is still not working…
The water level in Nautilus lagoon is lower than usual due to the refurb on a part of the Nautilus hull.
At Adventureland it’s now test time for the trains of the rebuilt Indiana Jones attraction. Tests are done with empty trains, of course.
Here’s another refurb at the exit of the park. Paving stones on the ground are being replaced. They’ll probably do the right part once the left one is finished.
Pictures: copyright Max Fan – DLPWelcome
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