Following last week’s Magic Kingdom update, which included a review of Tomorrowland Terrace’s new menu and a wide-ranging construction update, we return to buy some pins and tie up a few loose ends.
At this point, it wouldn’t surprise me if Disney started sending out buses that pull up to the resorts displaying “Magic Kingdom” overhead, pick up a bus full of excited tourists, and then change the sign on top to “Hollywood Studios” as the bus driver laughs like a maniac and drops bewildered guests at the “Hollywood that never was and if construction continues at this pace, probably never will be.”
While pictures like the one above will forever be immortalized in hastily written articles the Internet over, the situation surrounding Frozen Ever After looks to be improving.
The website has been neglecting Magic Kingdom with all of the additions and changes happening elsewhere over the last few weeks, so we will take a moment to check in on recent happenings. As I’ve pointed out before, Magic Kingdom’s lack of new additions may benefit your visit to the Park more than the addition of a new headlining experience. With most casual vacationers looking to spend a second day at Epcot for Frozen Ever After/New Soaring/Royal Sommerhus, potentially adding a second night at Hollywood Studios in order to see both the Galactic Spectacular and Fantasmic, and at least seven people staying late at Animal Kingdom for Jungle Book: Awaken the Animals on Kilimanjaro Safaris Please I’ll Do Anything, that just means fewer people clogging up the walkways and queues at Magic Kingdom.
Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire is the name of a show that I still have to look up every time that I talk about it. It replaces Dream Along with Mickey on the Castle Forecourt Stage in front of Cinderella Castle.