Hello from Main Street, USA Today we make our way through the Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios; Let’s begin!
From our day at the Transportation and Ticket Center, new video signs at every ticket counter will inform guests that passes are available again for all guests!
Happy new “Passholder Entrance” signs above and in front of the Tapstilen greet new and returning pass holders.
The walls have come down at Main Street Pastry Shop and we hope they fully return before the 50th anniversary on October 1st.
A dashing new “It’s a small world” dress shop dress transformed into Uptown Jewelers.
A new Dooney & Bourke “Paw Pals” collection has also arrived at Uptown Jewelers.
The rock banks in the adventure land will continue to receive a fresh coat of paint, as you can see on the upper part of the seating area.
Another section of the sidewalk in front of the toilets in Adventureland was repaved and repainted.
Jungle green sidewalk grows wild as more is replaced in front of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.
Further colorations have been completed on the inner and outer brown panels at Frontierland Station near Splash Mountain.
Construction continues around the Country Bear Jamboree as the promenade plank replacement is nearing completion.
The scoring goes along the gravel path behind Liberty Square Market.
Two new Her Universe “The Haunted Mansion” shirts have arrived at Memento Mori.
Under the Sea: The Little Mermaid’s Voyage received signage from Lightning Lane.
Renovations continue while the final yellow tent in the Storybook Circus is lined with paint.
Roof painting at the Mad Tea Party is in progress as the panels get new paintwork of blue.
Two new phone cases and magnets with Captain America and Spider-Man are at Tomorrowland Light & Power Co.
The memorial bricks & ornaments station in the shop was out of order due to storage concerns with the bricks.
The 50th anniversary filming on the hubgrass was an interesting point when Josh D’Amaro appeared.
The Silhouettes Cart, which can also be found in Liberty Square, has returned to the streets of Main Street, USA alongside Crystal Arts.
On the way to Disney’s Hollywood Studios there are new golden banners for the 50th anniversary.
Even though we got to Park Hop well after 2pm, boarding groups for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance were still available inside.
New Lightning Lane and virtual signage have arrived at the attraction.
Slinky Dog Dash in Toy Story Land also got a new Lightning Lane.
Inside Walt Disney Presents: One Man’s Dream, the entrance to the Monsters, Inc. meet and greet area is open and guests are advised that Mike and Sully will be absent. It’s still cool to go through if you can.
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