With Cinderella Castle construction announced earlier this year, we now have an aerial view of Cinderella Castle construction to see how the process is coming along right before the planned reopening of the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World! The royal makeover is in conjunction with the 70th anniversary of the animated feature film Cinderella. With plans to update the blue into a royal blue as well as introduce some rose gold and gold colors to the castle. Previously, the work was quickly halted due to closure of the park following the global pandemic. However, due to the scheduled reopening, work has restarted again as shown by the aerial view of Cinderella Castle construction photos!
Aerial View of Cinderella Castle Construction Photos
The aerial view of Cinderella Castle construction photos was shared by twitter account Bioreconstruct, check out the tweet below!
Aerial view of work in progress today on Cinderella Castle. A brand new look when guests are welcomed back to Magic Kingdom next month. pic.twitter.com/ocTVss80Gb
— bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) June 12, 2020
As you can see from the photos, the royal blue update suits the castle so well, making it more distinctive and gives the castle an update! Likewise, the tallest spire is now completely gold which is simply beautiful!
From the back of the castle, you can see the rose gold walls and the gold walls continuing well ahead of the reopening, which is due to be Jully 11th.
Another aerial view of Cinderella Castle construction shows how much work has been completed in construct to the colors of the turrets adjacent to the castle.
More work is still required before the completion of the planned construction. As you can see, the surrounding Fantasyland buildings are needing to be updated from the former color scheme.
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