It’s been a while since we’ve seen construction progress at Disney World since all projects were put on pause shortly after the shutdown.
But today, we’ve seen a lot of action happening at the resort today as some hotels are preparing to reopen on June 22nd along with the theme parks on July 11th and July 15th. The Disney’s Skyliner gondolas are back out, not to mention the walls around Homecomin’s new outdoor Shine bar have come down!
And thanks to DFB Reader@bioreconstruct, we got to see Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom was receiving her royal beauty treatment again! Now, our eyes-in-the-sky reader has just captured a few images of the movable bridge that is expected to join Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort to Magic Kingdom!
Polynesian Resort guests should be able to access and use this bridge as well.
Do keep in mind, Disney has not commented on this bridge, so things are still a bit up in the air in terms of details. But we’re pretty excited by the potential that Magic Kingdom could be that much more accessible from these two resorts.
Are you excited to see construction has resumed at Disney World? Let us know which project you’re hoping will be completed by the time you visit in the comments below!
From our friends at www.disneyfoodblog.com
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