Honestly, it’s going to be quite pretty once it’s done. Different. But pretty.Was just at the park tonight for a couple hours to see IllumiNations. I felt like I needed to be there on the night before the announcements - the calm before the storm, lol! The entrance area is such a maze/mess. I didn’t realize the fountain and center planter were behind the construction walls as well. Should be real fun once F&W starts next week. They’ve already drained the ponds on FW West and cleared trees behind Innoventions. I’m feeling apprehensive about tomorrow, but hopeful that these changes will at least bring the entrance back to its original vision, with a lot more green/vegetation. And a bag check area that can handle the crowds!
I think the parents were so overcome they abandoned the kids to breathlessly take instagram selfies in front of the fountain...that now looks like it did 35 years ago...
It's a pretty safe bet that most of the entry hardscape work will be done. You will likely see some walls still up depending on when in December you show up but it should be clear come the holidays. Inside the park will be another matter however as I fully expect Demolition of inoventions West to be well under way.Any educated guesses on when the entrance construction might wrap up? Totally selfish reasons. Headed there in Dec. I love the look of the reimagined entrance artwork. Would love to see that rather than walls.
Getting the trees to change to autumn colors is a nice touch too. I wonder how they are going to pull that off.I just LOVE the character of this. However... one can do wonders with the environmental treatments in art. Any optics on if the geodesic dome will have updated lighting or those points of light shown here? Would be a really nice touch.
There are a number of deciduous trees in Florida that briefly turn color as they prepare to drop their leaves.Getting the trees to change to autumn colors is a nice touch too. I wonder how they are going to pull that off.
Can I see one of those three trees in Orlando? And are the other two any where near the first?There are a number of deciduous trees in Florida that briefly turn color as they prepare to drop their leaves.
Personally, I prefer evergreens around Disney property because when I trek from the naked trees of the north to Florida in winter, it's not a relief from the reminder of what waits back at home to see more empty branches.Although South Florida is not known for the brilliant fall colors enjoyed by our northern neighbors, we do have a few trees that provide some fall color!savemoretreeservice.com