This is a Toy Story Land Construction Update for April 2018. We know that Toy Story Land is opening June 30th, but there still is a lot of work to be done in the next 80 days to get everything prepared. That being said, every day you can see the progress going on in Toy Story Land, and it looks like the theming around the attraction part of the Slinky Dog Dash coaster is all but done.
And lastly we got a look at some of the first couple items on the Woody’s Lunch Box menu, including some interesting Pop-Tart-like things for breakfast and a BBQ Brisket Melt for Lunch/Dinner
Of course we want to see all the new construction work happening, and thanks to @biorecontruct on Twitter, we have some awesome aerial shots of Toy Story Land and the surrounding construction progress! Let’s take a look!
Just to give you an idea of how much can happen in less than a year, this is a current shot of Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios:
Here’s a shot from May 2017, just 11 months ago. Things have really progressed.
Of course the workers need to go fast like Dash from the Incredibles if they are going to make the June 30th deadline, but they should be able to do it!
Next up we can see the Entrance to Toy Story Land and some theming elements like trees being added in. This will be the first place guests see when entering the new land so first impressions have got to be good!
Next we can see the progress on the Toy Story Midway Mania queue. This of course is now on the inside of Toy Story Land instead of the other side of the building off Pixar Place, which only makes sense. There are going to be lots of new interactive elements to the queue, so I’m very excited to step inside and see when it opens:
Around the other side of the building we can see the Midway Mania Exit indicated by the top arrow, and the re-entry into Toy Story Land where the bottom one is:
Here’s a look at the Toy Story Land Model and you can see the exit behind the gate and then leading back to the left behind the other gate into Toy Story Land again:
Some of Toy Story Land’s theming elements can be seen at the arrow, where there is a Tinker Toy Lamp Post already installed. On the right you can see the progress for Woody’s Lunch Box, the land’s only dining option:
Moving over to Alien Swirling Saucers you can see the backside of the attraction and the arrow shows where the ride queue will enter and split off to two different ride platforms:
This, plus the overall progress of the attraction can once again be seen by looking back at a photo from 11 months ago. You can clearly see the two ride platforms and where the queue enters the attraction:
Over on the side of Alien Swirling Saucers you can see some green decorations being added to the walls:
Lastly, as wee take a look at the Slinky Dog Dash coaster, we can see that basically all the landscaping and theming elements around the attraction have been installed:
The work that’s left is on the station and queue for the attraction. Here you can see work being done on the attraction’s entrance:
Here you can see the theming going up on the walls of the entrance:
Around back we can see the Slinky Dog Dash service area and garage:
When the trains have to be worked on, they will be brought around back on the track leading out of the station and then there is a system in place to move the trains from the main track, back into the service area:
Lastly we can see the Hollywood Studios fireworks launch point from behind Toy Story Land:
I want to know what you think about the Toy Story Land Construction Update for April.
Are you looking forward to Toy Story Land?
What part are you most excited for?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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