With the 50th anniversary celebration around the corner for the Walt Disney World Resort, we are quickly starting to see many theme parks add some special details to their surroundings and attractions for the special 18-month celebration!
At Magic Kingdom, we have seen the majority of transformations occur. Not only is Cinderella Castle completely changed into an EARidescent dream with golden swirls, regal blue, and stunning pink tones added to the castle, but Main Street, U.S.A. is also going to shimmer, “it’s a small world” is getting a rainbow makeover, Princess Fairytale Hall received a 14-karat gold sign. Now, we can see Mad Tea Party is also joining in on the celebration.
We can see that the roof of the attraction is being updated from its previous teal look to a new regal blue and purple color with fun added designs to match the ongoing color scheme that we have seen throughout Walt Disney World from the castle to the Magic Kingdom entryway marquee!
Below, you can take a look at the stark difference in color from the majority of the roof to the newly painted peak of the attraction.
A Very Merry UnBirthday
Pour yourself into an oversized pastel teacup and twirl through a wild wonderland of color and song. As the party gets underway, sail back and forth around a towering teapot as festive music fills the air.
A Taste of Classic Disney Magic
Mad Tea Party is inspired by the Mad Hatter’s party sequence in Walt Disney’s animated classic Alice in Wonderland and modeled after the iconic 1955 Disneyland Park attraction.
Control Your Spin
For a wild ride, turn the wheel fast and hold on. Dizziness not your cup of tea? Turn slowly, or not at all, and enjoy a gentle turn around the table.
The classic attraction will surely attract even more Guests with this new pop of color added to the exterior, showing that even if the theme park is turning 50 years old, the attractions look as fresh as they did on opening day!
How do you like all of the new changes that we have seen at Magic Kingdom to celebrate the 50th anniversary?