Good Morning America Shares More Details on Cinderella Castle Makeover

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Cinderella Castle

Earlier this week, we informed readers that Disney plans to give a makeover to Cinderella Castle. We received further details on what will be done to modify the appearance of Walt Disney World’s famous castle.

Good Morning America (GMA) reported the full scope of the Cinderella Castle makeover to their viewers. First, they clarified how the upcoming castle project includes plans to touch upon nearly every inch of Cinderella Castle. All 18 towers and their corresponding spires will be changed. The spires will be repainted with a deeper hue of blue color to help give them a bolder appearance. This change will give a more distinguished royal blue color to the shingle spires. Also, the castle’s turrets and their 13 gargoyles are included in this royal makeover. The fresh new coloration will enhance the visual aesthetic.

The concept art better illustrates how a shiny gold trim will adorn each segment of Cinderella Castle. If you focus on the inner curtain, you’ll see they plan to paint that part with a new rose-pink color. The inner curtain is the main structure of towers located inside the circle of towers at the base. Even though it’s a soft color, adding rose-pink does add a nice touch!

We are excited to see how Cinderella Castle will look once its royal makeover is complete. It’s sure to delight visitors coming to Magic Kingdom for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World!

What do our fans think of the plans for Cinderella Castle? Tell us in the comments!

Source: Good Morning America

Kevin Koszola