The Disneyland Resort has had it’s fair share of construction in the past year. From the creation of Galaxy’s Edge, to the refurbishment of Sleeping Beauty Castle, there seemed to be new changes all around the park. Now, it seems like the entrance to Tomorrowland will be altered in the near future.
When guests pass the park hub, before entering Tomorrowland, there are man-made rocks. These rocks guide guests to either Star Tours or Buzz Lightyear Astro-Blasters. Starting August 15th, construction walls went up around the rocks. This has sparked many to speculate if the so-called “French fry rocks” will be removed.
This project is most likely part of the widening of specific walkways. These particular walkways tend to be more subject to crowding or bottle-necking. Similar projects were that of the Adventureland entrance and the walkway in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle. Just like the castle construction, this project will include paving down the curb. This will make the entrance to the land more accessible for all guests.
As of now, there is no set timeline for the construction of the rock removal.
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Source: OC Register
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