Tomorrowland’s Carousel of Progress Has a New Sign

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Tomorrowland’s Carousel of Progress, in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, has recently received a new sign display at its entrance. The sleek new look is a hexagon mounted onto a larger, rounded, triangular-shaped base.  The color scheme is a metallic gray with white lettering and blue trim.  The base is a shiny dark-blue color with a light-blue trim.


We particularly like the nod to the originality of the Carousel of Progress.  The six sides of the hexagon acknowledge the six theater sections of the ride.  The white circular shape, with the hexagon in the middle, located beneath the lettering shows the shape of the interior of the ride.

There has been a number of updates in Tomorrowland this year.  There is definitely a theme of metallic blues and grays as seen in the newly painted rocks located at the entrance to Tomorrowland.  The contrast of colors, between the new Carousel of Progress sign, and the newly painted rocks, has not gone unnoticed.

What do you think of the new Carousel of Progress sign?  Please leave your comments in the box below.






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Lisette R lives in Orlando, FL and is a local writer for Chip and Co. She loves all things Disney. She can primarily be found exploring the Walt Disney World Parks, Walt Disney World Resorts, and Disney Springs. When she is not at Walt Disney World she enjoys spending time researching and planning her next cruise on the Disney Cruise LIne or a visit to Disney Land.
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One thought on “Tomorrowland’s Carousel of Progress Has a New Sign

  1. I love Carousel of Progress. It’s an original and has Walt’s fingerprints all over it. My grandchildren enjoy riding it and, of course, they know it’s one of my favorites! I’m happy to see the sign is being updated.

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