As summer moves into high gear, we talk a stroll around the Magic Kingdom on a rare dry day.
Main Street is alive with the horse drawn trolly and entertainment left and right.
Trivia moment: the statue of Roy O. Disney and Minnie Mouse is named "Sharing The Magic"
Heading into Adventureland, we see the home of the Orange Bird the Sunshine Tree Terrace is under scrims as they touch up the facade.
A beautiful view of a classic attraction that is rumored to be leaving soon:
Of course, what would Adventureland be without some Pirates?
Moving into Frontierland, we see where all the summer crowds are hiding.
Big Al and Liver Lips out drumming up lunch business for the Diamond Horseshoe.
Liberty Square is preparing for the reopening of the Hall of Presidents on June 30th as the Haunted Mansion is waiting for the return of the signature hearse outside.
Fantasyland is, as always, very crowded. With the news of Disneyland making adjustments to Adventureland to move strollers out of the way we can hope they will look East after they finish.
Even though it is moving into prime summer season, Sir Mickey's is still under scrims after months of work.
Over in Tomorrowland, we see that another attraction rumored not long for this world still drawing a long line even when running at full capacity.
Cosmic Ray's is still working on expanding the seating area.
With summer comes the short return of Stitch's Great Escape running most days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Well that does it for our tour of a summer day at Magic Kingdom. Check back soon for more from Walt Disney World.