New Tomorrowland Sign Debuts at the Magic Kingdom

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The new Tomorrowland sign has finally been installed at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World.

Signage in Tomorrowland went down a couple of months ago. The old one was put in during a 1994 refurbishment of the area. Now the new one has gone up.

Personally, I liked the old one better. Sure it was busy, but it was impressive and fun.

I can see where the new one could be seen as more “modern” with it’s simple lines and fits the changes that have been coming better. Feels more Tron-like I guess. (Oh they should have put a light on it like a Codex.)  This isn’t something I’m going to be like “How dare they!” over, I don’t hate it, I just like the other one better.

Instagram has images of the new sign because I haven’t been able to get out there yet 😉

 

 

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Paging Mr. Morrow…Tomorrowland has a new sign! • This modern sign matches the new direction that Tomorrowland is taking. We’ve seen new paint schemes, a new attraction sign at Monsters Inc Laugh Floor, and now the entrance marquee has seen an overhaul too! • Swipe to see the old sign! And check out Blog Mickey for more photos! • What do you think of the new look? More futuristic? • 📸: @blogmickey • #tomorrowlandsign #tomorrowland #magickingdom #theresagreatbigbeautifultomorrow #wdw #disneysigns #disneyig #disneyworld #disney #igdisney #disneynews #disneyupdate #blogmickey #disneyblog #disneyblogger #magickingdomlands #stitch #monstersinclaughfloor #spacemountain #buzzlightyearrangerspin #carouselofprogress #astroorbiter #peoplemover #tomorrowlandspeedway

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Brand new tomorrowland sign! #disneyparks #disneyworld #magickingdom #tomorrowland #disney

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Here’s the old one for those that need a refresh

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What do you think of the new sign? Do you think it’s an improvement or not?

Comment and let us know!

Sources: @blogmickey on Instagram (Hat tip to the story), @sdmdisney on Instagram, @whenyouwishuponavlog (original sign)


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