UPDATE – Toy Story Land, Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Construction in Walt Disney World

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Imagineering is hard at work in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and elsewhere as the company gears up for the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World.

The unprecedented construction projects including Toy Story Land and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge continue, and Twitter user @bioreconstruct has posted some updates of many of the current construction projects around the resort.

Here are his latest aerial pics of Toy Story Land construction in Disney’s Hollywood Studios…

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They’d better hurry if they want to make the opening date of June 30! It still looks like a lot needs to be finished.

Meanwhile, in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge…

It’s not just Hollywood Studios that’s getting a massive makeover. The Caribbean Beach and Coronado Springs Resorts are also seeing a lot of construction these days.

And construction continues on Disney’s new DVC, the Riviera, which is being built where Barbados village used to be in Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

And in Disney Springs, construction continues on the new NBA Experience, which replaces DisneyQuest.

Stay tuned to The Kingdom Insider for more news on all of the construction projects at Walt Disney World leading up to the 50th Anniversary celebration in 2021!

[Source: Twitter]

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