Construction continues on Beast’s Castle in Magic Kingdom as scaffolding completely takes over the structure. On a recent visit to Fantasyland, we noticed that the construction scaffolding on Beast’s Castle is still up and work is still being done, as seen in the image below.
Back in June, we reported on a permit filed which was for “general construction” for the area that is home to Be Our Guest, Gaston’s Tavern, and the restrooms nearby. And in July, we reported on the construction work beginning on Beast’s Castle as scaffolding appeared next to the castle.
Earlier this week, Inside the Magic visited Magic Kingdom and as seen in the images above and below, it is clear that Imagineers are still working on this project as the scaffolding has yet to come down.
At this time, we do not know what Imagineers are doing to Beast’s Castle, but it could be relating to the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World, which will begin on October 1, 2021.
This is just another construction project happening in Magic Kingdom as we have already seen the theme park spruce up other areas of the park, including the Tangled-themed restrooms, parts of Fantasyland including Prince Charming Regal Carrousel, and Casey Jr.’s Soak ‘n’ Splash.
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More on Be Our Guest
Beast’s Castle is the icon for the popular Be Our Guest restaurant, which is located in Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom. The official description of Be Our Guest reads:
Feast on French-inspired fare in one of our elaborately themed rooms—straight out of the beloved Disney classic!
Be Our Guest Restaurant is an expansive and elegant dining destination located at the foot of Beast’s Castle in Fantasyland. Whether you are enjoying lunch or dinner, you will experience an atmosphere made for memories.
Royal Rooms for Loyal Subjects
Be Our Guest offers 3 meticulously imagineered dining areas, each designed to immerse our Guests in the heartwarming mystery and romance of Beauty and the Beast:
- The Grand Ballroom – Go for baroque in this magnificent ballroom with its high, domed ceiling, chandeliers and snow-laced Gothic arches.
- The West Wing – Dine in the Beast’s mysterious West Wing study—if you dare—and perhaps you’ll even spy his enchanted rose.
- The Castle Gallery – Get swept up in the romance of Belle’s private library, and inspired by the larger-than-life figures of Belle and Beast dancing.
Each room is unforgettable.
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