This morning we visited Magic Kingdom to take a look at the Cinderella Castle Dreamlights installation. We also made our way into Tomorrowland, where the facade for the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor is being demolished. There are a few other small projects requiring construction walls in Tomorrowland as well, let’s take a look!

The Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor facade is being demolished. According to Cast, they expect the large facade to be removed in part due to walkway concerns. With a huge project like the Tron roller coaster expected to bring thousands of guests through Tomorrowland in the morning, walkways are definitely a concern for Disney.

Here’s a peek over the wall from the PeopleMover.

A closer look at the current state of the facade.

Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor remains open during the demolition. When completed, Cast expect a new sign to be installed. At this point, work is expected to be completed by mid-October.

Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor isn’t the only Tomorrowland attraction to be plagued by walls. There is currently some underground pipe work being done in front of Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, requiring a rather large chunk of land to be placed behind construction walls. As of right now, we’re not aware of any work set to be done in this area beyond the underground work.

 An elevated look at the area from the PeopleMover.

Finally, we see that the large floating Kugel ball is behind a low wall.

Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor Facade Demolition (Updated Photos)

We returned to Magic Kingdom the past two days to take photos of the continuing demolition. Here’s a look!

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