Over the past few weeks, Disney has been slowly rolling out a new paint scheme in parts of Tomorrowland. We’ve collected some photos over that time and have an updated look at the direction Tomorrowland is going, aesthetically.
We’ll start at the entrance to the land, where the metallic-purple rocks have received a fresh coat of paint. The moat is drained at the moment to allow for a pathway widening project near Cinderella Castle. While it’s drained, crews have been able to reach places they couldn’t before to freshen up the look of the land.
Moving into Tomorrowland, we notice that the majority of the work taking place is on the structure that connects Auntie Gravity’s, Mickey’s Star Traders, and Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe. Starting with Auntie Gravity’s, we can see an orange and peach running through the white facade.
As a reminder, here’s what the facade looked like in January.
When we returned, a purple had joined the color scheme. The photo directly below shows the existing color scheme for the Disney Vacation Club kiosk.
Moving over to Mickey’s Star Traders, we can see the same teal from the DVC kiosk above has been applied to the facade here. You can see the progression of the paint job over our multiple visits.
Also receiving a touch up nearby is the Tomorrowland Speedway. We’ve seen some teals introduced in addition to a repainting of the logo in turn one.
Finally, we make our way over to Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe where we see the colorful repainting continue.
The following two photos show two different color schemes tested. As of publish time, the all-yellow is the scheme currently in use.
Again, we see that crews are taking advantage of the drained moat to get to hard to reach areas at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe.
The paint scheme seems to be in line with what we saw over at the Carousel of Progress back in 2016.
Overall, it’s still a work in progress, but it looks like we’re in for a great big colorful tomorrow in Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom.