Disney has confirmed that the “french fry” Tomorrowland entry rocks are being removed at Disneyland. The entrance rocks have been there for more than 20 years, but our friends at Discover the Magic on Instagram first spotted walls popping up at the Tomorrowland entrance a few days ago. Originally thought to just be sidewalk work, that work has expanded to completely removing the rocks as part of Disney’s “Project Stardust” walkway widening project at Disneyland park.
Here’s a look at the walls that are up around the site and some photos from atop the Astro Orbiter just before Disney started removing some of the rocks. For now, just the rocks to the north are being removed. Once that is done, the rocks to the south will be removed in the next few months. Disney has not announced an end date for the project, or what will come next for the Tomorrowland entrance.
Here’s a look back at the rocks during an Astro Orbiter refurbishment earlier this year.
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