For a parking garage, we were pleasantly surprised by all the artistic elements present, from murals on the walls, to neon blue mood lighting on the ceiling, to light fixtures with hidden Mickeys. Let’s take a closer look!
Guests still have to park at Mickey & Friends Parking, but are then led through a series of barricades up to the Pixar Pals security screening area.
There are three bag check tables and two metal detectors at each lane, which should help expedite things.
Once cleared, guests are then released into this covered plaza with gorgeous recessed lighting panels.
The lighting elements don’t just end there.
Check out this modernist chandelier with hidden Mickeys! There are a few of these down the line.
The tram loading station is just up ahead.
Even more modern lighting elements are by the loading queues.
The tram is currently picking up and dropping off guests at this location. Cement benches are available for guests to sit while they wait for the tram.
If you look past the tram towards the wall, you’ll notice this wavy, rainbow polka-dotted art wrapped along the entire wall.
The art features contrasting silhouettes of Mickey, Pluto, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and all kinds of other Disney characters.
Here we see Daisy, Belle, Simba, Goofy, Scrooge, and Eeyore on the last bit of wall mural before you head out of the parking structure.
Once it opens, more than 6,000 parking spaces will be available within the structure’s six levels. It is set to open by the end of the month, although hopefully sooner. The new structure will feature a new electronic parking system to expedite guest parking.