Since August, we have seen major contruction walls up at the entrance of Tomorrowland. The famous “french fry” rocks have been inviting guests into Tomorrowland for over 30 years at the Disneyland Park. While the walls have slowly shifted locations over the past few months, we still can still see one thing, no more rocks.
As you can see, the new entrance is underway. A small path is still available for guests to use. This has been very convenient while The Main Street Electrical Parade is occurring. This is not the final spot that needs work, as there are still rocks to the right that will need to be removed.
The walls that are up closer to Main Street have been up for the past two months. We can see that the land being leveled out.
As we saw with the Adventureland entrance expansion, the new space has made it much easier to enter the area. We hope that the new Tomorrowland entrance has the same effect.
Will you miss the old entrance, or are you excited to see what is coming?
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I could be wrong but pretty sure those rocks are only 20 years old. I believe they were added as part of the 1998 Jules Vern update to Tomorrowland which tried to steam punk design the land similar to Discoveryland in Paris.
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