Late last year, new RFID scanners replaced some of the turnstiles at the front of each park. Earlier this year more construction walls went up to add more RFID entrances to all parks. Today, the entire right section of Epcot and MK are no longer turnstiles but the new scanners. Only guest with Key to the World cards currently will be able to use the new RFID entrances.
A quick look at Splash Mountain. The bridge just in front of the ride has been closed off to get some work done. Work continues, Splash Mountain is scheduled to re open March 19th
Meanwhile, next door at Big thunder Mountain RR an interactive queue is being set-up. Video below shows imagineers talk about the new interactive experience coming soon at BTMRR
A look at the Rapunzel area beyond It's a Small World.
Work also continues on the 7 Dwarfs Mine Train at the New Fantasyland. The pathway in between Under the Sea with Ariel and Dumbo opens when the area get's too busy.
At Epcot, more prep for the Flower and Garden Festival. Booths have been placed around World Showcase, topiaries placed and butterfly garden being set-up. Flower and Garden Festival starts. March 6th.
Open now, the small play area for kids at Rose Garden in Epcot. The Land of Oz Garden.
Other work being done around Epcot: Mission Space. The ride is open.
Disney's Limited Time Magic hits Epcot again. This whole week celebrate Presidents with the Voices of Liberty. Check out the short clip of the capella presentation, bringing to life inspirational moments from our nations history.
Some St Patrick's Day Pins
A look at last year's Flower and Garden Festival at Epcot
Disney also changing the look of their buses. Very few of them at the moment, but they are around Disney property. They are to match the bus driver's uniforms.
Over at Universal, Transformers is looking good on the outside.
Video: Construction Update
At Seaworld, work continues on the Antarctica attraction. Seaworld recently announced the official opening date for the new attraction and is set for May 24th. A look at the construction progress from thrillgeek.com: