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This Week in Disney Parks Photos: A Salute to Parks’ Architecture

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Even though I get to visit Disney Parks quite often as a part of my role with the Disney Parks Blog, it never ceases to amaze me just how lovely our parks are. The architecture, color schemes, lighting and tiny details really bring our parks to life.

One new structure we showcased this week on the Disney Parks Blog was Rapunzel’s Tower, a new building that appears in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom Park. Although the tower simply highlights a new rest area, it sure is a cool architectural feature, isn’t it?

In addition to the Disney Parks Blog, The Looking Glass Tumblr page has also showcased some of the best architecture at Disney Parks, like the shot above, which was taken by Photographer Tom Bricker of the Cinderella Castle Breezeway at Magic Kingdom Park. Click through the gallery above to get a taste of some of the other architecture that’s been captured and shared so far.

What’s your favorite piece of architecture to photograph at Disney Parks? A castle? A mountain? Or something else? Tell us in the “Comments” section below.


  • “rest area”?

  • I love the Parks, I often go there often as well (Walt Disney World) I am a Cast Member, and I am just in awe at the beauty.

  • Taking a picture of the scrambled Rubiks cube stairwell at Pop Century,
    with my son standing next to it holding an identically scrambled cube.

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