UPDATE on Demolition at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Change in Disney World is certainly no rare thing. We’re in the parks nearly every day, which means we see a LOT of changes.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Right now, we’re seeing changes take place in Toy Story Land as they build their new gift shop and restaurant, and we recently saw changes to the PeopleMover and Carousel of Progress in Magic Kingdom. Earlier this year it was announced that a popular show at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort would be torn down, and we have photos to update you on the progress of that demolition.

The Spirits of Aloha show at the Polynesian Resort was a Disney dinner show beloved by many guests. It was announced as permanently closed in March, and the area will be turned into new DVC Villas. We’ve been following along with the demolition process, and things are looking quite different.

It’s all gone!

The area looks to be mostly cleared now, and the leftover building debris has been put into piles to sort and discard.

Crazy to think there was a whole building here recently

The only building on the site now is the small hut you see in the middle.

The only building left standing!

We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the construction of the new villas as it progresses. If you’re headed to Disney World this month, keep an eye out for these 11 changes you won’t want to miss. And Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort isn’t the only Disney World spot under construction. Get the latest updates on 4 construction projects in the parks so you’re not caught off guard when you visit!

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Are you excited about the new villas, or mourning the loss of the dinner show? Let us know in the comments below!

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