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New Themed Lands for Magic Kingdom - Ideas?

Walt Disney World: Partially inspired by the new Fantasyland, I was just thinking, what new themed lands do you think could be added to either Disneyland or MK park?

From Jay R.
Posted December 13, 2012 at 7:16 AM
If you could add a new theme to Disney's Magic Kingdom (or Disneyland), what would it be? I'm not talking about a land that exist in another Magic Kingdom park (i.e Tokyo, Paris) but something entirely new.

While the other parks in the resorts are getting swanky new editions (Cars Lands, Avatar, etc.), what lands could the flagship parks add that would still allow it to feel like a Magic Kingdom Park

There's Adventure, Tomorrow, Fantasy, Frontierland, Liberty / New Orleans Square.....what could come next?

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From Dominick D
Posted December 13, 2012 at 7:31 AM
Like I just said in the Middle Earth thread, Lord of the Rings would be a great replacement for Tom Sawyer. It fits the magic theme of MK greatly. They could use the old Fire Mountain plans they had and turn it into Mount Doom.

From robert morris
Posted December 13, 2012 at 8:04 AM
TSI with dual draw bridges from the exit of BTMR...and a dock from HM entrance

Leading to a TSI now formatted for an E Ticket Sleepy Hollow ride with shops themed trees, and a full service restaurant on the site of Aunt Polly's overlooking the Rivers of America

It fits theme wise with Frontierland and Liberty Square and America's first ghost story

Land also eliminates dead end in Frontierland

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