Work never seems to let up on the facade for Skull Island: Reign of Kong at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. I was able to grab some photos on my recent visit this week and it’s looking just as amazing as ever. There seems to be something being constructed on the ground near the left-most side of the area. Not sure if it’s going to stay there or be moved into place later. Check it out and let me know what you think it is. This will be just a small photo update since my last big update with video. If you haven’t yet, please check out the video from my last update as it explains some of the concept art by comparing it to the construction site. Check out today’s photos below!
The view from Toon Lagoon bridge
The view beside the Toon Lagoon walls. Seems like they’re building a wall or structure on the left?
Perhaps it’s something to block Dudley from the riders or maybe this’ll be moved into place after constructed
Some attachment points have been added along the corner of the structure
Walking down the path towards Jurassic Park
The massive facade is just glorious
Work continues on the right, completing yet more brickwork and paint
Here you can see where the paint has currently left off
Not much going on with the attraction entry arch yet
A different angle of the arch and new brickwork in the background
Closer image of the entry arch
Lots more brickwork, now catching up to the queue building
Still no wall on this side of queue building. The other sides have walls in some form already
Still no work being done on this bit on far right of everything. Will be seen from Jurassic Park so probably going to be getting some type of facade/rockwork
Alicia has been visiting theme parks since the age of 3, has a knack for memorizing park maps, loves theme park renovations and cannot wait to ride something new. She can often be found wandering the parks and riding coasters!