Throughout the year, Disney World will close some attractions, shops and even resorts to make the necessary renovations.
And it can be important to know what can be closed during your visit. That’s why here at AllEars, we keep you up to date with the latest Disney and this week’s makeovers let’s take a look at everything that will be closed between October 11 and 17, 2021. Let’s go!
Reforms of Magic Kingdom
Walt Disney World Railroad
While construction on the new TRON: Lightcycle Run attraction continues in Tomorrowland, the Walt Disney Railroad has remained closed. Disney is not making major updates to the attraction that will take you to the outskirts of the park, but part of the track is being blocked by the construction of roller coasters.
Disney has yet to share any updates (not even a timeline) for the railroad to resume operations, but we will continue to watch.
Click HERE to see the latest build of TRON.
In Fantasyland, Mickey’s PhilharMagic is scheduled to close on October 11, bringing a new scene with Pixar characters Coco can be added.
The attraction will reopen on November 11, but you can take a look at what the new scene entails, as it has already premiered at Disneyland.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE NEW SCENE HERE!
Disney World Resort renovations
Over the last month we have seen that many construction projects have been completed at the stations, but this week the closures will continue to affect guests staying at. Disney is currently updating the guest arrival experience, which has led to the closure of the .
Construction is scheduled to be completed in mid-October, so guests will need to check in at the port lobby exit for a while longer.
Well, you got it: everything will close at Disney World next week! Please note that some more closures are scheduled for November and December, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for the latest news.
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