2 popular Disney World attractions will be closed next week!

Are you going to Disney World this week? There are some amusement closures you may want to consider before planning your park!

Cinderella Castle

From time to time, Disney closes certain attractions to complete retouching or routine maintenance and it can be helpful to know what that schedule is early on. And while Disney recently finished its makeover at Mickey’s PhilharMagic, there are a few other closures still to be reckoned with. Tan, we look at everything that is CLOSED to enter From 15 to 21 November 2021!

Reform of the Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World Railroad

The Walt Disney World Railroad is known as one of the Magic Kingdom’s most iconic attractions, taking guests in a full circle around the theme park reaching Frontierland, Fantasyland and Tomorrowland along the way. But, the train has not been available for more than 2 years due to a part of the construction at TRON Lightcycle Run that is blocking its passage.

Main Street train station

Disney has not yet announced a reopening date and is currently scheduled to close at least until early 2022.

Check out the latest update on the closure of the Walt Disney World Railroad HERE!

Reform of Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Kali River Rapids

And, at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Kali River Rapids will also be closed for another week, as the waterfront undergoes routine maintenance. The well-known water trip to soak up your guests from head to toe won’t be available until mid-December, but we’re sure to share an official reopening date once it’s announced.

Kali River Rapids is currently closed

That’s all for all the closings at Disney World next week! We are always on the lookout for the latest renovations, construction projects and opening dates at parks and resorts, so stay tuned to AllEars for more information!


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