Regardless of the time of year you visit Disney World, there are likely to be a construction project or two underway in parks and resorts.
Here at AllEars we keep you informed of all these closures so you won’t be surprised when you go on holiday! And today we present an update of the renewal all attractions and shops that will be closed from From December 6 to 12, 2021.
Reform of the Magic Kingdom
Walt Disney World Railroad
For a long time, guests were able to board the Walt Disney World Railroad and walk around the park. And that won’t happen soon according to the Disney World calendar.
Part of the railroad track in Tomorrowland is currently being blocked by the construction of TRON: Lightcycle Run. Disney has not yet announced a date (or even a timeline) for the opening of the new roller coaster, so the railroad is likely to remain closed for a while longer.
Click HERE to see the latest update on the closure of the Walt Disney World Railroad!
At EPCOT, the small shop in Morocco’s Souk-Al-Maghreb pavilion has been closed for a few weeks and will remain closed for the rest of next week.
Disney’s renovation schedule is currently scheduled for the store to reopen on February 6, 2022, but in the meantime we’ll be watching for any additional updates!
Reform of Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Kali River Rapids
Finally, the closure of Kali River Rapids will continue throughout the week, as Disney performs routine maintenance on the waterfront at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
The attraction was originally scheduled to reopen in mid-December, but that date has been postponed to January 3, 2022 according to Disney’s calendar.
Well, that’s all for everything that will be closed at Disney Parks next week! We will keep an eye on everyoneso be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for more information!
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