We woke up to an ominously foggy day in Disney World today that seemed to preview the technical problems we’ve experienced in the parks, and now it seems that there’s another issue in Magic Kingdom.
When you’re going from the Transportation and Ticket Center to Magic Kingdom, you generally have three transportation options to get to the park entrance: the Monorail, the ferry, or a bus. People traveling to and from Magic Kingdom might have some trouble right now as a main transportation option is closed, so if you’re in Magic Kingdom today, you might want to read on.
As of writing, both Monorail lines from Magic Kingdom (Express and Resort) are closed. While the EPCOT Monorail line remains open, you cannot take the Magic Kingdom Monorail lines at this time. This is not the first time we’ve seen this happen recently!
The Magic Kingdom Monorail Express line runs between Magic Kingdom and the Transportation and Ticket Center, and the Resort Monorail line runs between Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, and Disney’s Contemporary Resort. The Monorail area was marked as exit only, and the entrances were roped off.
A Cast Member stood in front of the Express Monorail line to inform guests about the closure.
The Magic Kingdom ferry is still open, so that’s pretty much the only option to get to the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC) right now from Magic Kingdom. If you’re pulling up to the TTC right now, you might experience a longer than usual wait for the ferry, but remember that you can also take a bus from the TTC to Magic Kingdom!
‼️ The Magic Kingdom Monorail is currently DOWN. The ferry is the only option to get to the TTC from Magic Kingdom right now pic.twitter.com/azyt1vkVpe
— Disney Food Blog (@DisneyFoodBlog) December 7, 2021
The EPCOT Monorail line is still running so you can also choose to park hop to EPCOT this afternoon! We’ll be watching closely for the Magic Kingdom Monorail lines to reopen, so check back with DFB as we learn more about this closure!
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