Heading to Disney World soon? We’ve got a bit of a warning for you!
It’s refurb season around the parks, and that means some attractions might be closed during your visit. We already knew about one popular ride closure, but it turns out it might not be happening as soon as we originally thought!
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith is one of the most popular rides in Hollywood Studios that often boasts some of the longest wait times in the park — but it’s also prone to quite a bit of technical difficulties.
Disney previously announced that the ride would undergo a lengthy refurbishment beginning on February 20th, but that has changed. Instead, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster will now be closing on February 21st.
While this isn’t a huge change in timeline, it does give you one more day to potentially ride this attraction before it closes! Disney hasn’t shared much about the refurb or what the ride may look like when it’s done, but we do know that the changes are scheduled to be completed later this summer.
We’ll continue to keep an eye on this closure and let you know of any more changes, so stay tuned to DFB for the latest!
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What do you think of this refurbishment? Tell us in the comments.
C’mon. That’s not a delay. That’s a hiccup.
Well that was a bit cruel. Saw the headline and was so pleased. Only to read that it’s closing a day later.so this was like a click bait headline.
We are due on the 26th Feb so thought we’d be in luck. Thanks. Just think that was a bit wrong.