No one likes long lines, especially when you’re at Disney World.
With all of the crowds in the parks, there is already a guarantee you’ll experience a wait at some point, but it can end up being even worse when a ride isn’t working properly.
It’s no secret that Disney World is constantly changing and adapting to the times!
Over the last 50 years, we’ve seen updated rides, changed restaurants, the addition of new hotels, and even new theme parks get built. As technology and culture evolve, Disney World does its best to keep up, and so we get theme parks that are VERY different from what they were a few decades ago. But what about those guests who haven’t been in a few decades — what do you need to know about the changes? Well, today we’re breaking it down for you!
If you’re at Magic Kingdom today, there’s one ride you’ll have to wait to experience!
Several attractions are currently down for refurbishment (PeopleMover, we MISS you!), but others can close temporarily for other reasons. Such was the case when Seven Dwarfs Mine Train became unavailable today.
Update: The Liberty Square Riverboat is up and running again, just a few hours later!
Less than a week after reopening, the Liberty Square Riverboat is temporarily closed once more.
After being unavailable for months as the Rivers of America area was drained and refurbished, we were excited to see the Liberty Belle back on the water. But after being open for only 5 days, the Riverboat is closed again.
Most of us have very fond memories of extinct rides from Disney Word’s past like The Great Movie Ride, Maelstrom, etc., but there are other rides that you may have COMPLETELY forgotten about!
Let’s take a trip down memory lane at some of the RIDES that are sadly no longer at Disney World, and that you may have totally forgot once existed!