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Disney World Refurbishments and Ride Closings

There is nothing worse than anticipating a specific Disney attraction, and after you arrive, finding out that it will be closed for the duration of your stay. Below is a complete list of the Walt Disney World rehab and refurbishment schedules that you can expect in the upcoming weeks and months. You can't plan for sudden closings, but you can manage your expectations by referring to the list below before your Disney vacation. Not all "shut downs" are scheduled, and there are countless reasons why an attraction might suddenly close. Don't get mad at the Cast Members, it's not their fault.

Updated 11/12/2018


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EPCOT Closures / Refurbishments


Temporary Refurbishments and Closures

Permanently Closed


Temporary Refurbishments and Closures

Permanently Closed



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Temporary Refurbishments and Closures

Permanently Closed

Temporary Refurbishments and Closures

Permanently closed rides and attractions:

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Disney Springs

Temporary Refurbishments and Closures

Permanent Closures

Note: The Disney Water Parks are subject to seasonal, capacity, and/or weather closures. Each of the water parks is refurbished annually and typically between January and March. These routine maintenance periods are staggered, so guests should be able to enjoy at least one water park experience year-round.



Disney's Palm Golf Course

Disney's Magnolia Golf Course

Disney's Lake Buena Vista Course

Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course

Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course

Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course-

 

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NOTE: Our listings are for those refurbishments that will have an impact on the majority of guests. When it comes to changing out rooms, this is fairly routine as Disney is always monitoring their resorts. Unless it's a full scale remodel, it's considered standard maintenance and is not included in the refurb/rehab schedule.

 

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Theme Park Capacity Closure Information
During extremely busy times of the year such as Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's, the theme parks at Walt Disney World sometimes close in phases as they reach their capacity.

Phase A Closure

Guests with one-day, single-park tickets will not be allowed to enter the theme park unless they are:

Phase B Closure

Guests with one-day, single-park tickets without Park Hopper or re-entry option will not be allowed to enter the theme park unless they are:

Phase 1 Closure

Guests with one-day, single-park tickets who have not previously purchased multi-day tickets and Cast Members looking to use Silver or Main Gate passes will not be allowed to enter the theme park unless they are:

Phase 2 Closure

Only the following guests will be granted park entrance:

Phase 3 Closure

Only the following guests will be granted park entrance:

Phase 4 Closure

Closed to ALL guests

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