Disney World's Magic Kingdom is experiencing widescale attraction closures this morning

10 days ago in "Magic Kingdom"

Posted: Monday September 18, 2023 9:46am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

UPDATE: Bear in a tree at Magic Kingdom closes more than 10 Walt Disney World rides and attractions

Ten attractions are closed this morning at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom as part of a widescale outage.

Most of the closed rides are on the park's west side, in Liberty Square, Adventureland, and Frontierland. However, Journey of the Little Mermaid in Fantasyland is also currently closed.

Disney has not indicated the reason for the closures. Disney's official 'My Disney Experience' app lists all of the attractions as "Temporarily Closed."

Magic Kingdom opened this morning at 9 am, with Early Entry for Walt Disney World Resort hotel guests at 8:30 am.

As of 9:45am, the following Magic Kingdom rides are closed:

  • Big Thunder Mountain
  • Hall of Presidents
  • Haunted Mansion
  • Jungle Cruise
  • Magic Carpets of Aladdin
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Swiss Family Tree House
  • Country Bear Jamboree
  • Walt Disney World Railroad
  • Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room
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Drdcm7 days ago

This made me spit out my coffee. Good job!

zbaby27 days ago

Disney should leave Florida and relocate to Puerto Rico. A good place to run their cruise operation from.

LAKid538 days ago

Like these hideous things?

LAKid538 days ago

Or the French fries guests constantly feed the ducks.

Smiley/OCD8 days ago

So was the bear…

Smiley/OCD8 days ago

ALLIGATOR SPOTTED IN NEW JERSEY PARK FINALLY CAPTURED AFTER MORE THAN A WEEK By Eyewitness News Friday, September 8, 2023 A concerned citizen called the police Thursday night to report that they spotted an alligator in the roadway near Second Avenue in Piscataway. Darla Miles has the story. PISCATAWAY, New Jersey (WABC) -- An alligator that caused a New Jersey park to close last week has been captured. A concerned citizen called the police Thursday night to report that they spotted an alligator in the roadway near Second Avenue in Piscataway. When authorities responded, Piscataway Patrol Officer Ian Paglia put a leash around the 4-foot-long gator's neck. "The officers were able to kind of surround and corral it, one officer was able to put his foot on top of the head of the alligator to keep its mouth from opening," said Deputy Chief Michelle Pilch. "They used a dog snare that we have here, wrapped it around the alligator's neck." Like all captured fugitives, the gator was placed in the back seat of the patrol car and taken to the station house and placed behind bars. It was eventually relocated to the Cape May County Zoo. The Middlesex Borough Police Department first received a report of a small alligator seen at Victor Crowell Park last Wednesday afternoon.

Smiley/OCD8 days ago

He meant the crocs that get lost on property…

celluloid8 days ago

This bear, has no friends.

Smiley/OCD8 days ago

And as long as he’s fed, doesn’t have a B mode…

Smiley/OCD8 days ago

I wonder if Katiebug was at Guest Services complaining that her princess couldn’t get in…

Smiley/OCD8 days ago

But it’s hard to climb the tree with a cup without a lid and straw…

Smiley/OCD8 days ago

It’ll be friends, NOT ladies and gentlemen…

EagleScout6108 days ago

A new photo was released of the bear encounter

BrerFoxesBayouAdventure8 days ago

They did it again. First they swooped in to replace the Mickey characters at that daycare and now they close down the Magic Kingdom.