Toy Story Mania to be available via standby queue only ahead of entrance relocation

Mar 30, 2018 in "Toy Story Mania"

Posted: Friday March 30, 2018 8:20am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The next phase of the relocation of the Toy Story Mania entrance is about to get underway, and as a result, the FastPass queue will be unavailable.

Beginning April 12 2018, some of the ride tracks will be closed for work, and the FastPass line will be closed, leaving only the standby line available.

The work is expected to be completed by May 7 2018, which will then see the FastPass line return to operation.

From June 30 2018, the entrance to Toy Story Mania will permanently move from Pixar Place to the new Toy Story Land.

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SkyJun 20, 2018

I noticed that about two weeks ago as well. Full switchbacks outside, including the cross-path-choreography, but once we were let in the building all of the switchbacks were open and we walked straight through. Seemed odd. Something that also seemed odd is the new Resort-wide policy of letting an entire Fastpass+ line dwindle, then letting in two pairs of standby visitors, then repeating the process, but I digress...

HonorableMentionJun 19, 2018

There was a delayed opening, and cast members warned that the ride could close at any moment. They had everyone being moved around like cattle out in Pixar Place, but the indoor queue was nearly empty. The posted 75 minute wait time ended up being around 15.

RteetzJun 19, 2018

Yes it was a delayed opening this morning.

djkidkazJun 19, 2018

It’s tuesday the 19th and shows a 45 minute wait. Guess it’s open.

MagicHappens1971Jun 18, 2018

Thank you, I some how missed that

Disney Dad 3000Jun 18, 2018

We were there Thur and Sat. Cast member at the attraction confirmed to me it was still planned to be open Tuesday the 19th for what it's worth.

RteetzJun 18, 2018

It is scheduled to reopen before the land opens.

MagicHappens1971Jun 18, 2018

It sounds really odd that they would reopen it before the land opens so maybe it won't be reopening but that is just my opinion.

HonorableMentionJun 18, 2018

This is re-opening on the first day of my trip this week. Are FP and all tracks going to be back up? Or will it still be standby only with reduced capacity?

djkidkazJun 18, 2018

Why wouldn’t they just wait until a week before TSL opens and then do this? Or just keep it closed until June 30th and not have to worry about reopening and making the queue have to work for like another week. Just seems like odd timing to me.

WDWtravelerJun 17, 2018

Photo update as of Sunday, June 17, 2018.

Jefferson5436May 10, 2018

We have nothing to lose so we gave it a polite shot... ...makes sense, but the answer was no. Just politely pointed out that now it seems there are no rides for our kiddos in that park the week we'll be there. We'd love to catch the shows but not sure it's worth the whole day without a park hopper option. They replied that they couldn't do a single day park hopper option for our base tickets but said if we'd like to pay to upgrade for a park hopper option for our entire week we could do so. Um, I appreciate the "up-sale" but no thanks.

PizzaPlanetMay 10, 2018

Maybe when they're reconfiguring the queue they can reinstall Mr. Potato Head. *fingers crossed*

exnihlio13May 10, 2018

Totally agree for those going in June during that ride closure week. You didn't know the ride would be closed when you booked your tickets and there's was no indication it would be full on closed (unless you cruise these boards where people suspected it could happen but THEY don't need to know that). It would be reasonable for Disney to try and do a little something to help compensate and a park hopper add on for that day (if you don't already have it) would be pretty easy. Or even Park Hopper Plus so you could hit up a water park maybe.