Here is a guide to the current Walt Disney World rehabs and closures 2013. If you are visiting Walt Disney World it is always good to know the scheduled rehabs and closures for the time of your visit. To keep the Disney parks in great condition sometimes it is necessary to close an attraction for a while. So that you can know before you go to Walt Disney World we have listed the current scheduled attraction and ride closures for 2013.
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Disney Magic Kingdom Closures and Rehabs 2013
Pirates of the Caribbean is closed 27th July 2013 to 30th July 2013
Jungle Cruise closed from 19th August 2012 to 30th September 2013
Prince Charming Regal Carrousel is closed August 1st to August 21st 2013
Space Mountain is closed from September 3rd to 5th, September 10th to 12th and September 23rd to 26th
The Enchanted Tiki Room is closed from 31st July to 28th August 2013
Walt Disney World Railroad- closed 30th September to 20th October 2013
Peter Pan’s Flight is closed from 30th September to 13th November 2013.
Disney Epcot Closures and Rehabs 2013
Fountain View is closed until Fall 2013 for it’s conversion to a Starbucks.
American Adventure Guest Restrooms are closed until Fall 2013
Spaceship Earth is closed from 22nd August until 27th August 2013
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
There are no currently scheduled closures for 2013
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Muppet Vision 3D is closed from 16th August until 2nd September 2013
Honey I Shrunk the Kids Playground is closed from 3rd September until 19th November 2013.
There are no currently scheduled closures for Blizzard Beach and Disney Tyhpoon Lagoon for 2013.
Cirque du Soleil La Nouba will not be performed September 17-21, 2013
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