Here are the Disney World Ride and Attraction Closures for July 2014. If you are visiting Walt Disney World in July 2014 you need to know which of the rides and attractions have closures scheduled for that time. It is always advisable to be prepared!
Fortunately in the summer months the Disney parks usually do not have many scheduled ride closures. Longer opening hours and most of the attractions being open helps to offset the larger crowds of the summer months.
Here are the scheduled Disney World Ride and Attraction Closures June 2014:
Disney Magic Kingdom Ride and Attraction Closures 2014
Tomorrowland Transit Authority is closed 2nd June until 4th August 2014
Astro Orbiter is closed 2nd June until 19th September 2014
You also need to know that there is some construction work in the Central Plaza area between the end of Main Street and Cinderella Castle. This will most likely not impact on your visit but getting around that area may take a little longer than usual.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Ride and Attraction Closures
No scheduled closures
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
There are no scheduled closures for Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
There are exciting new events and activities in Hollywood Studios for Frozen fans – see Disney Hollywood Studios Gets Some Frozen Fun This Summer
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
It’s Tough to Be a Bug is closed from July 7th until August 11, 2014.
Both Disney water parks Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach are open.
There are always unscheduled ride closures at Walt Disney World but there are usually just short downtimes. Rides such as Test Track in Epcot often have short closures as these are very complex rides with sophisticated safety systems.
Are you going to be visiting Walt Disney World in July 2014?
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