What are the Disneyland and California Adventure Closures and Rehabs in February 2014? Whenever you visit Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park it is a good idea to know which of the attractions will be closed when you visit. Some closures are scheduled well ahead of time and here is a current list of what we know will be closed in Disneyland and California Adventure for February 2014.
Disneyland Closures and Refurbishments February 2014
The Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage is closed now until 26th September 2014.
The Sailing Ship Columbia will be closed until 14th February 2013
Fantasmic! is dark until 13th February 2013
Club 33 is closed until July 1st 2014
The Tiki Juice Bar is closed until 6th February 2014
Splash Mountain will be closed from from 21st January until 28th February 2014
It’s a Small World closes from 21st January until 7th February 2014.
Disneyland Railroad New Orleans Square Station is closed from 24th February until 7th March 2014.
Disneyland Railroad Mickey’s Toontown is closed from 24th February until 7th March 2014.
Disneyland Railroad Main Street Station is closed from 24th February until 7th March 2014.
Disneyland Railroad Tomorrowland Station is closed from 24th February until 7th March 2014.
Disney’s California Adventure Closures and Refurbishments February 2014
The Redwood Creek Challenge Trail is closed until February 27th 2014
Disney’s Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular is closed from January 21st until 20th February 2014
Mickey’s Fun Wheel – Swinging and Non Swinging are closed from 3rd February until 6th February 2014.
Soarin’ Over California is closed from 18th February until 5th June 2014.
These are the scheduled closures are Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park for February 2014. There are also unscheduled closures which are usually brief – one of the most common is the California Screamin Roller Coaster.
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