What are the Walt Disney World Ride and Attraction Closures September 2015? Whenever you are visiting a Disney park it is useful to know which of the attraction are scheduled to be closed for the time of your visit. Rides and attractions are regularly maintained and sometimes will need to be closed for extended periods of time.
Here are the scheduled ride closures at the Walt Disney World parks for September 2015:
Epcot Ride Closures September 2015
Living with the Land will be closed from 8th September until 17th September 2015.
Magic Kingdom Ride and Attraction Closures September 2015
Liberty Tree Tavern is closed until 19th November 2015.
Pirates of the Caribbean is closed until 25th September 2015.
Walt Disney World Railroad is closed on 28th September and will reopen on 6th November 2015.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
There are no scheduled ride or attraction closures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom for September 2015.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios Ride and Attraction Closures
Voyage of the Little Mermaid will be closed from 7th September and reopen on 11th September 2015.
Disney Water Parks
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Disney’s Blizzard Beach are open in September.
September is a great time to visit the Disney parks after the Labor Day Weekend.
There will always be unscheduled down time for the Disney rides and attractions. Usually these closures are short lived and you will be able to experience the attraction at a later time. Usually the more complex the ride system is the more likely that the attraction will experience some temporary closures. Test Track in Epcot usually experiences at least one temporary close down each day.
Are you visiting Walt Disney World in September 2015?
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