What are the Walt Disney World scheduled ride closures and rehabs set for April 2014? If you are visiting Disney World in April it is always useful to know before you go if any of the attractions are going to be closed during your visit.
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April will be a busy time at Disney World as there are Spring and Easter school breaks. There will particularly be a lot of UK visitors to Disney World as they have a 2 week spring vacation in April around Easter. The good news is that more visitors to Disney World always means there are less scheduled refurbishments and ride closures.
Disney’s Magic Kingdom
- Big Thunder Mountain is closed from 7th April to 9th April
- Pirates of the Caribbean is closed from 28th April to 1st May 2014
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
The Festival of the Lion King in Disney’s Animal Kingdom closes on January 5th 2014 for renovation as it is moving to a different location within the park. The Festival of the Lion King show will be dark until around June 2014 as it moves into it’s new location in the Africa part of the Animal Kingdom Park.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios Closures April 2014
No closures are scheduled for April 2014.
The Princess Anna and Queen Elsa meet and greet which is currently in Epcot’s Norway Pavilion will close on 20th April 2014. Anna and Elsa are moving to a new Magic Kingdom location at Princess Fairytale Hall.
Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon
There are no known closures for Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon Water Parks.
Remember that these are scheduled closures and rehabs known at this time for April 2014. Some rides in Disney World experience brief periods of downtime. Test Track in Epcot is one of these rides as it often stops for a short time but usually is up and running again quickly.
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