BREAKING: Several Walt Disney World Attractions Remain Closed Thanks to Hurricane Irma

BREAKING: Several Walt Disney World Attractions Remain Closed Thanks to Hurricane Irma

Although the four Walt Disney World theme parks are reopening today, several attractions remained closed when the parks opened.

Magic Kingdom (Opened at 8 am 9/12/17):

  • Walt Disney World Railroad – Reopened on 9/16/17
  • Jungle Cruise
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad – Reopened at 9:10 am 9/12/17
  • Tom Sawyer Island
  • Liberty Square Riverboat

Animal Kingdom (Opened at 9 am 9/12/17):

  • Kilimanjaro Safaris – Reopened at 5:15 pm 9/12/17
  • Kali River Rapids
  • Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail – Reopened on 9/13/17
  • Maharajah Jungle Trek – Reopened on 9/13/17
  • Rafiki’s Planet Watch

It is not yet known how long they will remain closed, although cast members at Jungle Cruise are saying it could be up to a week.

As previously announced, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach are also closed indefinitely.

UPDATE: Blizzard Beach reopened on 9/14/17.

Stay tuned to WDWNT for more information on the reopening of Walt Disney World parks after Hurricane Irma.

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[…] hearing reports from WDWNT that the Walt Disney World Railroad, Kali River Rapids, Big Thunder Mountain, Tom Sawyer […]

Andrew Hallett
Andrew Hallett
3 years ago

EPCOT – Test Track and Mission Space closed this AM as well

Andrew
Andrew
3 years ago

How did Epcot make out?

The France Pavillion
The France Pavillion
3 years ago
Reply to  Andrew

Ehh they used a bit too much tongue.

that's funny
that's funny
3 years ago

at least they didn’t kiss & tell, tramp

stephen
stephen
3 years ago

Is everything in Epcot open. I am not seeing wait times for living with the land.

Tom Corless
Admin
3 years ago
Reply to  stephen

It’s open