Primeval Whirl Now Scheduled To Open Daily at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Through January 4th

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Primeval Whirl in DinoLand U.S.A. at Disney’s Animal Kingdom reopened this weekend to crowds of excited guests eager to throw out their backs. Those looking to experience the attraction again are in luck, as the operating schedule for the popular ride has been extended.

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The attraction was originally slated to open from November 24th through December 1st and then again for Christmas and New Year’s week from December 22nd through January 4th, 2020, but it appears that there will no longer be a hiatus for the attraction’s operating schedule. The attraction will open daily from park open to park close through January 4th.

You can take a whiplash ride through the newly-reopened attraction, fresh out of unplanned maintenance, in our video below:

Now it’s off to the chiropractor! Will you be riding Primeval Whirl? Let us know in the comments.

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Really glad to hear this. My family tried this the last time we were there, not expecting much, and we really ended up liking it a lot! We were disappointed that it was going to be closed when we go the week before Xmas…so this is awesome to hear.


Glad to see it open again. Although too late for my family. My son was very upset when we went in October and it was closed. It was his first thrill ride and gave him the confidence to try more. Do not understand how a ride in Florida has to be seasonal. Seems like Disney is trying to save a few nickels. Animal Kingdom has limited rides. Why take one out of service? I spoke with manager at customer relations, was told the fine print on ticket allows them to close any ride. She could have cared less that it… Read more »