PHOTOS: Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway Debuts New Health & Safety Updates at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
“Good times are here to stay… let’s get away, and have a perfect picnic!” Back in mid-March, something did stop us now, but luckily today, we’re back at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and ready to hop aboard the Runnamuck Railroad with Goofy in Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway. If you’ve been following along with our coverage, we’re at Disney’s Hollywood Studios for Cast Member previews today, and have plenty of park updates to share. In this post, we’ll be walking you through new health & safety updates throughout Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
As a reminder, FastPass+ is temporarily suspended, meaning that all rides are stand-by only. Guest line up along the right side of the entrance, with floor markers to help them remember to stand 6 feet apart.
Even throughout the extended queue, there are floor markings to help guide you. These are staggered in parts of the queue with switchbacks, to avoid having parties side-by-side.
Given lower ride capacity, the wait time was rather lengthy at 50 minutes, but still somewhat tame compared to the 240 minute waits of opening week.
Hand sanitizer dispensers are located at the attraction entrance.
You’ll notice in the queue as well as throughout the park that trash cans have had their lids propped open to minimize contact.
Floor markings continue throughout the carpeted indoor queue.
Despite the extended closure, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway still has plenty of novelty. We love seeing the hidden Mickeys throughout the queue interior, especially this wrought-iron Mickey within the light fixture.