PHOTOS: Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Reopens with No Interactive Queue Elements, New Social Distancing Dividers at the Magic Kingdom

Heigh ho, heigh ho, it’s off to Seven Dwarfs Mine Train we go! We went for a ride during the Magic Kingdom’s cast member previews to see what changes have been made to prevent the possible spread of COVID-19.

Guests were spaced in accordance with social distancing.

As with most attractions at the Magic Kingdom, distancing markers can be seen in the queue.

Moving further into the queue, dividers have been installed with Plexiglas windows.

Guests are asked not to touch the dividers, as seen in this signage.

Speaking of not touching, interactive elements in the queue have been roped off. Elsewhere in the park, actual hand washing is strongly encouraged.

We then head into the “vault,” home to the indoor portion of the queue.

More dividers are found in the indoor switchbacks.

As guests prepare to board, they’re surrounded by dividers on both sides.

Cast members seem to be loading every other row for distancing purposes.

Even with these changes, the ride itself remains as thrilling as ever!

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1 year ago

Hey what is the difference between going to WDW and going to Six Flags? It will cost 60 dollars less to go to Six Flags.

1 year ago
Reply to  Tim

You’re clearly not a Disney fanatic if you have to ask this question. Disney and Six Flags are entirely different. Six Flags is mainly roller coasters and aren’t usually themed. They’re mainly just for the thrill of the ride. It tends to be better for adults and teenagers, not as much kids, especially younger kids. Disney spends a lot of time and effort on the theme of their rides. Generally as soon as you enter the line queues you’re greeted with the whole theme of the ride. It’s a whole experience. There’s more scenery and props to look around at.… Read more »

1 year ago

Yikes, those barriers look more like they belong in a prison and not in the happiest place on earth. I’ll wait til things return to normal.