PHOTOS: New Physical Distancing Dividers Added to “it’s a small world” Queue at the Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

PHOTOS: New Physical Distancing Dividers Added to “it’s a small world” Queue at the Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

PHOTOS: New Physical Distancing Dividers Added to “it’s a small world” Queue at the Magic Kingdom

The standby queue for “it’s a small world” at the Magic Kingdom was closed for refurbishment for six months and only recently had construction walls removed. Since then, new Plexiglass dividers have been added to the queue to further promote health and safety.

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The dividers are in the switchback section of the queue.

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This ensures guests who might be within six feet of each other when the line is stopped are better protected.

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Social distancing markers are, of course, still present throughout.

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Learn more about social distancing at “it’s a small world” in our post about its reopening.

What do you think of Disney putting Plexiglass in switchback queues? Let us know in the comments below.

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3 thoughts on “PHOTOS: New Physical Distancing Dividers Added to “it’s a small world” Queue at the Magic Kingdom”

  1. I wish I owned stock in Altuglas (manufacturer of Plexiglass) 8 months ago…maybe then I would have some pull to get an annual pass to WDW!

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