20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Reopening on December 1 at Tokyo DisneySea

While Tokyo Disney Resort has been busy reopening classic attractions (and a couple of new ones) since its July 1st reopening, one of the final holdouts was 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at Tokyo DisneySea, likely due to its entirely enclosed cab ride vehicles. Now, the Oriental Land Company has quietly announced that the classic attraction will reopen on December 1st!

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The change was posted on the official refurbishment calendar on the Tokyo Disney Resort website. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea closed with the rest of the resort on February 28th and did not reopen with the parks on July 1st.

Aboard this reinterpretation of the classic Walt Disney World attraction, Guests dive under the sea with Captain Nemo and discover an extremely detailed shipwreck, a giant squid, and the mermen in the lost city of Atlantis!

There’s no details as of yet how Guests will be loaded and/or socially distanced, whether with dividers, dedicated submarines for each party, or none at all. Stay tuned to WDWNT for more information. If you’re like most folks who can’t make it to Tokyo DisneySea right now, you can watch a full ride-through POV video on our YouTube channel. Are you excited to journey with Captain Nemo once more? Let us know in the comments below!

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1 thought on “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Reopening on December 1 at Tokyo DisneySea”

  1. It’s a Fugazi ! Unlike the old classic wdw ride , this submarine never leaves port. Infact guests don’t even enter the sub, they enter a show building instead

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