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PHOTOS: Expedition Everest Now Seating Every Row at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Expedition Everest at Disney’s Animal Kingdom has become the latest attraction to resume seating every row. This change allows for greater guest capacity and shorter wait times.

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Guests (some without masks, as these tend to fly off on the attraction) now occupy every row of this Expedition Everest train. Since Walt Disney World reopened back in July, Expedition Everest has been seating parties separately, with empty rows between each party for social distancing. However, much like Slinky Dog Dash, Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster and Avatar Flight of Passage, Expedition Everest has now returned to full capacity.

Expedition Everest has had social distancing markers in place throughout its queue since the parks reopened in July.

Plexiglass dividers separate every row on the loading platform.

What do you think about Disney’s decision to resume filling every row on the most popular attractions? Are you ready to resume sitting in closer proximity to other groups while riding? We’re really curious about how folks are feeling about these changes. Let’s discuss down in the comments!

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AdeeK
AdeeK
8 months ago

It’s still better than riding in an airplane.
Here’s a hint: don’t want to be around people? Then don’t go to a theme park.

Kelly
Kelly
8 months ago

Since FL just logged another near record day with 12,000+ new cases, why are they doing this now? It’s basically saying all they’ve done in the past was pointless. If FL was getting better maybe, but this seems premature.

T. Wyckoff
T. Wyckoff
8 months ago

This is completely illogical. We are in the worst surge of the pandemic and DW starts seating people without any social distancing. We know young healthy people can die from the virus, so why is DW making it more possible to catch the virus by seating unrelated people so close together? Frankly this makes me less likely to attend the park, not more!