PHOTOS: All Relaxation Stations Now Closed at Magic Kingdom

The recent end of outdoor masking mandates at Walt Disney World has lead to additional changes. The relaxation stations near Golden Oak Outpost, inside Pete’s Silly Sideshow, and at Tomorrowland Terrace inside the Magic Kingdom have closed. The three locations opened when the Magic Kingdom reopened in July 2020.


The outdoor seating areas near Golden Oak Outpost are no longer being used as a relaxation station.


The Tomorrowland Terrace relaxation station is also closed. Queue markers are still in place near the entrance.


Pete’s Silly Sideshow was the Magic Kingdom’s lone indoor and air conditioned relaxation station.


The doors to Pete’s Silly Sideshow are closed. The relaxation stations provided guests a reprieve from wearing masks. Now that masks are not required outdoors, the relaxation stations are no longer needed. Guests are also now able to eat and drink on the move at all Walt Disney World theme parks.

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