PHOTOS: One-Way Entrance and Exit Signage Being Removed From Magic Kingdom Shops

Earlier this week, we reported that the one-way entrances and exits were being removed at Walt Disney World resort shops. Today, the removal process has extended to the Magic Kingdom, with the directional signage removed from Splashdown Photos in Frontierland.


Signs directing guests to enter through one set of doors and exit through another to create one-way traffic are gone. The one-way traffic was in place to help facilitate physical distancing.

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This is the latest in a series of changes to the safety measures implemented last summer when the parks reopened amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As CDC and local government recommendations change, Walt Disney World is adapting its procedures. Physical distancing is being reduced or eliminated in certain situations around the parks, and face coverings are no longer required outdoors.

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  1. Sometimes I wish stuff like this would outlive the pandemic. The crowd off the ride usually has a specific flow. Now it’s back to people going against that flow, making it hard for some people to shop, and making it impossible to just leave the building after the ride is over

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