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PHOTOS: Plexiglass Dividers Removed from Peter Pan’s Flight, Haunted Mansion, and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Queues in Magic Kingdom

Physical distancing measures are steadily being removed around Walt Disney World as Covid restrictions ease. This morning during our time in the Magic Kingdom we found the plexiglass dividers have been removed from the queues of a number of attractions around the park.

Peter Pan’s Flight

Several changes have been happening around Peter Pan’s Flight lately, from the removal of physical distancing markers from the extended queue, and then the removal of scrim to reveal a fresh paint job.

Peter Pan's Flight in Magic Kingdom

This temporary sign still remains outside of the attraction.

Peter Pan's Flight in Magic Kingdom

All plexiglass dividers have now been removed, opening up the space more.

Peter Pan's Flight in Magic Kingdom

Other attractions in the Magic Kingdom like Jungle Cruise have also removed plexiglass dividers on board ride vehicles.

Peter Pan's Flight in Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World is busy making changes and updates almost daily now as we get closer and closer to the 50th anniversary on October 1st.

Peter Pan's Flight in Magic Kingdom

Haunted Mansion

Haunted Mansion in Magic Kingdom

The Haunted Mansion queue has now also had its plexiglass dividers removed.

Haunted Mansion in Magic Kingdom

This popular attraction has also seen several changes lately, with the return of both the interactive queue elements as well as the stretching room pre-show.

Haunted Mansion in Magic Kingdom
Haunted Mansion in Magic Kingdom

Physical distancing markers have also been removed throughout Magic Kingdom.

Haunted Mansion in Magic Kingdom
Haunted Mansion in Magic Kingdom

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at the Magic Kingdom

All plexiglass dividers are gone from Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, opening up the elevated queue area and allowing some much-needed air to circulate through the space.

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at the Magic Kingdom
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at the Magic Kingdom

The attraction recently reopened to guests after a short closing for refurbishment.

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at the Magic Kingdom
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at the Magic Kingdom
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at the Magic Kingdom

Are you happy to see more queue experiences return to normal around the park? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Yes stop all the crazy stuff bring our passes back to the old ways. No reservatioon

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