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PHOTOS: Plexiglass Dividers Removed From Queue Inside Pirates of the Caribbean at Magic Kingdom

With many attractions around the Magic Kingdom removing plexiglass dividers from their queues recently, we found another popular ride to add to the list: Pirates of the Caribbean.

Pirates of the Caribbean at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World

Pirates of the Caribbean is now free of plexiglass throughout its queue.

Pirates of the Caribbean at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World

Extended queue markers were also removed earlier this month.

Pirates of the Caribbean at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World

Although plexiglass dividers were not added originally until earlier this year, it does open the space up now for Guests walking through.

Pirates of the Caribbean at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World
Pirates of the Caribbean at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World
Pirates of the Caribbean at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World

Are you happy to see this area return to normal as well? Let us know in the comments below.

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Victoria Tolivar
Victoria Tolivar
3 months ago

Save Splash Mountain!! Expand the park and add a Princess and the Frog attraction!!

Justin
Justin
3 months ago

The queue was frankly hilarious with all that plexiglass in place; it was like a terrible, wannabe house of mirrors in there. I’m glad I experienced it firsthand and even more glad that it’s all gone!

Tiggrguy
Tiggrguy
3 months ago

Thank God! I was there a few weeks ago, the dividers were smeared with hand prints and god know what else. This was in spite of “Do Not Touch” signs on every panel. They looked like they hadnt been cleaned in days. I was more afraid of the barriers than unmasked guests