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Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, PeopleMover, and More Attractions Down at Magic Kingdom Possibly Due to Power Issue

Multiple Magic Kingdom attractions did not open with the rest of the park this morning. Some have returned to operation and even gone back down again.

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The Haunted Mansion opened late, though continued to have technical difficulties and went down multiple times.

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It is currently open according to My Disney Experience.

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The Liberty Belle riverboat is not operating.

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Pirates of the Caribbean opened late and seems to be operating fine at this time.

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Space Mountain and Splash Mountain have not yet opened.

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Astro Orbiter is also down.

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The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover did open this morning but went down soon after.

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We saw guests stuck on the attraction and then evacuated.

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PeopleMover reopened so we boarded to get a look at TRON Lightcycle / Run. We promptly got stuck on the attraction inside Space Mountain and were evacuated.

It’s possible this is due to a power issue affecting the entire park.

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  1. Disney fans need to start closing their wallets. These kind of issues are unacceptable and shouldn’t be tolerated at any Disney park especially considering the cost of a Disney vacation if you’re not local. It’s become painfully obvious that corporate Disney uses WDW as its cash cow to fund everything else

  2. Tomorrowland is all on the same grid so if 1 attraction goes it might cause the chain reaction. HM is never running 100% lately no cm knows what the issue is. Could be the real ghosts are upset w all the changes and another comedy movie being made.

  3. This is what happens when you reduce staff, reduce maintenance, reduce infrastructure investments and just look at your bottom line. Disney is done, the magic is gone, thanks Bob Chapek.

  4. I think with Covid happening over the last 2 years has effected the way the rides run.These rides are not used to being idled for a very long time,they are in constant use like almost 365 days a year.Although with Covid they were idled from 4-6 months.There are always issues with a ride or two,but not the way things are going.I have been monitoring the shutdowns and almost Every day there is an issue with a ride. I just left WDW 2 days ago and one of our last memories was the 4 of us wanted to ride Splash Mountain,We walked in the line for 1 hr.,we got to the top,got in the ,boat, the bar over our lap and all of a Sudden the Ride went down, we had to evacuate the ride.Try telling a 5 yr.old boy ,his first trip to Disney,that He can’t ride because it broke. He started to Cry and scream ,but we finally called him down.It can and is Very disappointing when you pay all that money for a ticket and then all of a sudden 4 rides go down. The crowd disperses to other rides,then that is how the lines get so long,then people get irritated,and upset.WDW,Please take better care of the rides before it is to late and people start going somewhere else.

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