Disney World’s Peter Pan’s Flight Closed Temporarily for Refurbishment

One of Disney World‘s more popular rides, Peter Pan’s Flight in Magic Kingdom‘s Fanstasyland is closed for refurbishment.

Peter Pan’s Flight Closed for Refurbishment

If you’ll be visiting the park between now and February 2, 2019 you won’t be  able board a magical flying boat and to fly over London or Neverland.

No details were  released about the brief closure, but this ride has consistently long wait times when it is open, so is sure to be missed while it’s closed.

Peter Pan’s Flight Closed for Refurbishment

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Sarah has built a career in communications and marketing that started when she was the editor of her high school newspaper. She has written for AllEars.net since 2018, and enjoys sharing Disney news and updates with the AllEars community. She's been a Disney fan ever since her first visit to Walt Disney World when she was 5, and has been known to arrange trips around visiting a Disney park!

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3 Replies to “Disney World’s Peter Pan’s Flight Closed Temporarily for Refurbishment”

  1. “Closed Temporarily.” Isn’t that what they said about Mr. Toads Wild Adventure, Wonders of Life Pavilion, the Skyway, etc. we will miss you Peter Pan!

  2. Yes I will be visiting and leaving on the 2nd! Last day in MK on the 1st so fingers crossed maybe they open early!

  3. I’ve ridden this ride since it opened in October, 1971 and if you can sit on the left side of the boat it makes a big difference in your perspective. It’s one of the few remaining attractions that were operational on opening day.