PHOTOS: Another Magic Kingdom Ride Adds Plexiglass Dividers to Its Queue

We’ve seen plexiglass barriers added to a bunch of rides throughout Disney World.

Pirates of the Caribbean entrance in October of 2020

And the trend continues at a fan-favorite Adventureland attraction, where Disney World has increased safety measures by adding plexiglass dividers in the ride queue! 

All over Disney World, plexiglass has become a go-to fixture in ride lines and on rides themselves, as it helps provide space between guests and ensure social distancing. 

Plexiglass dividers on Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run

The latest attraction to get plexiglass dividers is none other than Pirates of the Caribbean! 

Plexiglass on Pirates of the Caribbean

Like many other rides in the parks, the ride queue at this seafaring favorite now features translucent walls between sections of the line that are particularly close together. 

Plexiglass on Pirates of the Caribbean

The front portion of the line, which is partially outdoors and exposed to natural airflow is still without plexiglass, but once you get into the inner section of the line, that’s where these new fixtures are placed. 

Pirates of the Caribbean Queue

This indoor section is the only part of the line that can get kinda tight, so plexiglass definitely helps keep people safely distanced. 

Plexiglass on Pirates of the Caribbean

It’s yet another example of Disney World prioritizing health and safety with its enhanced measures, and as you can see, its resident pirates are on board! Check back with us for more updates from Disney Parks!

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