Everything That Will Be CLOSED This Week in Disney World

Disney World usually has a few rides at a time down for refurbishment!

We miss you, PeopleMover!

Here at AllEars, we keep you posted on all those closures! So today, we’re bringing you a refurbishment update on all the attractions that will be unavailable from April 19th through April 25th, 2021.

EPCOT Refurbishments

Pin Traders — Camera Center

Pin Traders — Camera Center (which is located near the EPCOT entrance) is shutting its doors for a quick refurb! It’s due to close Monday, April 19th and reopen on May 7th.

Pin Traders

Disney hasn’t specified exactly what kind of work is going on, but we’ll keep you posted as we learn more!

Learn More About Pin Traders’ Closure!

Magic Kingdom Refurbishments

Walt Disney World Railroad 

It’s another week, and the Walt Disney World Railroad is still closed! It shut down over 2 years ago to make way for construction on TRON: Lightcycle Run, and it hasn’t reopened since.

Train in Fantasyland Station

We’re assuming we’ll have to wait a while before the railroad will reopen. After all, the TRON construction is reportedly delayed, and it’ll have to make significant progress before the train’s path is unobstructed. We’ve got our fingers crossed it’ll be sooner rather than later!

Check Out the Progress of the TRON Coaster!

Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover

The PeopleMover’s closure has been extended over and over again. It closed in March 2020, and we’ve been waiting patiently for it to reopen. We’ve seen plenty of testing, but we’re still unable to ride!

The ramp was recently moving!

The ride is currently scheduled to reopen on May 1st, 2021. We’ll let you know if that changes (again)!

Here’s What We Know About the PeopleMover! 

The Hall of Presidents 

The Hall of Presidents is closed to install an audio-animatronic for President Joe Biden, just as it does after each new president is elected.

Hall of Presidents

Disney hasn’t announced when the show will reopen, but we’ll keep you posted as we learn more!

Read More About the Hall of Presidents Refurbishment!

Main Street Confectionery

One of Magic Kingdom’s most iconic shops is closed for a long refurb! Main Street Confectionery shuttered last month, and Disney hasn’t announced when it will reopen. However, it’ll be closed through June 26th at the earliest — that’s as far out as Disney’s refurbishment calendar is currently released.

The Main Street Confectionery is usually filled with delicious treats!

In the meantime, you can help yourself to all the Confectionery’s candy and other sweet treats over at Main Street Cinema!

Read More About the Main Street Confectionery’s Closure!

Disney World Resort Refurbishments

Lots of construction is underway at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, where work is being done to the entryway, lobby, and monorail station. Additionally, the guest rooms are getting a Moana makeover! Those rethemed rooms can be booked starting in July — and the rest of the work should finish up around then, too.

Polynesian Construction

At Disney’s Contemporary Resort, refurbishment on the Main Tower Rooms has begun. An entire section of rooms is currently covered with scrim, and the whole area is pretty noisy from all the construction.

It’s pretty noisy behind there!

And last but not least, Meadow Swimmin’ Pool’s waterslide and splash pad are undergoing some work at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort!

Meadow Swimmin’ Pool

That refurb is due to last through May 2021. However, Meadow Swimmin’ Pool is still open, and will remain available throughout the construction!

Read More About Meadow Swimmin’ Pool’s Refurb!

Well, that’s a wrap on this week’s refurbishment update! As always, stay tuned to AllEars for more Disney news.

Get a Sneak Peek at Those Brand-New Rooms at the Polynesian!

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