Two Disney World Attractions Will Be Closed Next Week — With No Reopening Dates

Sometimes, Disney World rides will undergo some refurbishment.

Walt Disney World Railroad “In Residence”

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 May 3rd to 9th, 2021.

EPCOT Refurbishments

Pin Traders — Camera Center

Pin Traders — Camera Center in EPCOT has closed for some quick construction! After a brief delay, it shut its doors on April 20th.

Pin Traders — Camera Center Construction

Right now, it’s scheduled to reopen on May 7th. We’ll let you know if that changes!

Learn More About Pin Traders’ Closure!

Magic Kingdom Refurbishments

Walt Disney World Railroad 

The Walt Disney World Railroad is blocked by construction on TRON: Lightcycle Run, which means it’s been unable to run for over 2 years.

Train in Fantasyland Station

So what’ll it take for the train to reopen? Well, TRON construction will have to make some major progress — and since that work reportedly delayed, it could be a while. We’ll keep you posted if we hear anything!

Check Out the Progress of the TRON Coaster!

The Hall of Presidents 

The Hall of Presidents closed in January, after the election, to install an audio-animatronic for President Joe Biden. This closure is typical for the show — it happens every time a new president is elected!

Hall of Presidents

As for a reopening date — Disney hasn’t announced that yet. But we’ll let you know when they do!

Read More About the Hall of Presidents Refurbishment!

Main Street Confectionery

We’re seeing some construction on Main Street, U.S.A., too! Main Street Confectionery closed in April for a long refurbishment — but there’s no shortage of treats in the meantime! Main Street Cinema is currently serving all the Confectionery’s wares.

Main Street Confectionery

While Disney hasn’t officially announced a reopening date, we have seen the Confectionery removed from Disney’s refurbishment calendar starting July 4th. Could that be when it’s due to reopen? We’ll have to wait and see!

Read More About the Main Street Confectionery’s Closure!

Disney World Resort Refurbishments

We’ve got big changes going on at Disney’s resorts, too! Disney’s Polynesian Resort is undergoing a huge transformation that involves changes to the entryway, lobby, and monorail station. The guest rooms are also getting a Moana-inspired makeover! Reservations for those rooms are available starting this July, and the rest of the construction will finish up this summer, too.

Monorail Construction

At Disney’s Contemporary Resort, a noisy refurbishment is taking place! The Main Tower Guest Rooms are getting some work, which means you’ll see plenty of scrim covering areas of the hotel.

Construction at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Lastly, over at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, Meadow Swimmin’ Pool’s waterslide and splash pad are getting a little TLC!

Meadow Swimmin’ Pool

Meadow Swimmin’ Pool will remain open throughout the work, which is due to last through May this year.

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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