PHOTOS: New Lightning Lane Signs Arrive in EPCOT

The upcoming Lightning Lane feature will be arriving this fall at Disney World. While a date has not yet been announced for Genie+ and the Individual Attraction Selections at Disney World, the parks have been preparing for the feature with the addition of Lightning Lane signage.

Lightning Lane Sign

This morning we spotted signs for Lightning Lanes at Magic Kingdom, and now we’ve spotted more at oday, we saw even EPCOT!

Although Living with the Land has spent some time closed at EPCOT, it did get one update during that time. Do you see it?

What’s this?

That’s right, there’s a brand new Lightning Lane sign at the attraction.

Lightning Lane sign

And, we spotted the new signage up at a few other attractions too, including Soarin‘…

New Lightning lane sign at Soarin’

…and at Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival.

Lightning Lanes at Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival

Guests who purchase Disney Genie+ at Disney World will have access to these Lightning Lanes, save for those few attractions that will fall under Individual Attraction Selections, which will cost an additional amount to guests who wish to use the Lightning Lane for those attractions.

Disney Genie is expected to become available later this year, and we’ll let you know about other Lightning Lane signs we spot at Disney World and keep you updated.

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5 Replies to “PHOTOS: New Lightning Lane Signs Arrive in EPCOT”

  1. Disney seems intent on making life very difficult for anyone who is not computer or smart phone literate. Yes we have to move with the times. Yes we have to embrace technology. Yes Disney has to make money. However the Parks are where people leave the outside World behind and escape into a happy place. I know I would readily accept not being able to use a phone at all inside the Parks if it meant being able to switch off.
    Fast Passes worked and they were available to all.
    Obviously COVID has played it’s part in accelerating certain procedures but I think we’re all going to miss ordering food by speaking , enjoying the Parks without pre-planning everything , and feeling that we are all part of something all -inclusive.
    You don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone !

    1. In over 30 plus visits, we have never planned any one of our days. We just pick a park and go. Only used the old fastpass back in the early 2000’s a couple of times. Always been lucky to hit the parks at a slow time and longest wait for a ride was 20 minutes. Walked right on Space Mountain several times

  2. Living with the land? Who is gonna pay to ride that? Plus that jeans you have one left for the day. Save the money from. The signs and lower the rates. Lol.