2 Long-Term Closures Continue in Disney World This Week

Disney World is gearing up for one of its busiest weeks of the year as holiday crowds arrive!

Magic Kingdom holiday crowds

And, if you’ll be heading into the parks to celebrate, then there are a few closures that you’ll want to know about in Magic Kingdom and EPCOT. So, that’s why we’re bringing you a look at everything that will be unavailable between December 20th to 26th, 2021!

Magic Kingdom Refurbishments

Walt Disney World Railroad

The train in the Magic Kingdom has not been making its grand-circle tour around the park for over three years now, and the closure is set to continue into the next week.

Train in Fantasyland Station | Photo from 2020

The extended closure is due to construction on the new roller coaster TRON: Lightcycle Run in Tomorrowland, as a portion of the train track is currently blocked. But, while guests can’t currently hop onboard, the Walt Disney World Railroad has reportedly been testing, so you might hear that familiar horn when you’re visiting!

Check Out the Latest Update on the Walt Disney World Railroad Closure HERE!

EPCOT Refurbishments


And, another continuing closure this week is over at EPCOT in the Morocco Pavilion. The small shop located near World Showcase Lagoon called Souk-al-Magreb has been closed for some time now, and it will be long before it is back in business once again.

Souk-Al-Magreb Closed

Disney’s refurbishment calendar currently lists the store as reopening on February 6th, 2022.

Well, that’s all that will be closed in Disney World this week, but there are many more refurbishments to come in Early 2022. We’re keeping track of them all so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for all of the latest updates that you need to know for your trip!

Click HERE to see what will be closed in Disney World next month!

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