Disney Guest Loses $250 Accessory While Riding Classic Attraction

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Whether discussing Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort, there’s a handful of attractions that can be found at both Magic Kingdom Park and Disneyland Park.

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The list includes rides such as the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, and so much more.

Of course, the list also includes two iconic roller coaster attractions: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Space Mountain.

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But with so many sights, sounds, and other people around, it’s no secret that Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort are overstimulating in addition to how exciting they are. Some Guests reduce this overstimulation by wearing headphones and earbuds to block out some of the extra noise.

This extra layer of control helps many Guests feel more comfortable in such an overwhelming environment. However, an attraction may not be the best place for headphones or earbuds, especially an indoor roller coaster such as Space Mountain:


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In this video, one Guest shows that one of their Apple Airpod Pros (2nd Generation) has been permanently lost on Disneyland Park’s Space Mountain attraction.

For those who don’t know, Apple Airpod Pros (2nd Generation) typically cost anywhere from $225 to $250, making them a pricey accessory to lose!


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Unfortunately, this Apple Airpod is likely lost forever, even if Apple’s “Find My” service can pinpoint exactly where it was lost.

In short, while wearing earbuds, headphones, and other noise-canceling tools isn’t inappropriate at Disney, it’s generally a good idea not to wear them while riding any attractions just in case of accidents such as this one.

About Isabella Reimer

Isabella Reimer grew up visiting Walt Disney World and relocated to Central Florida to be even closer to The Most Magical Place on Earth. She earned her Bachelor’s from Florida State University, where she studied Creative Writing and Women’s Studies. Her biggest hobby is bonding with the ikran at Avatar Flight of Passage, and her retirement plan includes becoming the 1,000 Happy Haunt of the Haunted Mansion.