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This Disney Park’s Splash Mountain Just Became a Record-Breaking Attraction

For decades, the Splash Mountain ride was a symbol of Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World alike. Its iconic drop and whimsical setting have always been a hit with fans.

However, due to its offensive source material, it was announced during a D23 Expo that each Splash Mountain attraction in the United States would close to make way for a new ride: Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.

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By now, Walt Disney World’s Splash Mountain has been closed for months, and Disneyland Park’s version will soon follow at the end of this month.

Walt Disney Imagineering has begun working on Tiana’s Bayou Adventure in Magic Kingdom, and we can imagine that work will begin immediately after the Splash Mountain attraction closes in Disneyland Park.

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Once Disneyland Park’s Splash Mountain closes forever, it will only leave one version standing: Tokyo Disneyland’s Splash Mountain.

With no plans to close, not only is Tokyo Disneyland’s version of Splash Mountain the only one left, but it’s also recently broken a new record according to a recent report.

Just a few days ago, Tokyo Disneyland’s version of Splash Mountain just broke a new record for the longest line in the Disney Park:

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The two-hour wait time may not sound so long to us, considering attractions regularly reach over 200 minutes in Walt Disney World, but for Tokyo Disneyland, it’s a whole new record.

Splash Mountain at Magic Kingdom

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As Guests and fans ride Disneyland Park’s Splash Mountain attraction for the final time, Guests visiting Tokyo Disneyland can still ride again and again, as there are no plans to close the attraction at this time.

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.