Walt Disney World’s Monorail Reportedly Closing

epcot monorail, cloudy sky in the background, reflective water, epcot's world nature in the background
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When it comes to visiting Walt Disney World, there’s a lot to see and even more to do. As the largest Disney Resort in the world, with four different theme parks, two water parks, and a handful of Resort hotels, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when visiting Walt Disney World.

Cinderella Castle

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Because the property is so vast, it takes a lot of Disney transportation to get around. However, one of the most exciting and iconic transportation options is “imminently closing,” according to a recent report.

Apparently, the Walt Disney World monorails traveling to and from EPCOT, Magic Kingdom, and various Resort hotels will be closed on July 14.

epcot monorail

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This closure is scheduled purely for maintenance and is reportedly expected to be finished before the morning is out. That means that most Guests won’t even realize the monorails had been closed at all! That also means that most Guests will be able to use the monorails in the afternoon and evening when they’re leaving the Disney Parks.

Monorail at EPCOT

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However, if you’re visiting Walt Disney World tomorrow morning and planning on taking advantage of the EPCOT and Magic Kingdom monorails, you may not get to.

Luckily, Walt Disney World Resort is home to other modes of transportation which are sure to get you where you’re going without a hitch!

EPCOT Monorail with Spaceship Earth in Background

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Walt Disney World is equipped with a plethora of transportation options, such as the beautiful Disney busses, the ferryboat, water taxis, the Disney Skyliners, the Minnie Vans, and of course, the iconic monorails.

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.