Changes Coming to Magic Kingdom Bus Drop-Off/Pick-Up Zones

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As Walt Disney World continues construction around Magic Kingdom, changes are being made to the bus loop loading zones. Beginning January 13, a few of the bus loading zones closest to Magic Kingdom theme park will be closed indefinitely.

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While changes to the Magic Kingdom bus drop-off and pick-up zones might not feel like they affect your vacation if you don’t frequently visit Walt Disney World, they are good to keep in mind. Plus, those who often visit the parks and take the buses to and from their Disney Resort hotel should be aware of the fact that their resort bus may no longer be located at the same loading zone that you’re used to using. This is especially good to be aware of if you are currently on vacation at Walt Disney World, since the changes go into effect on Monday.

New loading zones at Magic Kingdom bus loop

As of January 13, below are the bus loading zones. Keep in mind that Disney will display the bus zone signage reflecting every available zone and its destination.

magic kingdom bus zone

  • 1:  Closed
  • 2:  Closed
  • 3:  Closed
  • 4:  Minnie Van service
  • 5:  Minnie Van service
  • 6:  Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
  • 7:  Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
  • 8:  Disney’s Old Key West Resort
  • 9:  Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
  • 10:  Fort/Contemporary/Polynesian/Grand Floridian
  • 10A:  Disney Vacation Club
  • 11:  Disney’s Hollywood Studios
  • 12:  Disney’s Riviera Resort
  • 13:  Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Hotels
  • 14:  Disney’s BoardWalk Resort
  • 15:  Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts
  • 16:  Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
  • 17:  Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
  • 18:  Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
  • 18B:  Golden Oak
  • 19/20:  Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
  • 21/22:  Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
  • 23/24:  Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
  • 25/26:  Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
  • 27/28:  Mouse House
  • 29:  Disney Springs
  • 30:  Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
  • 31/32:  Disney’s Pop Century Resort
  • 33/34:  Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

For more information about bus transportation at Disney World, visit the official website.

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Source: Orlando Parks News

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