Point A to Point B: All Disney World Transportation Options During the Closure!

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Update 3/16/20:

According to the most recent update from Disney, all Disney-owned hotels at Disney World will be closing on Friday, March 20. Because of this, transporation around the resort will be changing. Read the latest news regarding transportation linked in the article below:

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Original Article:

Although all four Walt Disney World Resort parks will be closed for at least two weeks starting tomorrow, there are still things you can do on-site to keep Disney magic alive until the gates reopen. 

Resort dining, including character meals and some dinner shows will be available and Disney Springs will still be fully operational. The real question for many WDW park goers right now, though, is how to actually get to everything that remains open. 

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Fortunately, there are several transportation options that will be up and running throughout the unexpected closure. As per a cast member’s information, Disney buses will continue to run from all Disney Resort hotels to the Disney Springs shopping district. 

The Disney Skyliner will be shut down for now, but the resort Monorail and boats from the resorts to Disney Springs are expected to be available throughout the closure. Disney Springs parking garages are also anticipated to be open their normal hours until the parks reopen. 

In the meantime, don’t hesitate to take advantage of Disney World’s limited transportation options to take a walk around Disney Springs or enjoy a resort meal. Currently, Disney World in Orlando, Florida and Disneyland in Anaheim, California are expected to reopen by early April. If coronavirus concerns escalate, however, the U.S. Disney Parks could be closed longer. 

Disney theme parks around the world in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Paris, will be closed until further notice. Disney Parks executives are committed to working with local healthcare and government officials to ensure that normal business resumes as quickly as possible, while still preventing the spread of COVID-19. 

Information regarding the Disney Parks coronavirus closure has been changing rapidly, so keep checking Inside the Magic for updates. 

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Do you have plans to visit Disney Springs or plan a Disney World Resort stay while the parks are closed? Let us know in the comments!

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