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Disney is having a lot of issues with broken rides. Rides that stop working and rides crashing into other parts of the ride.
Did Disney skip the maintenance or not keep rides safe while closed down ? Then just open and still not having things working? This is not a good thing for so many issues on a major them park company.
We were in Disneyland March 2020, just before they shut down. We were evacuated from Rise of the Resistance halfway through. We got a pass to come back and rode it all the way. So we got 1 1/2 rides that day. It was cool to see the cast corridors.
Tuesday 6/8/2021, we were stuck for about 15 minutes in the middle of the ride on Splash Mountain (literally moments after it re-opened after a temporary closure). My kids were fine but I was not. We took our masks off because it was really hot. There was no explanation on why the ride broke down. Then the park would be give us the ride photo because we were not wearing masks.
We saw multiple temporarily closed rides that day.
There seems to be something inherently wrong with ROTR. First, there’s the daily headline: Guests Evacuated. Second, there’s the inadequacy in the ride itself to funnel guests through. The design of the ride uses elevators on only 2 sides of the AT-AT when there should have been definitely 3, maybe 4. This ride, as designed was never going to get many riders through under the best circumstances, let alone with breakdowns.
So Park Guests pay ?% Admission Price, but can’t even experience ?% of a Disney Theme Park – and nobody thinks this is wrong?
Rise of the Resistance is supposed to be the cutting edge future of Disney Theme Park Rides, yet for a brand new Attraction it breaks down more times than Indiana Jones at Disneyland? It’s Rider Capacity per Hour doesn’t even match Space Mountain!
The FAILS are getting embarrassing for Team Disney under Bob ‘Cheapskate’ Chapek’s leadership!
We were evacuated from Splash Mountain a couple of years ago. It was near the end of the ride. It was a unique experience. We were walked through some back doors and down some steps. We saw a part of Disney that not everyone sees. Plus we got a pass to ride any ride we wanted with fast pass privileges.
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