The good news is that this morning, when EPCOT opened to the public, Living with the Land did as well! The bad news is that the ride was only open for about 20 minutes before it was listed as temporarily unavailable once again.
EPCOT opened to Guests at 11 a.m., to which Living with the Land also did. This surprised many as it was unexpectedly closed for one full week due to reasons unknown. However, at approximately 11:20 a.m., Living with the Land is once again experiencing downtime as it was listed as temporarily interrupted.
Per WDW Stats on Twitter:
Living with the Land has been temporarily interrupted. On average, an interruption takes 280 minutes. http://wdwst.at/detail/80010161 #Epcot #WDW #WaltDisneyWorld #DisneyWorld
— WDW Stats (@WdwStats) August 28, 2021
This is also reflected on the My Disney Experience app as seen in the screenshot below, taken at approximately 11:30 a.m.
We also recently reported that the attraction’s FastPass signage has disappeared during the unexpected closure, which you can read more about here.
At this time we are unsure of what is causing this prolonged closure (and re-closure), but Inside the Magic will continue to update you as we get information.
More on Living with the Land
In case you have never been on Living with the Land at EPCOT, the official Disney World website describes this ride as:
See firsthand how Walt Disney World horticulturalists are using innovative growing techniques and cross-breeding high-yield crops to help feed a growing planet.
Discover a cornucopia of fruits and veggies from around the world—some modified to jaw-dropping effect. Feast your eyes on edible food crops from around the world. Glimpse hybrid striped bass, tilapia, catfish and freshwater shrimp in our fish farm.
On this eye-opening tour, you’ll be inspired by a hopeful vision of farming’s future.
Have you ever ridden Living with the Land? Is it a favorite for you and your family? Let us know in the comments below.