I hope you weren’t expecting to ride everything next summer…
Walt Disney World and Disneyland offer Guests so much in the form of themed entertainment and entertaining attractions. With iconic rides like Splash Mountain, Matterhorn Bobsleds, Space Mountain, and “it’s a small world” both at Walt Disney World and Disneyland, Guests are sure to be magical experiences for the whole family.
However, this applies to the international Parks as well, with the Tokyo Disneyland Resort being an incredible place to visit. If you are planning on visiting next year, you’ll want to check out the current list of closed or refurbished attractions that the Resort just announced. See the full list of attractions in Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneSea that will be closed through June of 2022 below.
- Swiss Family Treehouse—January 11 through January 31
- Cowboy Cookhouse—January 11 through January 31
- Splash Mountain—January 25 through February 13
- Swiss Family Treehouse—April 1 through April 30
- it’s a small world—April 11 through April 28
- Pooh’s Hunny Hunt—May 9 through May 21
- The Enchanted Tiki Room: Stitch Presents Aloha e Komo Mai—May 23 through June 1
- Snow White’s Adventures—May 25 through June 8
- Mark Twain Riverboat—May 27 through June 7
- Western River Railroad—June 6 through July 5
- Big Thunder Mountain—June 10 through June 30
- Pinocchio’s Daring Journey—June 13 through July 3
- Magic Lamp Theater—December 16 through December 27
- Journey to the Center of the Earth—January 7 through February 16
- Aquatopia—January 14 through January 20
- Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull—February 17 through March 18
- “Big Band Beat: A Special Treat”—February 21 through February 24
- Sindbad’s Storybook Voyage—April 1 through April 18
- Jumpin’ Jellyfish—April 4 through April 17
- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea—April 19 through April 29
- Flounder’s Flying Fish Coaster—May 10 through May 16
- Jasmine’s Flying Carpets—May 17 through May 29
- Ariel’s Playground—May 19 through June 6
Find information more on the official Tokyo Disney Resort website here.
Luckily, a lot of these refurbishments will be short-lived, which means that Guests can get back to enjoying their favorite attractions in no time!
Will you be visiting the Tokyo Disney Resort next year? What Disney Park is your favorite?
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