With so many rides, attractions, and restaurants, Walt Disney World and Disneyland are both the ideal trip destination for many Guests planning on booking a vacation. While Disney claims to be the “Most Magical Place on Earth,” that doesn’t mean they are always perfect, however.
It seems that since the COVID-19 pandemic started in early 2020, everything has seemingly changed. From supply chain issues to Disneyland closing its doors for a year, the company has been forced to change and adapt to many unprecedented situations.
A big issue that has affected not just Disney Parks but businesses in general is the lack of staffing. Slowly, America as a whole has been getting back on track, but the shortage of Cast Members in Disney specifically was and is still being felt to this day.
The Disneyland Resort itself has been seeing a few issues in regard to upkeep lately. A somewhat funny example of this can be seen in a Reddit post which is linked down below:
The cobwebs on this sign (photo taken 8/26/22) feel like precisely the kind of thing Walt wanted Disney to not have whatsoever.
As you can see, there are masses of spider webs at Pooh Corner in Critter Country. This shop at the Disneyland Resort allows Guests to “Dip inside this hunny pot of a spot,” where a candy kitchen awaits you, along with the finest merchandise from the Hundred-Acre Wood. The shop is located in Critter Country and has been a part of the Park for quite a while.
In the comment section of the original post, several Guests share their thoughts on this image. One user said:
Luckily, the infestation issue was eventually taken care of. The affected shop reopened on August 1 after a re-inspection by the O.C. health agency. A follow-up inspection was scheduled for Monday, August 8. Thankfully, other Disneyland eateries have recently passed county health inspections, including the Red Rose Taverne, Tiki Juice Bar, and Candy Palace.
Please note that parts of this story are based on a personal Disney Parks Guest experience. No two Guest experiences are alike, and this article does not necessarily align with Inside the Magic’s personal views on Disney Parks operations.