A reported fire shut down an entire area of a popular Walt Disney World Resort theme park.
While attractions like Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, the all-new Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, Frozen Ever After, Slinky Dog Dash, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and Avatar Flight of Passage get a ton of attention, some of the most magical moments for Disney World Guests happen at the end of the day with an epic nighttime spectacular.
Disney is in the midst of making major changes to its nighttime spectaculars, but for now, you can still enjoy Disney Enchantment at Magic Kingdom and EPCOT Harmonious, both of which are set to change, as well as the beloved Fantasmic! show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Recently, Guests were reportedly held out of Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom.
Streaming The Magic shared the video on TikTok.
Guests being kept out of Adventureland (later corrected to Fantasyland) at Magic Kingdom while Pyro assesses any possible damage from fireworks during a windy night at Disney World
Guests being kept out of Adventureland at Magic Kingdom while Pyro assesses any possible damage from fireworks during a windy night at Disney World #wdw
As you can see in the video, a Disney Cast Member is having to direct Disney Park Guests away from Fantasyland right in front of Mad Tea Party. The rides were reportedly down for the remainder of the night in Fantasyland, but have since reopened.
Disney has not confirmed any major damage from the fire and it seems as if everything is back to normal operating capacity now, which is great news.
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Visit the official Disney website to plan your next magical vacation. Walt Disney World Resort is home to four magical theme parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, as well as two water parks in Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, and the retail and recreation area, Disney Springs. A valid ticket and a Park Pass Reservation is needed to enter each Disney Park.