The first week of the New Year has brought arctic temperatures to most of the country. The cold weather has even worked it’s way all the way to Walt Disney World and caused Disney to announce some closures and cancellations.
Here is what has been announced so far:
- Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park: The water park is today and will remain closed through Saturday, March 17 for its annual refurbishment.
- Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park: The water park is scheduled to be closed through Saturday, January 6 and is scheduled to reopen to Guests on Sunday, January 7 weather permitting.
- Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort: Both the 5:15 pm and 8:15 performances today, January 4 and tomorrow, January 5 have been canceled. The 8:15 pm performance on Saturday, January 6 has also been canceled. Guests with tickets to any of these performances will receive a credit back to their original form of payment. Guests can contact (407) WDW-DINE with any questions.
- Walt Disney World Resort Pools: For the second day, all pools at Walt Disney World Resorts are closed.
Stay warm out there!
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