No More Underwater Music At Disney’s Art Of Animation Pool

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Just keep swimming! Just keep swimming!

If you have ever been at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort then you know the Big Blue Pool, the largest hotel pool in all of the Walt Disney World Resort.

Inspired in Finding Nemo, this pool contains over 308, 527 gallons of water! Huge right?

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The beautiful area has giant pieces of Nemo, Crush and other special friends.

But one of the best parts of this pool was the underground audio and music where you were able to listen to Marlin, Dory and Nemo talking about their adventures in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef!

Unfourtunally this special feature has been removed due to safety concerns and issues for the lifeguards.

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But don’t worry the Big Blue Pool still have so much to offer like the Schoolyard Sprayground with pop-up jets and gushing water or for The Drop Off pool bar where you will be able to find delicious snacks and beverages to cool you off during those hot Florida days.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “No More Underwater Music At Disney’s Art Of Animation Pool

  1. We were just told this at Christmas. We wish we had known before we went. It was a cooler day, my son had brought his mask so he could listen to it. When we got in the lifeguard said no mask and they no longer have the music.

  2. As a former ART lifeguard, I completely agree with with! Kids and adults would both stay under for long periods of time which resulted in a lot of drownings and panicked children when they floated to a point they couldn’t touch at. It’s a cool feature but safety is more important.

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