When Walt Disney World reopened last year, many rides and attractions added plexiglass as part of their new COVID health and safety measures. Now, plexiglass is starting to be removed from ride queues and attraction vehicles.
Many attractions, as well as transportation options like the monorail and buses at Disney World, no longer have plexiglass dividers. Thunder Mountain had plexiglass dividers separating guests in the queue, making the queue feel pretty small. All of the plexiglass dividers are now gone!
Over in Fantasyland, construction scrim has finally come down off of Peter Pan’s Flight. Plexiglass dividers were in place throughout this attraction’s queue and has now been removed!
Haunted Mansion was another attraction with lots of plexiglass dividing the queue. Not only has the plexiglass been removed, but the pre-show stretching room has also returned!
We are so excited to see more attractions returning to normal! What do you think about the plexiglass being removed?
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