Do you have plans to visit Walt Disney World and the Magic Kingdom in the near future? If so and you have plans to journey to space on, you will notice that a new exit from Space Mountain has been set up.
If you have rode Space Mountain in the past, you will know that after you got off of your spaceship, you took a moving walkway to exit from the ride and ended up in the Tomorrowland Light and Power Co. Gift Shop. Due to the moving walkways occasionally malfunctioning and not being able to be used by guests. they are under repair which has caused the exit from Space Mountain to be re-figured.
Now, when you exit the ride, you will go on a small journey of some sort! Guests now are directed to exit from an emergency exit in the back of the attraction. From there, guests are lead through a backstage area of the Magic Kingdom. To get back to Tomorrowland, guests are required to cross the tracks from the Walt Disney World Railroad. A Cast Member is on hand and will hold guests exiting the ride when a train is coming through.
While this temporary exit from Space Mountain may be an inconvenience to some guests, it’s actually pretty cool if you are a Disney Fanatic like me! While going through the backstage area, guests can see the area where the new Tron Coaster is being built!
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