Walt Disney World Resort offers a variety of transportation options for guests. There are options for guests to get from their Disney World resort to the parks as well as transportation between parks and to Disney Springs. Since the resort reopened last summer, not all transportation options have reopened.
The boats that take guests to Disney Springs from resorts like Disney’s Old Key West and Disney’s Saratoga Springs are currently not operating. Watercraft service is available to Epcot & Disney’s Hollywood Studios from the resort hotels that offer it. Water taxis are also available to Magic Kingdom from the resorts that offer it.
Trams at the theme park parking lots are also not operating yet. Guests will need to park and then walk to the park entrances.
The Epcot Monorail which takes guests from the Ticket & Transportation Center to Epcot is still not open. It’s anticipated to return sometime this year, but we don’t know specifics yet. The Magic Kingdom monorail is operating but does not stop at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort right now due to ongoing construction at that resort.
Bus service from the Disney World theme parks to Disney Springs is currently available but stops at 4 pm each day.
What transportation are you looking forward to having back at Disney World?
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