4. Walt Disney World Railroad (Magic Kingdom)
Dates: December 3, 2018 - Late 2020
The Walt Disney World Railroad has been closed for almost a full year now, and while Disney has not released any updates on the refurbishment of this attraction, recent rumors seem to indicate that it will be another full year at least until this attraction might reopen, as construction on the TRON Roller Coaster in Tomorrowland continues to press on.
In the meantime though, the train history educational exhibit that was formerly located at the Main Street U.S.A. station has moved to the Fantasyland station as of January 27 2020, where it is expected to stay for the foreseeable future.
5. Typhoon Lagoon (the whole park)
Dates: Now - March 29th, 2019
Though temperatures in Florida are still warm, Typhoon Lagoon is now closed for its annual maintenance period, which will last just over two months, with the park reopening on March 29th, just in time for Spring Break.
In addition to sprucing up the park, Disney is likely getting it ready for the 2020 iteration of the after hours H2O Glow Nights event. Tickets for the early bird rate of $65 (gate admission is e $75), and annual passholders/DVC rate of $59 are now on sale for this special event.