News has been coming at a frantic pace about the reopening of Walt Disney World, which will be happening in just three weeks. And though we learned all about the Disney Parks Pass reservation system earlier this week, more information has been released about what attractions will be open and how guests will queue for them when Disney begins its reopening next month
No virtual lines will be used
Though many thought Disney would roll out a larger version of their virtual queue system (which was previously used on Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance), it looks like Disney is going back to the good old days of standby-only confirming that they will not be using any kind of virtual queue or FastPass+ when Disney parks reopen, for any attraction, including the aforementioned Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
While this may come as bit of a shock (Universal Orlando Resort has made extensive use of virtual queues since their reopening) Disney appears confident that it can control attendance at the park with its new Disney Parks Pass reservation system (as well as the ban on park hopping), which will hopefully lead to manageable queues at rides.
Almost all attractions will be available
One of the big questions many have had about Walt Disney World's reopening is what attractions will be open. And it looks like the vast majority of popular attractions, including Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, Space Mountain, Dumbo The Flying Elephant, Avatar - Flight of Passage and more will all be open. The only attractions that will not be reopening with the park are the following:
- Beauty and the Beast "Sing-Along"
- Star Wars Launch Bay
- Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
- Voyage of the Little Mermaid
- Beauty and the Beast Live On Stage
- For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing a Long
- Casey Jr. Splash 'N' Soak Station
- Enchanted Tales With Belle
- Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor
- The Boneyard
- Primeval Whirl
- Finding Nemo The Musical
- UP! A Great Bird Adventure
- Turtle Talk With Crush
- Festival of the The Lion King