Splash Mountain fans will undoubtedly be feeling blue this week after the iconic attraction closed at the Magic Kingdom at the end of Sunday, January 22. For many it was a day when they felt compelled to visit the park to bid a fond farewell and enjoy their last rides.
Hundreds of adoring fans headed straight to the attraction following rope drop on Sunday morning and the area was packed all day with guests eager to get their last ride on Splash Mountain. Numerous videos have appeared online capturing Splash Mountain's last rides and we have chosen two of the best to embed in this article for anyone who wasn't able to be there on Sunday and feels they want to get a glimpse of the last day.
First we have TheDailyWoo which shows a summary of the last day of Splash Mountain from rope drop to the final drop. When the park officially closed at 11:00PM there was still a 175 minute wait. You get to see the last Cast Members riding Splash Mountain with cheers from the surrounding crowds. Take a look for yourselves at the video which is embedded below.
Secondly, we have TheTimTracker which features a POV of Splash Mountain and also has TRON Lightcycle / Run updates. Start the video at 5:26mins to cut straight to Splash Mountain footage. The stand by wait time at 4:00PM reached 220 minutes.
We now await the opening of Tiana's Bayou Adventure in late 2024 which will replace the 30 year-old iconic Splash Mountain attraction. Are you sad to see Splash Mountain close at the Magic Kingdom? Are you excited for Tiana's Bayou Adventure? We will bring you news of when Splash Mountain at Disneyland Park will close when it is officially confirmed.