Splash Mountain Removed from All Tip Boards at Disney World
The updates continue as the last traces of a beloved attraction exit the Parks. Splash Mountain has been removed from all tip boards at Disney World.
Splash Mountain’s Closure
MickeyBlog has been keeping you posted on all of the changes occurring since Splash Mountain’s closure. The ride held a nostalgic place in people’s hearts and was a staple of Disney World for over 30 years.
Yesterday, I reported that signage had been removed near the ride. There’s now a bare spot at the top of the post, where the Splash Mountain sign used to be.
We also updated you on the status of its narration on board the Walt Disney World Railroad. The voiceover was updated to accommodate the ride’s closure.
This morning the Liberty Square Riverboat followed suit, only a little more severely. Splash Mountain’s narration is currently completely gone, with no reference to the ride at all.
Removal from All Tip Boards
Our MickeyBlogger is at Magic Kingdom today, where he continues to see signs of the attraction’s absence. While in Tomorrowland, he noticed that Splash Mountain has now been removed from the tip board.
Yesterday, we shared that tip boards still displayed the ride as “Closed.” Today, Splash Mountain isn’t listed at all.
After talking to a Cast Member, we learned that all tip boards should now be reflecting the ride’s absence. Over at Disneyland, Splash Mountain has been experiencing short lines, as is often the case.
That being said, it’s an interesting comparison to what’s been going on at Walt Disney World Resort. Disneyland has yet to release an official closing date for the ride.
Both the east and west coast versions will transform into Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, premiering in late 2024. Keep following along, as we keep you in the loop upon Splash Mountain’s recent closure.