Frozen Ever After will remain open. And that new Space Restaurant thing.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL — We at Uncle Walt’s Insider pride ourselves on our accuracy. [Ed.: Up to 19% now! That’s more than double CNN!] So when we publish mistaken information, we want to let you know as soon as possible.
On Tuesday of this week, our article Epcot to close for two years stated that Epcot would, uh, close for two years, due to construction. But it turns out that not all of Epcot will be closed.
The good stuff stays open
Our source now tells us that, due to overwhelming demand, the
Maelstrom Frozen Ever After ride — and its corresponding gift shop — will remain open. We’re not exactly sure how guests will get to it, but it will be open.
Also, the new Space 220 restaurant will not be closed. Once it opens, that is. Our source says that’s because the restaurant will be in orbit, so it will not be affected by Epcot construction.
We’ll keep you posted in the extremely unlikely event we ever have to correct ourselves again.
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