Two of Disney World’s Longest-Running Rides Have Closed Doors for Good

Two of Disney World’s Longest-Running Rides Have Closed Doors for Good

Icon November 29, 2017
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Fans say their last goodbye to Epcot’s Universe of Energy and Hollywood Studios’ The Great Movie Ride, two long-time Disney World rides.

The Universe of Energy was launched in 1982 with a first-of-its-kind voyaging theater ride structure.
The present form of the show, featuring Ellen DeGeneres and Bill Nye, started running in 1996 and has engaged visitors from that point forward with its life-size dinosaurs.

The company officials discuss to open a “Guardians of the Galaxy” ride in place of The Universe of Energy during Disney’s D-23 Expo which took place a month ago.

The ride is something thrill-seekers could possibly be excited about, as insiders have told that it may become a crazy ride.

The Great Movie Ride has also closed its doors for the final time.
Since 1989, the ride has taken visitors inside “The Wizard of Oz,” “Tarzan,” “Casablanca,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and several different movies.

Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway is set to have its spot upon completion in around two years, officials revealed at the expo.

The ride, which company officials depicted as “groundbreaking” will be Disney’s first ride based on Mickey Mouse. Disney said the “mousterpiece” will be a “two and a half-dimension” ride and will enable guests to step into the world of a modern Mickey Mouse Cartoon short, as observed on the Disney Channel.

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