How to Avoid Getting Banned at Disney World.

Disney World, the “The Most Magical Place On Earth,” is a fantastic destination for many families and visitors around the world. But before you pack your bags and head to the mouse’s house, it’s important to know what not to do. From taking flash photos on rides to getting into altercations with cast members and other guests, there are certain behaviors that can not only ruin your experience but also get you banned from the park.

First, let’s talk about photography. Disney parks are some of the most photographed places in the world, and it’s easy to understand why. With colorful murals, themed lands, and costumed characters, there’s no shortage of picture-perfect backdrops. However, taking pictures or videos with a flash on can be distracting to other guests and take away from the fantasy of the moment. Plus, if you happen to drop your device mid-ride, there’s a good chance it’s gone forever.

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Next, let’s talk about ride safety. While it may seem like common sense, hopping out of a ride vehicle mid-ride has become a thing lately. This is a major safety hazard! Doing this can also get you kicked out of the park and banned for life. Never climb things that aren’t meant to be climbed. Also hopping in fountains, and sticking your feet or hands in the water on certain rides is never a good idea. According to The Points Guy, someone visiting Epcot jumped off the ride “Living with the Land” to grab a cucumber. What an idiot!

Finally, it’s important to be mindful of your interactions with cast members and other guests. With the pressure of executing a perfectly planned vacation, it can be easy to let emotions get the best of you. But, getting into altercations, whether verbal or physical, can result in being asked to leave and could have legal implications.

While visiting Disney, it’s best to stick to the ride safety rules. Be mindful of flash photography, and keep your cool around fellow guests and cast members. By following these tips, you’ll not only have a great time but also avoid getting banned from the park.

Splash Mountain At Disney World Closes Today And The Line Is More Than Three Hours Long

Today is the final day for Splash Mountain. When Disney World in Orlando closes today, Splash Mountain will close and begin it’s rebranding as “Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.” It will be based on the 2009 film, “The Princess and the Frog.” The rebranding is expected to finish in 2024. Splash Mountain included the animated characters from the 1946 Disney film, “Song of the South.” Critics have claimed that film portrays racial stereotypes and the movie has been banned. The movie is not on Disney+ and is not available for sale anywhere (legally, that is).

The lines are crazy today. Many of us equate Splash Mountain as a part of our childhood, riding the log ride when our parents took us to Disney World when we were kids. Splash Mountain has been in operation for 30 years. That’s a lot of childhoods, so the nostalgia was thick.

Despite a petition to save the ride, today is it. And many fans have gone to the Magic Kingdom for one last ride. Lines were reported to be in excess of 3 hours. That means the line to ride a 30 year old, falling apart, water ride is longer than just about any other attraction at the park today. People don’t care. They’ll wait however long it takes to get on the ride one last time. Fortunately for them, it’s 79 degrees in Orlando today, much warmer than it was last weekend. Here’s some pics from the park.