A ride that recently appeared to be closed indefinitely, seems to be back faster than once thought at a Disney Park.
Disney fans have had their hands full with multiple new announcements of new movies and releases, as well as closures for refurbishment since the D23 Expo earlier this year and even after that. While last month was a whirlwind of updates, one rumor floated around the internet that had many Disney fans excited at its possibility.
Earlier this week, we reported on an update to the Disneyland website that might have laid truth to the rumored potential refurbishment of the attraction, Indiana Jones Adventure, since a Cast Member let it slip last month. At the time, it seemed that Disney may have finally shared the date for when the attraction will close.
But now, per the latest update to the website, it appears this closure is not as long as one might have hoped, considering the state of the ride.
When looking at the official calendar for the ride, the Indiana Jones Adventure is only slated to be closed from November 14 through the 16, with times available starting November 17. While this is not a full confirmation that the ride will reopen on this day, it is a good indicator of its possible return.
Here’s hoping the ride gets its much-needed TLC soon, and has at least some of the recent complaints, like animatronics and mechanisms within the ride not working as they once did, resolved.
Here’s what Disney has to say about the ride:
Follow Indy’s footsteps into the crumbling Temple of the Forbidden Eye past intricate booby traps. Inspect carvings and frescos that tell the story of Mara, a powerful deity who promises great treasures—and vengeance to those foolish enough to gaze into its all-seeing eyes.
The Southern California Disney Theme Park is home to two iconic Parks: Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. Whichever Theme Park you pick, there are a ton of fun attractions to experience while visiting the area, including (but not limited to) Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean, and more.