Walt Disney World Resort is home to many iconic attractions that attract guests from around the world every day.
Disney World theme parks, including Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, offer a variety of attractions and entertainment for the whole family.
Disney Cast Members do their best to keep the Walt Disney World Resort as clean as possible, but sometimes things fall through the cracks.
Inside the Magic recently covered mold found at various Disney park attractions. While on Space Mountain, you may have noticed a large amount of mold growing in the air vents. Guests have reported seeing mold growing on “it’s a small world” on the roof of the attraction, but of course this is how you can prove that “it’s a small world” has mold there is no.
The Little Mermaid’s Voyage at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which has been closed since COVID, has also experienced some problems of its own, with one Disney cast member saying the theater was covered in mold and that they would need to clean it up. To do so, deprecate buildings and build them again that they would never do. Of course, Disney has not confirmed this report.
Another popular Disney World attraction now appears to be covered in mold in a less-than-anticipated location. monorail signYou may not notice it during the day, but it’s more noticeable when the monorail lights up the sign at night.
one a fan tweeted A joke that says:
“I have no children other than Lyme. I will wait for Monorail Mildew.”
No children other than Lyme. Wait for the monorail mold https://t.co/xKpl02bp83.
— Weenie (@SuperWeenieHtJr) December 31, 2022
Please note that mold and mildew may be a normal occurrence and Disney Cast Members are doing their best to keep the theme parks and areas around Disney World clean and spotless. .
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