Pirates of the Caribbean at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom reopened yesterday after a short, but noteworthy, refurbishment. As they are doing across their parks globally, Disney decided to change the famous auction scene in the latter half of the ride, giving the ‘redhead’ a new role.
Pirates of the Caribbean Ride News
It appears that Disney will be closing down their iconic Pirates of the Caribbean ride in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom for a little bit next year. Here are the details.
Magic Kingdom visitors riding on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride will now be able to experience a little blast from the past. The iconic talking skull that used to appear just before the drop is now back!
Disney has announced a new photo opportunity coming soon to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Much like other in-ride photos, the picture will be snapped during the ride and available to purchase and download after the ride through Disney PhotoPass. According to Disney, the picture will be snapped between the haunted grotto and Golden Age of Piracy segments of the ride.
It’s hard to believe, but 50 years ago today, on March 18, 1967, Pirates of the Caribbean made its maiden voyage at Disneyland.
Shanghai Disneyland Resort is set to open in just a few weeks (June 16th) and as we get closer, a trial run has begun and a number of videos and pictures and details have emerged from China. Needless to say, the park looks amazing!