Disney World Closed Due to Hurricane Ian
All 4 theme parks and more are closed at Walt Disney World due to Hurricane Ian. Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom won’t reopen until after the storm passes Orlando. Additionally, there are other closures, changes, and cancellations through at least Friday, September 30, 2022. This post provides a rundown of all operational updates to Central Florida attractions. (Updated September 29, 2022 at 11 am EST.)
With regard to the storm system itself, Hurricane Ian was downgraded to Tropical Storm Ian on Thursday morning. The system is still dumping record amounts of rain and bringing “catastrophic flooding” across Florida while packing damaging winds across a 415-mile swath of the state.
Walt Disney World remains under a flash flood warning, with areas of Osceola and Orange Counties having seen a reported 12 to 16 inches of rain. Roads around Central Florida are still flooded, and the Orlando International Airport reports that no roads are accessible into MCO. Governor DeSantis has called the storm a “500-year flood event” and indicated that it’s still a “hazardous situation.”
September 29, 2022 – 11 am EST UPDATE: Walt Disney World has released a statement in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian: “We are thinking of our neighbors across Florida. We will get through this together and will be there to help our Cast Members and community.
As we keep safety in mind, our theme parks and other operating areas remain closed today while crews assess the impact of the storm and clear debris. Thank you to all of our Cast Members who continue to care for the thousands of guests currently staying at our Disney Resort hotels.”
Ahead of this, Walt Disney World has removed Park Pass reservation availability for Friday, September 30, 2022. This is not necessarily indicative of the parks being closed tomorrow, but that certainly remains a possibility.
Many roads remain flooded around Orlando. Cleanup cannot begin until flooding subsides and it’s safe for those Cast Members to leave their homes. Damage will need to be assessed, then work will start. One possibility that wouldn’t surprise us is if one or two parks have a delayed opening tomorrow, while others remain closed until the weekend.
There’s also past precedent for Walt Disney World reopening areas only to on-site resort guests. It wouldn’t surprise us if EPCOT reopens later tomorrow for resort guests, followed by the other parks later in the day or on Saturday and Sunday.
It’ll be interesting to see what happens with Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom and Halloween Horror Nights on Friday. This are big-money events for Disney and Universal that they won’t want to cancel, but it might be tough to get everything back up and running–and properly staffed–by then. (No actual insight here–just a potential scenario.)
Whenever the parks do reopen, don’t be surprised if certain attractions don’t reopen right away. Anything with a lot of trees is an obvious candidate for a prolonged closure. If I recall correctly, it took Jungle Cruise a day or two after Hurricane Irma to reopen.
It might be a similar story with trails and attractions in Animal Kingdom, or the park as a whole, if there are staggered reopenings. Outside the parks, there might be resorts that are out of commission entirely or have areas closed off due to downed trees. Fort Wilderness is the most obvious example, but not the only one–many resorts have a lot of trees.
To that point, Walt Disney World has extended its ban or block on new bookings at the resorts. While it appears that check-ins will resume tomorrow at 3 pm, that’s only for existing reservations.
New resort reservations are now suspended through October 2, 2022 at this time. New reservations can once again be booked beginning on October 3, 2022. (Probably not relevant to many of you–cannot imagine much interest in last-minute getaways to Orlando.) More than anything else, this is probably a courtesy to displaced Floridians who will want or need to extend their stays due to flooding at their homes.
Here’s our latest look at all of the closures at Walt Disney World, Orlando Airports, and other theme parks in Central Florida…
Walt Disney World Closures & Cancellations for Hurricane Ian
Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom theme parks will be closed due to Hurricane Ian on Wednesday, September 28 and Thursday, September 29, 2022.
Currently, all 4 theme parks are scheduled to reopen on Friday, September 30, 2022, but the schedule is subject to change.
Along with this, the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party scheduled for Thursday, September 29 is cancelled. Guests with pre-purchased party tickets for these parties can receive a full refund for the event tickets by calling (407) 939-7818 or emailing Walt Disney World at [email protected]
Walt Disney World has not announced available options, but normally, guests would still be able to exchange their tickets for tickets to any date of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party events in 2022 (even sold out ones) or a 1-Day Flexible Date Ticket with Park Hopper Option.
Note: Reports we’ve heard about moving Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party tickets to a different sold out date have been very mixed. The best chances of success are when switching to the September 30 event, which makes sense both for guests and for Disney, as they’re likely to have a ton of cancellations for that MNSSHP. As there’s no officially published policy, your mileage may vary.
Disney Springs will also be closed on Wednesday, September 28. Walt Disney World indicates that they “anticipate” Disney Springs will be closed on Thursday, September 29, as well, but will provide updates as the company continues to track the storm.
Although not officially announced, don’t be surprised if some third party businesses at Disney Springs close early today and don’t reopen on Thursday, even if the rest of Disney Springs does resume operations.
Drawn to Life by Cirque du Soleil will be cancelled on Wednesday, Sept. 28 and Thursday, Sept. 29.
Disney Resort Hotels: For the safety of everyone, all guests including Disney Vacation Club Members must check in to resorts on September 28 by 3 p.m. Guests may reschedule their trip or cancel their stay with us; any customary cancellation fees will be waived.
Check in will not be accepted on Thursday, September 29. Resort check-ins will resume at 3 p.m. on Friday, September 30. This means that new guests will not be able to arrive at Walt Disney World resorts for a window of 48 hours.
Other resort policies:
- Guests that are checked in by 3 p.m. Wednesday will be asked to shelter in place at their resort for the duration of the storm, this includes any resort-to-resort transfers
- Guests are strongly encouraged to enjoy food and beverage offerings at the parks and Disney Springs before returning to their Resort hotels.
- Dining options for Guests staying in our Resort hotels will vary, and in some cases may be very limited. Where available, restaurants will accept walk-ups only; Guests will not need dining reservations.
- Characters will not be available in character dining locations on Wednesday and Thursday
- The Grand Floridian Spa will close at noon Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Additionally, ‘rustic resorts’ including Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, Copper Creek Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Treehouse Villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa and the Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will temporarily close Wednesday, September 28 through Friday, September 30 due to the weather.
Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser resort voyages departing Tuesday, September 27 and Thursday, September 29 have been canceled due to the potential impact on the guest experience. Guests with reservations for these dates are asked to please call 407-939-5209 for help with modifying their plans.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon will close temporarily Wednesday, September 28 and Thursday, September 29, 2022. (Disney’s Blizzard Beach is currently closed for the season.)
Winter Summerland Miniature Golf and Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf will also temporarily close Wednesday, September 28 and Thursday, September 29, 2022.
Walt Disney World Transportation is not operating again until Friday, September 30.
Limited Minnie Van and Mears taxi service will be offered to Walt Disney World resort Guests with existing breakfast reservations.
Disney Skyliner gondolas typically close for inclement weather–so expect a lot of downtime, potentially even after parks reopen.
Reservations for Dining and Other Experiences: Effective immediately, Walt Disney World will not enforce cancellation policies until further notice for dining and other experiences like Savi’s Workshop and Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique.
Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue performances have been canceled September 28-30 in light of the temporary closure of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. Guests with pre-paid reservations will be automatically canceled and refunded.
Restaurants in resorts will continue to operate in select locations with availability subject to change. Below is a list of the status of each restaurant:
*Offering meal kit distribution.
Disney’s All Star Movies Resort
- World Premiere Food Court
- Silver Screen Spirits Pool Bar
Disney’s All Star Music Resort
- Intermission Food Court
- Singing Spirits Pool Bar
Disney’s All Star Sports Resort
- End Zone Food Court
- Grandstand Spirits Pool Bar
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
- Landscape of Flavors
- The Drop Off Pool Bar
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village
- The Mara*
- Boma – Flavors of Africa
- Sanaa Lounge
- Kilimanjaro Club Level
- Victoria Falls Lounge
- Zuwadi Traders (Jambo House)*
- Jahari Treasures (Kidani Village)*
- Club Level – available for Club Level Guests
- Jiko – The Cooking Place
- Cape Town Lounge and Wine Bar
- Uzima Springs Pool Bar
- Maji Pool Bar
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn and Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
- Belle Vue Lounge*
- Club Level – available for Club Level Guests
- Convention Center Buffet
- Trattoria al Forno
- Flying Fish
- Pizza Window
- BoardWalk Ice Cream
- BoardWalk Deli
- Leaping Horse Libations
- Big River Grill & Brewing Works
- BoardWalk Joe’s Marvelous Margaritas
- The To-Go Cart
- The Funnel Cake Cart
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
- Sebastian’s Bistro
- Spyglass Grill
- Centertown Market
- Banana Cabana
Disney’s Contemporary Resort and Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
- Contempo Cafe*
- Chef Mickey’s
- Outer Rim
- Cove Bar
- Steakhouse 71
- Steakhouse 71 Lounge
- Club Level – available for Club Level guests
- California Grill
- The Sand Bar
- Spyglass Grill
- Contemporary Grounds
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
- Toledo – Tapas, Steak & Seafood – Buffet offering
- Barcelona Lounge*
- El Mercado de Coronado*
- Rix Sports Bar & Grill
- Chronos Club Level – available for Club level guests
- Three Bridges Bar & Grill
- Dahlia Lounge
- Café Rix
- Siestas Cantina
- Laguna Bar
- Maya Grill
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
- Gaspirilla Island Grill
- Beaches Pool Bar & Grill
- Enchanted Rose
- Grand Floridian Café
- 1900 Park Fare
- Victoria & Albert’s
- Courtyard Pool Bar
- Garden View Tea Room
- Citricos Lounge
- Private Dining
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
- Olivia’s Cafe
- Good’s Food To Go
- Gurgling Suitcase Libations & Spirits
- Turtle Shack Poolside Snacks
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
- Club Lounge – grab n’ go items available for Club Level guests
- Capt. Cook’s
- Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace and Trader Sam’s Grotto
- Kona Café
- Kona Island
- Tambu Lounge
- Pineapple Lanai
- Barefoot Pool Bar
- Oasis Bar & Grill
- Lobby Bar
Disney’s Pop Century Resort
- Everything POP Shopping & Dining
- Petals Pool Bar
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
- Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory
- Scat Cat’s Club – Cafe
- Scat Cat’s Club – Lounge
- Mardi Grogs
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
- Riverside Mill Food Court
- Muddy Rivers
- River Roost
- Boatwright’s Dining Hall
- River Roost
Disney’s Riviera Resort
- Primo Piatto*
- La Petit Cafe
- Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera
- Bar Riva
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
- The Artist’s Palette
- The Turf Club Bar & Grill
- The Turf Club Lounge
- The Paddock Grill
- On the Rocks
- Backstretch Pool Bar
- Chip n’ Dale’s Cafe
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort, Boulder Ridge at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort
- Roaring Fork*
- Whispering Canyon Cafe
- Territory Lounge
- Boulder Ridge
- Club Lounge – available for Club Level guests
- Storybook Dining at Artist Point
- Geyser Point Bar & Grill
Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, Disney’s Beach Club Resort
- Ale & Compass Restaurant
- Ale & Compass Lounge
- Beach Club Marketplace*
- Cape May Café
- The Market at Ale & Compass*
- Martha’s Vineyard
- Yachtsman Steakhouse
- Club Level Lounges – available for Club Level guests
- Crew’s Cup Lounge
- Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar & Grill
- Beaches & Cream Soda Shop
Additionally, Walt Disney World is allowing changes and cancellations with no penalties for guests arriving between now and Monday, October 3, 2022. This applies to reservations booked by the Walt Disney Travel Company or Disney Destinations, LLC. (In other words, if you booked through Walt Disney World directly–either by phone or Disneyworld.com–you’re eligible. Same goes for reservations booked via an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner or travel agent.)
Most room-only and vacation packages can be modified, or cancelled online, including changes to travel dates, without fees. Packages including air transportation or other services provided by third parties, or those with travel protection, cannot be modified or cancelled online. Guests with these reservations will need to call Walt Disney World for assistance. (Expect longer-than-normal hold times.)
Universal Orlando Resort will be fully closed on Wednesday, September 28 and Thursday, September 29, 2022. This closure impacts Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Universal’s Volcano Bay Water Park, and Universal CityWalk Orlando. At present, the resort hotels of Universal Orlando Resort are all operational.
Halloween Horror Nights will also be cancelled both nights. Universal Orlando expects to be open on Friday, “conditions permitting.”
Elsewhere around Central Florida, LEGOLAND Florida Resort will be closed Wednesday and Thursday due to Hurricane Ian. This closure also includes Peppa Pig Theme Park.
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort will be OPEN until 5pm tonight. The Resort will be closed Wed, Sept 28 and Thurs, Sept 29, due to Hurricane Ian. Resort Hotels will remain open to guests with existing reservations.
Any tickets dated for Wednesday, September 28 through Sunday, October 2, will be automatically extended through December 31, 2022. Vacation stays for this closure period will be able to be rebooked without penalty once the LEGOLAND call center reopens.
Due to the projected path of Hurricane Ian, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando, and Discovery Cove parks have enacted its Named Storm Policy and will be temporarily closed on:
- Busch Gardens Tampa Bay: Tuesday, September 27 – Thursday, September 29
- SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando, and Discovery Cove: Wednesday, September 28 – Thursday, September 29
Precautions are in place following the parks’ comprehensive weather preparedness plan to ensure the safety of animals and ambassadors during this time. Guests are encouraged to check back on our website and follow our social media channels for updates.
All date-intended tickets for September 27 (at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay), 28 and 29 (all parks listed above) have been extended through December 31, 2022.
Orlando International Airport announced that it is closed due to Hurricane Ian. The airport will be closed starting at 10:30 am on September 28, 2022.
Currently, MCO is expected to resume operations on Friday, after assessing all damage to airport property and facilities. Orlando International Airport notes the time for the reopening is “fluid” and subject to change. It could happen sooner–or later–depending upon Hurricane Ian’s intensity and impacts in Orlando. (The airport’s last closure, during Dorian, was shortened.)
Per Orlando International Airport’s official @MCO Twitter account, key airport, airline, and federal agency representatives will continue monitoring the weather and determine whether any future closures may be necessary.
Orlando Sanford Airport also announced its terminal will close at 5 pm on Tuesday. All flights on Wednesday and Thursday are cancelled.
Both airports indicate that they are closely monitoring the status of Hurricane Ian to identify the potential extent of impact to airport operations. Please check with your airline directly in regards to their operations for the most up-to-date flight information.
We don’t have much to add here. Hurricane Ian is currently a major Category 3 system, and is likely to make landfall between Tampa and Naples on Wednesday with a path taking it right through Central Florida–directly towards the tourist corridor and Walt Disney World. Governor DeSantis has warned of “catastrophic flooding” and “life-threatening storm surge” in areas of Florida, with impacts “far, far broader than where of the eye makes landfall.”
Ultimately, if you are at Walt Disney World, be safe. Take this seriously, for your own sake and that of Cast Members and other guests. As accurate as storm forecasting has become, it’s still not 100% certain. It’s only appropriate for Walt Disney World to prioritize human life and safety, erring on the side of caution and closing the parks, relocating guests, and canceling entertainment. Here’s hoping this passes quickly and with minimal damage and harm, and Walt Disney World can resume normal operations on September 30, 2022. We’ll keep you posted either way!
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We were at Kidani for the last week. Checked out this morning. We thought things were handled amazingly well. We had the benefit of being in a 2 bedroom with a full kitchen and had stocked up on groceries and snacks, but Sanaa remained open and the shop had meal kits available throughout. Tons of activities for the kids in the lobby and community hall, frequent character visits, trick or treat bags of candy. Cast members on the “ride out” teams were working double shifts and housed in vacant rooms. Power never went out but housekeeping brought flashlights around to everyone Wednesday evening just in case.
We had the best day ever at Magic Kingdom on Friday…. Clear skies, cooler temps, and the smallest crowds I have seen there in 15 to 20 years. Park was immaculate, no evidence at all of storm damage. Wait times for Space Mountain were less than 15 minutes all afternoon! Lots of rides were going down frequently during the day and I don’t think Jungle Cruise ever opened (but it might have later in the day). Park got noticeably busier around 5. We left and went to dinner at Wilderness Lodge. When we came back to MK to catch the bus to Kidani the crowds waiting to enter the Halloween party we’re massive. I’m sure there were twice as many people at the party than there had been at the park during the day.
I just love that Banana Cabana did not close. One pool bar to rule them all! It, so far, looks like the resorts got off pretty lightly. I am quite curious to see how the Tron Coaster weathered Ian, given the inflatable nature of the covering. One thing I forgot to mention: Parking. For future reference: Always go to the highest ground you can find, never park in obvious dips or by drains, if at all possible. Also, be mindful of trees. If you’re parking on a garage, get above the first floor, but try to avoid the roof. A few years back, my wife’s cousin and wife made the mistake of riding out a hurricane at Orange Beach, Alabama. They were lucky in the garage where they parked, on the 2nd level. Every car on the first floor got flooded by storm surge. Every car on the roof (3rd) level took debris damage.
I’m glad to see that the parks are reopening pretty much as scheduled, with substantial early hour entries for resort guests. I am not surprised that it’s going to take longer for Typhoon Lagoon to reopen; all that excess water can cause havoc in the chemical balance, plus there’s a lot of trees. Which means the Treehouse Villas taking so long to reopen is also no surprise. And, of course, Ft. Wilderness being closed indefinitely was also to be expected. I am looking forward to finding out how the parks fared!
I’m sure you’ve seen this, but here it is on the WDW website:
Weather Updates & Information
We continue to closely monitor weather conditions as we assess the impact of Hurricane Ian on our property. While theme parks and many operating areas remain closed to guests today, we anticipate weather conditions to improve this evening. Walt Disney World Resort will resume theme park and Disney Springs operations in a phased approach starting on Friday, Sept. 30. Please check back later today for updated Operating hours.
Last updated on September 29, 2022 at 3:20 PM
Im currently on the phone with a cast member (waited on hold for 3 hours), but the park passes filled up and were never closed. I was curious so I asked lol, she said “we never closed them, they just filled up. Thats how many people are trying to come or reschuled their days.” I was also able to secure a Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party ticket for the 30th since mine was canceled for tonight (the 29th).
Tom, do you think WDW is limiting capacity for the next few weeks to control for some cast members not needing to be at work? Saw that reservations are full the next few weeks and wondered if that could be why.
We’re at Portofino in universal right now. There’s pretty substantial flooding along the Garden Walk river into the ‘bay’ at the front of the hotel. Also Portofino is leaking a lot- seems like water found joints within the concrete construction and plenty of corridors here are sodden, I’m unsure about guest rooms.
South Carolinians here! Praying for Floridians. We have tickets for Friday Halloween party. Our flight is cancelled, but WDW will not refund our tickets. #frustrated. #disappointed
Unfortunately this looks like a strong storm that could have the parks and roads closed tomorrow too 🙁 I fear tourists did not heed warnings and did not stock enough food for themselves. Typical hurricane advice is 3 days of food and water. Disney isn’ta hurricane babysitter; the guests are adults. Local Stores and Instacart and Disney shops were open Monday and Tuesday. For everyone’s sake I hope they can open tomorrow but it really seems unlikely given the road flooding locally. Maybe they will open MK and Epcot (some areas at least). I’m hearing universal got hit harder.
Based on what I’ve seen, Universal did get hit harder. Both north and south of Walt Disney World appear to have done worse than WDW itself.
Disney just announced they will be opening theme parks tomorrow and disney springs in a phased opening. Im at All Stars Sports and there is flooding but cast members were quick at work this morning getting it cleared. The damage looked very minimal and the flooding has gone down since 7 am this morning at my resort
If they reopen for resort guests only would that include swann and dolphin?
Typically, “on-site” encompasses all hotels with Disney in the name, plus Swan & Dolphin, Shades of Green, Bonnet Creek, and Disney Springs area hotels.
i booked a trip to disney oct-3 thru oct- 7
should i reschedule?
I would anticipate things being back to normal by Monday, but it’s impossible to say for sure.
We are staying at animal kingdom lodge. Staff have all been amazing and doing their best but they definitely do not have consistent information being given through various lines as we have gotten different answers about reimbursement / rescheduling, lock down plans, food options, etc from various front desk and restaurant staff
It is worst case scenario for sure for a vacation, especially for those of us who have saved for years and travelled a distance (Canada) and can’t easily return in the next year. This is our second time dealing with a hurricane in Florida – we knew the risk, last time was Matthew…just hoped lightening wouldn’t strike us twice!
That said, we are safe, sheltered and have food and water and my heart breaks for those whose homes and lives are being torn apart by this storm.
The thought did occur to me that you and Sarah had quite a few Disneyland updates…..
I must admit that as a Floridian you will be missed… we were so lucky having the two of you right here.
I hope the relocation helps you achieve everything that you are hoping for …. no more looking for Tom and Sarah days.
Thanks for the kind words, but you probably won’t notice any difference. We lived in California before and made monthly visits to the parks, and will do so again.
The biggest difference is more resort stays and full days in the parks. Most of our visits to Walt Disney World in the last year-plus were simply late night strolls around World Showcase and I often didn’t even bring my camera to the parks. Totally “pointless” from a content perspective. In general, I was getting too laid back in approaching Walt Disney World as a local. I could go on, but probably worth covering this in a separate post. This change should reinvigorate things, at least from the tourist perspective!
Reading all the comments and posts and I’m wondering why my daughter, who works for a Disney world restaurant, was told to report for work tomorrow as usual, Thursday September 29th. That message was sent by a manager 5 hours ago. She’s supposed to go to work on D Day… pretty contradictory.
I know our resort’s food court, shop, and arcade are still open and according to the updates on the Disney app, there are several other hotels that are leaving their table service restraunts open for guest for “walk up service.” That may be it, but if its outside of the resorts then I wouldnt know why either because there have been no updates made known to the guest that anything outside of the resorts will be open tomorrow. I even think the cast members who are working at All Star Sports where we are staying are staying in hotel rooms here.
Why don’t you ask her manger instead of a random blog? They are not gonna have that information.
I’m a guest at the moment and we are staying at the Coronado. They didn’t have enough food for us. I waited in line 3 times only to get the register to find the food boxes ran out. We don’t have food options at my hotel after 6 pm. I was told food was gonna be open till midnight because of the storm, however everything inside the hotel was closed and left us to get vending machine snacks. I was was given a “hurricane discount” which somehow ended up being more expensive than I originally paid for the room per night. I’m disappointed in Disneys response. Our hotel is outdoor mostly, so we are stuck in the hotel room quite literally.