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Breaking: New Refurbishment Scheduled for an Unlikely Attraction

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Breaking: New Refurbishment Scheduled for an Unlikely Attraction
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Refurbishments are a common occurrence at Disney World. However, this newly scheduled downtime is for an unlikely attraction.

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Refurbishments are a part of life at Walt Disney World. It’s not uncommon for at least one attraction to be closed at any given time. Many attractions have just received updates in the months leading up to the 50th anniversary. We still have a few on the horizon, though. See our full list HERE.

Refurbishments may take place for various reasons. Whether it be for mechanical issues or cosmetic updates, a refurbishment can take place for many reasons. Based on the nature of the work, the refurbishment may be a few days or several months.

Thankfully, the next attraction to be refurbished will only be down for a short period of time.

Disney Springs Refurbishment

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The shopping and food district of Disney World is home to tons of restaurants, stores, and entertainment options. From Basin White to Splitsville Bowling, there is so much to see and do.

Did you know Disney Springs is also home to an attraction as well? Aerophile is the world leader in balloon fight, and it calls Disney Spring home!

According to the Disney website, the Aerophile experience will close for refurbishment from October 17 to October 27. It will reopen to Guests on October 28.

The Aerophile experience will close for refurbishment from October 17 to October 27. It will reopen to Guests on October 28.

More about the Aerophile Experience

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Travel 400 feet in the air and enjoy sweeping views of iconic Disney World sights. The experience lasts a total of 8 minutes, but I can guarantee you have never experienced Disney World like this.

The basket can hold 29 people and 1 pilot. Pricing is $25 for guests 10 and up and $20 for children 3-9 years old. I (Monica) have never done this mainly because it would cost almost $150 for my family of 6. It does look really neat, though!

Have you ever done the Aerophile at Disney Springs? Were you planning to experience it during its brief refurbishment? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook.




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