Hurricane Ian is making its path to Florida and causing cancellations, delays and closings all over the state. See all the details about Legoland closing right here.
Recently, we began covering Tropical Storm Ian and its potential impact on Disney World. It is expected to intensify into a Major Hurricane (Category 3 or stronger) as it approaches Florida.
Right now, Florida is projected to be hit by Wednesday with hurricane-force winds and heavy rainfall. Disney issued a statement late Saturday night that they are operating under normal conditions. You can read that full statement HERE. Earlier we shared that Fort Wilderness issued a warning to guests with current reservations. Check this out HERE.
Disney World resorts and experiences and Airport Closures
Disney World resorts and select experiences have also been forced to close due to Hurricane Ian. Read more about the details regarding the closures HERE and other experiences HERE that was just announced earlier today.
Not only that, but Tampa International Airport was also forced to suspend their operations along with Orlando International Airport. It is quite obvious the state of Florida is taking all of their preparations seriously for Hurricane Ian. Safety remains a priority for all guests and residents of Florida right now.
Legoland has just announced that the theme park will be CLOSED Wed., Sept. 28 and Thurs., Sept. 29 due to Hurricane Ian. Tickets dated for these dates will automatically be extended thru December 31, 2022. Vacation stays booked during this time can be rebooked without penalty.
Legoland has just announced that the theme park will be CLOSED Wed., Sept. 28 and Thurs., Sept. 29 due to Hurricane Ian.
We do not have any word on any other park closures, like Universal Orlando, Sea World or Walt Disney World, but will keep you posted as news comes in! Stay safe everyone.
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