How To Loose Your Ride Photo Op…

☆How To Loose Your Ride Photo Op☆

As Disney continues with it’s reopening we will no doubt see how it adapts with rules and procedures changing as they move forward. Once such rule has now been put in place.

If you are on a ride that has an inride photo op (list of attractions below) and you take off your mask while riding, you will loose your photo and it won’t be added to your photopass.

We can imagine people may be inclined to take advantage of rides, especially dark ones to get a mask break. It’s really not a good idea for everybody’s safety. We agree with this decision by Disney. Besides a photo with a mask won’t be a bad thing. It’ll be a reminder of this crazy year we are going through.

So enjoy the rides, take advantage of the photo ops safely, here are the rides you can get a cool photopass picture.

☆Magic Kingdom
Pirates of the Carribean
Splash Mountain
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
Enchanted Tales With Belle (closed)
Space Mountain
Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin

☆Animal Kingdom
Expedition Everest

Test Track
Frozen Ever After

☆Hollywood Studios
Slinky Dog Dash
Aerosmith Rock n Roller Coaster
Tower of Terror

Do you agree with these measures? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Amy Aajee

    My only objection to this is that water rides may not play nicely with masks. If your mask gets really wet, you will need to get it off pretty fast and switch to a different one.

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