Disney World attraction inexplicably closes opening hours early all week
The Living with the Land ride at Walt Disney World Resort – the site of the infamous cucumber theft incident – opened on September 28, 1982.
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While some customers believe the ride – which is located in The Land pavilion – should be given a makeover or completely redesigned, it remains a must-see at EPCOT.
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This week, however, Living with the Land closed two hours before the park closed for some inexplicable reason. As night falls each evening, cast members stationed in front of The Land area told guests that the Soarin ‘Around the World restaurant and Garden Grill are open at their normal hours, Living with the Land will close early at 7 p.m. pm EST for at least the rest of this week, and possibly longer.
Oddly, this schedule change was not noted on the Walt Disney World Resort website.
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At this time, details of Living With Dry Land earlier have not been shared. The attraction is not currently scheduled to undergo regular maintenance or to have an upcoming closure.
However, it should be noted that Living with the Land was recently closed for a full week, also without an explanation, so this could be related – although this remains unconfirmed.
Learn more about Living with the land
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The official description of Living with the Earth reads as follows:
A taste of the future
See how the horticulturalists at Walt Disney World are using innovative growing techniques and crossing high-yielding crops to help feed a growing planet.
Discover a cornucopia of fruits and vegetables from around the world, some modified for a breathtaking effect. Feast your eyes on edible food crops from around the world. Spot hybrid striped bass, tilapia, catfish and freshwater shrimp in our fish farm.
During this eye-opening tour, you will be inspired by a hopeful vision for the future of agriculture.
Taste the fruits of our labor
Enjoy a meal at the Sunshine Seasons or the Garden Grill Restaurant at the Land Pavilion, both of which serve fresh produce and seafood grown here.
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