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Skyliner Update: Art of Animation Station

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We’re getting really, really close to Skyliners filling the skies over Walt Disney World, and I for one can’t wait. This weekend, I stopped by Art of Animation to see if they were doing some testing, and while they weren’t, they did have some of the gondolas in the station. Construction walls are still up around some of the station, but enough has come down to give a good look about how the station will appear once it is ready for its debut.


And in news that makes me happier than maybe it should, a new building has gone up near the Art of Animation Skyliner Station with…. RESTROOMS! That’s right, there will be close and convenient restrooms to this Skyliner station.

An added bonus, the restrooms are also convenient for the playground area outside of the Big Blue Pool.

I don’t know about you, but I’m so excited for the Skyliner system to open.

Would being at a resort serviced by the Skyliner system make you more likely to book a stay there? Are you unreasonably thrilled about more restrooms at Walt Disney World? Let us know in the comments. 

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Julia Mascardo

Former writer, editor, and social media manager of TouringPlans. Embarking on new adventures with husband, kid, and cats.

6 thoughts on “Skyliner Update: Art of Animation Station

  • Any opening date rumors?

  • I assume POP Century will be sharing this station across hourglass lake?

    • That’s correct — the people on site were describing it as the Art of Animation Station (perhaps because that’s where the bathroom outbuildings are located, and so that’s the work site name), but it is right in the middle of the Generation Gap bridge over Hourglass Lake between AoA and Pop. Both resorts will have easy access to it, which is wonderful.

  • Yes!!! Restrooms! My kids always seem to have to go when we are near the bus line. I’m sure the skyliner will be no different.

    • And all the moms nod their heads knowingly in agreement. 😉

      It happens every single time, doesn’t it?

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