The dark ride was only weeks away from opening when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down theme parks in mid-March.
Even during a pandemic, some guests appeared to go to Magic Kingdom solely to buy piles of merchandise, likely to be resold later.
Crowds were light, face masks stayed on and reminders of the new safety measures were everywhere.
Fun Spot America owner John Arie shared posts on Facebook that falsely claimed face masks could cause a harmful buildup of carbon dioxide and oxygen deprivation.
With COVID-19 cases and test positivity rates rising in Central Florida, Disney World will reopen its theme parks on July 11.
The program is suspended indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Disney announced Thursday.
The Winter Haven resort declined to specify the number of layoffs or which departments were affected.
143 workers at the Paddlefish and Terralina Crafted Italian restaurants at Disney Springs will be laid off.
Legoland indicated it will continue to provide free face masks to guests, but will not require them to be worn like other Florida theme parks.