- Disneyland had to shut down at least 12 rides due to a power outage in Anaheim
- Issue is with Disneyland Resort transformer and they’re working to restore power
- Guests are being escorted off several rides including the very popular Monorail
- People are venting frustration on Twitter after having to pay more for peak day
Disneyland has had to shut down at least a dozen rides after suffering a power outage on Wednesday in Anaheim.
A lot of the park’s operations have had to be stopped after Disneyland issued a statement claiming there was an ‘issue with a Disneyland Resort transformer.’
In an official statement they said: ‘We’ve determined that the issue is with a Disneyland Resort transformer and our team is currently assessing and working to restore power.’
Disneyland has had to shut down at least a dozen rides after suffering a power outage on Wednesday in Anaheim
The power outage has affected Toontown and Fantasyland, park spokeswoman Elva Rubalcava told The Hollywood Reporter.
They said guests are being escorted off at least a dozen rides, including the very popular Monorail, which is a high-speed transportation system that rockets along a single rail throughout the Disneyland Resort.
Employees are working on restoring power, however there has been no update as to how long the restoration will take.
A lot of the park’s operations have had to be stopped after Disneyland issued a statement claiming there was an ‘issue with a Disneyland Resort transformer’
One of the park’s official Twitter accounts tweeted earlier in the day warning people that it was a very busy day at the park and to plan their trip accordingly
Many holiday park visitors tweeted about the incident and shared several photos of the halted park attractions.
The power outage has also occurred on one of the busiest days for the park, which has sparked irritation for lots of people.
Some vented their frustration on Twitter, complaining they had to pay extra for a peak day despite being escorted off rides.
On one of the park’s official Twitter accounts they wrote ‘The Disneyland Resort is very busy today. Please check the Disneyland App for the latest wait times and schedules to plan your day.’
A twitter user shared a photo of the Disneyland app showing the wait time for several rides, which were all over an hour at least