The Space Mountain exit gift shop, Tomorrowland Light & Power Co., has closed for refurbishment to accommodate changes for the upcoming TRON Lightcycle / Run roller coaster. Exterior changes on the gift shop have been underway already; see our latest update here.
The shop is closed off.
Themed “temporarily closed” signs hang in the windows.
Guests exiting Space Mountain now leave out of a door to the left of the attraction’s entrance.
At this time, there is no scheduled reopening date for Tomorrowland Light & Power Co.
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4 thoughts on “Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. Now Closed, Space Mountain Exit Moved in Preparation for TRON Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom”
I hope they gut and renovate the TLPC building, that gift shop has smelled like moldy mushrooms for at least 10-years.
If guests now exit on the left side of attraction entrance which used to be general line, where does lightning lane enter now (as I am assuming the people entering in the photo provided are in general line which moved to where lightning lane was previously)?
It’s still there, this is a separate door
Does anyone know if the change currently impacts people in wheelchairs? Is the new route accessible?
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