Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye has reopened at Disneyland Park with new physical distancing measures.
Physical distancing markers led to the queue area.
In order to keep the line more contained, the queue is redirected into the top floor of the Jungle Cruise queue while the Jungle Cruise remains closed.
Physical distancing markers on the ground help guests stay six feet apart.
With only a 20-minute wait, we moved quickly through the long queue.
Guests are not actually in much of a queue once in the building, you proceed quickly to the load area.
In the loading area, plexiglass dividers have been installed between rows. There’s also numbered floor markers.
The plexiglass dividers have bamboo designs to blend in more with the ride’s theming.
The divider blocks the second row of each loading section.
There is also a plexiglass divider installed in the middle of each ride vehicle.
The divider takes up the second row, with only the first and third rows open. Only one party is seated per row.
Watch our ride through of Indiana Jones Adventure below.
Read more about the reopening of Disneyland below.
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