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Disney World guests complain about ‘broken’ rides and ‘dirty facilities’ in Orlando as ticket prices soar

Several disney world guests have complained about “broken” rides and “dirty facilities” at the OrlandoFlorida resort town amid skyrocketing ticket prices.

These complaints come as the price of a ticket to Walt Disney World has increased by 3,871% over the past 50 years.

Disney fans have complained about their experience at the famous resort on various social media platforms.

“So sad that Disney has fallen so far,” one user wrote on Twitter.

“You have avoided so much in the name of profit while providing an inferior quality of service and experience.

“Broken down rides and closed places. Tourists visiting Orlando should spend all their money and vacation time at Universal Studios and SeaWorld.

Another person added, “Hey CEO, worst family experience in your Orlando parks. Half journeys [are] unusable or broken!

One person wrote: “Terrible experience – [the] the park has deteriorated a lot.

Reactions come later riders got stuck on the famous “It’s a Small World” ride for over an hour after the attraction broke down last month.

One of the puppets from It’s a Small World (Disney Parks, Experiences and Products)

A video of the incident was posted on TikTok, where users called the experience “torture”.

“[Park staff] I didn’t realize for about 45 minutes everyone was stuck on a boat so we just sat there for about an hour stuck with the song on a loop,” the visitor commented.

Another person complained about “poor maintenance” at Disney World’s new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel, which costs around $6,000 for two nights.

“Last year when I was here I was blown away by the CMs [cast members], especially at Galaxy’s Edge, by maintaining the illusion. This year, a lot of CMs were out of character at all,” the guest said, according to New York Post. “The resorts all had a few small issues like the main door not closing when we leave, the air conditioning not working properly.”

The current price for a day ticket to the park from Orlando, Florida is $109 (£90), while the fee for a child under 10 is $104 (£86) .

The Independent has contacted Disney World for comment.