Disney’s Skyliner opened on September 29, 2019. It remains the newest form of transportation at Disney World. Below, we’ll preview the Disney Skyliner map. It visualizes how the Skyliner operates and the destinations it services.
However, for the most current information, you’ll want to check out our guide that covers the Skyliner gondola system, including the resorts and travel times: The Disney Skyliner: Resorts, Travel Times, & Details.
Disney Skyliner Map
Here is a map of the Skyliner.
The Disney Skyliner services the following resorts as shown on the map:
- Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
- Disney’s Pop Century Resort
- Disney’s Riviera Resort
- Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
Additionally, guests have the opportunity to board the Disney Skyliner at the following theme parks:
- Epcot (International Gateway Entrance)
- Hollywood Studios
The Skyliner’s gondolas feature classic character theming. If you have a favorite character, it is likely propelling through the air on a Skyliner Gondola at Walt Disney World.
Above, we see The Princess and the Frog, and below, Monsters Inc.
This next gondola features the Sugar Rush Racers from the Wreck-It Ralph franchise.
Taking it way back is Smee from the original classic Peter Pan.
You’ll see the air traffic if you visit Walt Disney World by car and drive down Buena Vista. It’s neat to sit in your car at a traffic light. The gondolas seem to move on and pass by while you wait.
I wonder when we will say, “We should have taken the Skyliner. It would have been faster.” or “We wouldn’t have been sitting in traffic if we had taken the Skyliner.”
Below is the turnaround station off Buena Vista at the Epcot Resorts Blvd on the Boardwalk side. If you aren’t familiar with the area, this picture was taken from the walkway to Disney’s Hollywood Studios from the Boardwalk. If you are traveling to or from Epcot on the gondola, this is where you will slow down and make a ninety-degree turn.
One of the most important things to know at Walt Disney World is using the complimentary transportation provided. Being up-to-date and familiar with the best way to get around the property will save you precious vacation time.
If you are interested in learning more about Disney transportation, you might enjoy the following:
- Disney World’s Monorail System
- Disney’s Friendship Boats Service
- The Magic Kingdom Ferry Guide
- Disney Springs Transportation Guide
- Resort Transportation at Disney World
Resorts Gal specializes in providing information specific to the Walt Disney World Resorts and the surrounding Orlando area. In addition, you might enjoy our list of the best off-site hotels close to Disney World. Some of them include:
- Waldorf Astoria at Bonnet Creek Review
- Wyndham Grand Orlando Review
- Signia Hilton Bonnet Creek Review
- Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Review
Or you may enjoy our guide to the best Marriotts Near Disney World for a few other options.
What Do You Think?
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