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People rarely enjoy seeing an attraction close at theme parks. If a ride or show you loved goes away, it can be frustrating to lose that thing you did every time you visited. But even if the attraction wasn’t on your “must do” list, there’s likely still a minor feeling of sadness when something that has just always been there goes away. Such is now the case with the Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade which may be about to fire its last.

The Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade really has been there from the beginning. It was a day one attraction when Walt Disney World and Magic Kingdom opened 50 years ago. The attraction only recently reopened to guests as part of the 50th anniversary celebration, and when it did, it did so without the additional fee that had been attached; the Shootin Arcade was free to all guests.

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