Disney World has proposed to reopen its parks, starting on July 11th with Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom and July 15th with EPCOT and Hollywood Studios.
As Disney fans hold their breath in anticipation for Governor DeSantis' official go-ahead to reopen The Happiest Place on Earth, some changes to the official announcement have already been made.
The Walt Disney World website has a page dedicated to reopening information.
This phased reopening will demonstrate a deliberate approach, with limits on attendance and controlled guest density that aligns with guidance on physical distancing. Every guest will need a reservation time, and entry will not be given to guests who just show up to the parks without a reservation, even if they have tickets.
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Existing ticket holders and Annual Passholders will be able to make reservations before new tickets are sold. More details about this new reservation system will be available soon. In addition, "high-touch" experiences such as makeover opportunities, playgrounds and character meet and greets will remain temporarily unavailable, but characters will still be in our parks to entertain and delight our guests. Additionally, Disney did not outline any plans to reopen Disney Resort Hotels on Wednesday, but Disney Vacation Club properties at Walt Disney World and Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground will begin reopening on June 22.
With Walt Disney World planning to reopen its parks beginning July 11, there's much to know about significant changes guests will experience in the coming months.