Disney describes plan to reopen its 4 Florida theme parks


As coronavirus case Spike in the Sunshine State, Disney has announced plans to reopen its theme parks in Florida. Disney has declared that its Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, the theme parks of Walt Disney Resort in Florida will gradually begin reopening on July 11 and its Epcot and Hollywood Studios parks will reopen on July 15.Visitors will have their temperature controlled before entry and everyone 2 years and older will be required to wear face covers in all areas, the company said. Anyone with a temperature above 100.4 ° will not be allowed in the park, nor anyone in the group person.

Disney said to maintain social distance, some attractions at “The Most Magical Place on Earth” will be temporarily suspended in the first reopening, including spectacular night parades, characters, greetings and playgrounds. You can still meet Disney characters and performers, but in a way that takes health guidelines into account. Visiting more than one of four parks a day, known as a “jump park,” is not allowed, Disney said.

On Friday, the company said that a new Disney Park Pass system to better manage attendance and provide customers with an annual ticket or pass means to plan ahead of their arrival. “Visitors may be required to make an advance reservation for each entrance to the park,” Disney said.

” [T]here will be a lot of magic for all tastes when Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park open, “Disney said in a blog post.

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On the weekends, Disney detailed the various attractions families can enjoy when the parks reopen next month. For example, the Seven Dwarfs by Mine Train, Mountain Space and Pirates of the Caribbean reopen at Magic Kingdom Park, while the Kilimanjaro Safaris, Everest Expedition – The Legend of the Forbidden Mountain and the Flying Flight Avatar will be reopened at Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park.


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