The most magical (and safe?) place on earth!
If you miss the parks, we may be able to return soon under new safety restrictions.
This week, Disneyland gave a glimpse of what the resort will look like when it finally opens after closing for months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
An update to the official Disneyland site stated a date to welcome back guests to any part of the resort has not yet been established, but some clues were offered as to what visitors should expect when the times comes.
The message reads:
Upon reopening, certain Disneyland Resort theme parks, restaurants and other locations may be limited in capacity and restricted to availability or even closed based on guidance from health experts and government officials. Furthermore, certain attractions, experiences, services and amenities will be modified, have limited availability or remain closed. Park admission and offerings are not guaranteed.
Most likely all guests will also be required to wear masks and have their temperature checked before admission into the resort.
There were no details about what possible rides or attractions might remain closed. Disney said it will provide information as it becomes available.
There is also no official work about any part of the Anaheim park reopening. However, the Disneyland website is still allowing hotel bookings for as soon as July.