Disney World is looking a little different these days. Here is everything you need to know about visiting the Magic Kingdom during COVID.
If you are planning on visiting this (or any) park, you will need to make a park reservation. In order to do this you will need the following:
Reservations are made on the My Disney Experience website.
To read the full article on park reservations click here.
New measures have been implemented across Walt Disney World parks to promote health and hygiene, including:
There will be Cast Members at the parks helping guests stay safe and follow these safety measures while at the parks.
FastPass+ will not be used during this time, so all rides will be standby only. And you can expect rides to not run at capacity so that guests can be spaced out. Also expect social distancing markers in the ride queues.
Also know that Rise of the Resistance will NOT be using the virtual boarding pass system that was used before the parks closure.
While Disney has made it clear that you will not be able to experience the typical parades, fireworks, or character meets, they do have several entertainment options available. Here is what you can expect:
These shows and character cavalcades (think of a smaller parade that Disney might use when the regular parade is rained out) sound like they will be more of a fun pop up experience. This should make for fewer crowds so that distancing can be achieved by all guests.
Shops at Disney World will be open during this time. Masks will not be required in stores, but if you are unvaccinated Disney asks that you please still wear a mask. Contact payment options are available, and preferred.
If you head to Magic Kingdom photopass photographers will be available, but with a few changes:
If this experience doesn't sound like what you were planning, and you want to cancel or change your trip, you can find full cancellation information here.
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