SeaWorld pitched their June 11th reopening date the same day that Disney World announced theirs.
Since then, SeaWorld’s reopening has been approved and they are beginning to move towards the reopening of SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando, and Discovery Cove a week from today. Now, they’ve announced that the parks will require reservations and they’ve launched a new safety webpage for each of the parks.
The new safety websites for the three parks help to detail information about the health measures and operational changes that will be implemented in the parks like cleaning and sanitizing, physical distancing, face-covering requirements, and information on temperature screenings.
The company also announced that all of the reopening theme parks will require advance online reservations. Guests will be required to make a reservation on the individual reservation pages for the parks (SeaWorld, Aquatica, and Discovery Cove). Reservations will be required for entry so as to limit compacity in the parks. You can make reservations starting at 10AM ET on June 8th.
Disney World will be requiring a reservation to enter the parks as well. At this time, Universal Orlando will NOT require a reservation to enter their theme parks, but they will be operating at a limited capacity. We will see what processes they implement once the parks hit capacity when they reopen to the public tomorrow.
We will continue to report in on the updates on Florida theme parks to get an idea of what we can expect in Disney World. Follow along with DFB for all the latest news!
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