We’ve got our eyes on Disney World’s reopening, but other Orlando parks are opening too.
SeaWorld Orlando recently announced its upcoming reopening for June 11th — that’s TOMORROW! Now, their gearing up for the return of guests with some changes to procedures and an all-new guest reservation system for the theme parks. We noticed that the system seemed to point to SeaWorld being open five days a week and the company just confirmed — noting some capacity changes, too!
SeaWorld’s interim CEO Marc Swanson noted that the parks would be open at 30% capacity for only five days a week, according to Orlando Sentinel. The closed days of the week are to help give team members more time to keep everything cleaned and sanitized. Select parks are open select days of the week. You can read more about that here.
We’ve seen capacity limitations in place at many reopening theme parks including Shanghai Disneyland and Universal Orlando, so it makes sense that SeaWorld is doing the same. Swanson maintains that between the limited attendance and health measures, the parks are completely safe.
You can learn more about the new health protocols at SeaWorld in their reopening proposal. We’ll be reporting in from the reopened park tomorrow, so make sure to tune in to see how that limited capacity works!
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