We haven’t been able to step inside Disneyland Park for quite a few months now.
We wish Elsa could “tell the guards to open up the gates!” But alas, we’ve only been able to stare longingly at the park from afar for now. On our last visit, however, we noticed something new had been placed near the park’s entrance!
We’ve seen some changes made recently that could mean we’re closing to seeing Disneyland reopen, but we still haven’t received any official word in terms of an opening date. As we walked past the park today though — aside from the crazy amount of smoke — we noticed something new. There were new “Health and Safety Reminders” signs posted in front of Disneyland.
The sign describes several activities that should be done for your safety and for the safety of other guests and Cast Members — namely, wear a face covering, maintain social distance, wash your hands often, and cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze.
We also saw the same signs were up near Disney California Adventure Park.
They contained the same message as the ones we saw in front of Disneyland.
We’ve also seen these signs around Disney World since the reopening.
Does the addition of this new signage indicate that the Disneyland Resort theme parks are one step closer to having guests enter their gates? It’s possible. New Disneyland Resort hotel reservations are currently available for arrivals starting October 1, although reservations have had to be cancelled in the past. California’s Governor has also indicated that negotiations with theme parks are “open ended.”
We’ll keep stopping by Disneyland Resort to see if we can spot anything new, and we’ll keep an eye out for more Disneyland news. Be sure to come back for all the latest updates!
Click here to check out some awesome fans we found in Disneyland (there’s even one featuring Orange Bird)!
Do you have a trip to Disneyland scheduled for later this year? Let us know all about it in the comments!