Due to the global pandemic, Disneyland Paris (like all of the other Disney theme parks around the world) shut down earlier this year, but then reopened in July. Eventually, however, COVID-19 numbers in France began increasing again, and the country went into lockdown, forcing Disneyland Paris to close temporarily once again at the end of October.
Disneyland Paris was set to reopen on from December 19th through January 3rd, but it seems recent regulations set by the French government have caused plans at this theme park to change.
Recently, French President Emmanuel Macron recently laid out a plan that will eventually end the lockdown in France. According to DLP Report, President Macron “has ruled out opening theme parks over the Christmas holidays.” So, it appears Disneyland Paris will reportedly not be able to open on December 19th as expected.
Disneyland Paris was initially supposed to reopen from December 19th through January 3rd, and then close again from January 4th through February 12th. As the resort will reportedly not be able to reopen on December 19th, DLP Report indicates that the resort will reopen on February 13th, 2021.
The Disneyland Paris website has not yet been updated to reflect any of this information. Instead, it continues to state that they will be taking reservations from December 19th through January 3rd in anticipation of celebrating the Christmas holiday season.
We will be keeping an eye on the Disneyland Paris website to see if we note any changes and we will update you when we do. Of course, all of this is subject to change in the future as the situation with the global pandemic evolves. We will keep you updated as we learn more.