Disneyland Resort reopened in April after being closed for over 400 days.
We’ve recently seen that MORE things will be reopening at Disneyland, like several popular dining locations, and now, masks will no longer be required outdoors and indoors for vaccinated guests starting June 15th. The new policy comes on the same day Disneyland is ending temperature checks and welcoming out-of-state guests for the first time. And now, Disneyland has announced another reopening that should help with increased demand.
The Toy Story Parking Lot will reopen on June 18th!
Right now, only the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure and the Pixar Pals Parking Structure is available for the theme parks and the Simba Parking Lot is available if you’re visiting Downtown Disney.
With the new Avengers Campus now open in Disney’s California Adventure, as well as the ability for people from other states to visit the parks, the reopening of the parking lot should help alleviate the higher demand to visit the theme parks now.
While masks will not be required in many areas of Disneyland now, Disney has said that ALL guests (age 2 and up) will be required to wear face coverings on the bus transportation from the parking lots to the theme parks, regardless of vaccination status.
Just remember, you will still need a theme park ticket as well as a reservation to get into both parks. Stay tuned to DFB for the latest Disneyland updates!
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