But now, Tokyo Disneyland just announced they plan to start a phased reopening.
And while Disney World will begin reopening their parks beginning July 11th, Disneyland hadn’t announced their reopening date…until now.
Disneyland has canceled vacations through the end of May and is now taking reservations beginning July 1 (previously June 1). Since Disneyland is now taking reservations starting in July, they have extended their previously released special offer for the people who were affected by closures.
If you are missing the Disney Parks while they’re closed, raise your hand high (both of ours are up in the air)!
Since many of the parks are closed indefinitely, many federal guidelines have started to be implemented as a way for them to reopen. And, while there’s no certain timeline for when the Disney parks will be opening its gates (excluding Shanghai Disneyland) back up to guests, yesterday’s Walt Disney Company Fiscal Second Quarter 2020 Financial Results Conference Call gave us a few details about the state of the Walt Disney Company!
Theme parks all across Florida have been closed as a health and safety precaution (even though the Re-Open Florida Task Force has started to set guidelines for re-opening).
Although SeaWorld Orlando has been shut down indefinitely, they are looking ahead to see how they can make guests’ experiences better when they open again.
There have been A LOT of questions about when Disney World will be re-opening.
And, along with representatives from other theme parks, Josh D’Amaro has been working on the Re-Open Florida Task Force to determine the best protocols for opening up public spaces again. After the recent task force meeting, there were a lot of discussions surrounding the safest ways to provide access to cruise lines, restaurants, airports, and theme parks across the state.
Since Disney World extended its closure, we aren’t entirely sure when the parks will be reopening.
Currently, guests can make hotel and dining reservations in Disney World for June 1st and beyond. But what about guests with May vacations planned? Disney has slowly but surely been canceling guest reservations.
Toward the beginning of the current healthcare crisis, the NBA shut down its season and the Walt Disney Company shut down all of its theme parks in the interest of safety.
Our readers are extremely interested in any news coming from the Walt Disney Company at this time, hoping for clues into when they may be able take their long-awaited Disney theme park vacations. Today, a quote from Bob Iger, Disney’s former CEO and current Executive Chairman, to the Board of Governors of the NBA may give some insight into Disney’s current priorities.
Disney has had to make a lot of really tough decisions recently.
With all the Disney Parks being closed for the first time EVER, Disney is having to figure out the best way to keep moving forward right now. Although Bob Iger , Bob Chapek, and Rebecca Campbell have opened up about the state of the company, Josh D’Amaro is now giving us some insight into Disney World’s situation.
Who’s having MAJOR Disney Parks withdrawal right now?? Us, for sure!
Although Disney World is closed, we’ve been building our own homemade attractions, creating some crazy Minnie Ears, and watching how the Disney Parks were made. And, now we’re taking you INSIDE an empty Disney World that you’ve probably never seen before.