And while we’ll be updating this post throughout the day, we want to show you what the crowds were like bright and early this morning! Let’s grab a cup of coffee and scope out the scene.
Some days are busier than others at the recently reopened Disney Springs, and today Walt Disney World’s shopping district is on the heavier side with crowds!
As a part of new health and safety measures, stores are limiting capacity. And on a day like today when Disney Springs is quite busy, that means lines.
While most of us are just regular people who like to enjoy a nice time at Disney World to relax and unwind, there is another group of super-human athletes that come to Disney to COMPETE!
We’re talking about football players and cheer squads (along with their entourages!) which can sometimes flood Disney World Resort with THOUSANDS of peppy peeps!
Now that Disney World has announced it plans on reopening Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom on July 11th along with Epcot and Hollywood Studios on July 15th, we also know some of the modifications the parks are planning on implementing.
According to Disney’s reopening proposal which took place this morning, Disney World’s theme parks will temporarily suspend its parades, fireworks displays, or character meet-and-greets upon reopening.
Here’s the info you need to maximize the magic on your February trip to Disney World!
By February, many of us are feeling the winter blues. And a Disney World vacation can be the perfect cure! But before you start planning, you need to BE PREPARED — Scar might be a Disney villain, but that’s a solid piece of advice that we’re going to borrow! Here are all the deets you need to know in order to set yourself up for a fabulous February vacay!
While last year we helped you answer, “Should I even go to Disney World with all this construction?” Now we’re asking the same question for a much different reason.
That’s right, friends! Remember all the waaay back to 2019 when our biggest concerns were whether or not Cinderella Castle would remain uncovered during its refurb?? Those were much SIMPLER times!
The recent closure of the Disney parks is a pretty unprecedented situation. But what exactly does a multi-week park closure mean for the rest of the year in Disney World?
Thousands and thousands of people just had their Disney vacations canceled out of nowhere which, as you can imagine, is a major bummer for many. Well, it’s only right that all of those people get another chance on their trip once they reschedule! So, if all those affected are coming back later in the year, we can expect to see some changes to crowd levels. Read on to find out what you may be able to expect for the rest of 2020 when it comes to crowds in Disney World!
But today, many of the Disney Springs shops and restaurants have remained open. Here’s a look at how Disney World’s entertainment district looked today around lunchtime.
Walt Disney World is currently preparing for a temporary park closure beginning Monday, March 16th as a precaution due to the coronavirus outbreak.
At press time, Disney Resort hotels and Disney Springs are set to remain open during the park closure, but some services will still be affected. So far, a few stores at Disney Springs have announced that they will be closed and House of Blues has cancelled several scheduled events. But we are getting a final dose of magic and checking out the crowds on the last day before the closure!
With so much uncertainty in the world right now centered around the Coronavirus, you may be asking yourself, “I wonder what the crowds are like at Disney World?”
Well since we’re at the parks every day, we’ll take you around and show you how things are looking today at Disney World!