If the Lime and Orange Garages are feeling a little too hectic for you though, you may want to check if this other spot is open.
On May 20th, Disney Springs began a phased reopening. And we’ve been there every step of the way to see how each business has been adapting to the changes.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, things look a little different in Disney’s dining, retail, and entertainment district. Prior to the reopening, Disney detailed that guests could expect to see some logistical changes with limited parking, temperature screenings, required face coverings, physical distancing, and more. Let’s take a look at what it’s like to be back in Disney Springs with all of these new protocols!
CityWalk at Universal Orlando began a phased reopening on May 14th, and we were there to report back.
There were a number of new health and safety measures implemented including temperature checks, limited hours, and social distancing protocols. Overall, we thought the reopening of CityWalk went pretty smoothly, but there were a few things that we hope NOT to see when Disney Springs begins its own phased reopening on May 20th.
Let’s check ’em out.
Disney Springs is set to have a phased re-opening of its third-party stores and restaurants on May 20th with Disney-owned locations following on May 27th.
If you have visited Disney Springs lately, you may have noticed construction taking place in order to build another parking garage to accommodate visitors to Disney World’s shopping, dining, and entertainment district.
The construction has been going on for some time now, causing traffic in the Disney Springs area.