The current situation has had an immense impact on people across the globe. And even though Disney is a major company, they haven’t been immune to the effects. All of the Disney parks are currently closed, Disney Cruise Line sailings are halted until at least April 28th, and many other arms of the Walt Disney Company face an uncertain future. With a huge section of their business impacted, Disney has some hard decisions to make about how to move forward.
With the Disney World closures currently extending “until further notice,” a lot of Disney trips are being canceled automatically by the company or by the families who were supposed to be going on them.
All those canceled trips mean that for many of us, we’re having to reschedule our perfect Disney vacations. That can be a pretty big bummer considering planning a Disney trip is NO JOKE.
So, if you’re stuck having to reschedule and rework all of your plans, we want to make sure that everything goes as smoothly as possible for you. Here are 5 BIG mistakes you don’t want to make when rescheduling your Disney trip!
With the current closures in Walt Disney World, the property is primarily empty — even most Cast Members are having to stay away.
But some essential Cast Members remain in Disney World to keep things in working order, and last night they had a sweet and visible message to send out to their fellow Cast.
Life can feel extra challenging these days. Luckily we have Disney to spread some magic no matter where we are in the world!
We found 5 different ways Disney has been bringing us joy these days, and we wanted to share them with you today! We hope they bring a smile to you and your family!
We will update this post as we get more information.
On March 27th, Disney World announced that the parks would remain closed “until further notice.”
While we don’t have any official word from Disney on a projected reopening date for the parks, we did notice something interesting on the reservations site. This might give us a clue about Disney’s current thinking on the timeline for reopening.
Disney World is currently in the midst of the lengthiest closure in its history and things could look a LOT different when the theme parks reopen.
Today, we’re taking a look at what the current situation means for the future of Disney World. Will things really change? (Yes.) How much? (Hmm…) Nothing’s certain yet, but we can get an idea of where we’re headed by taking a look at history and similar situations — even some very recent ones.
Oh Mickey, how we miss you! We’re now in our second week of Disney World and Disneyland being closed, and we’re having some serious Disney withdrawals.
Currently, people have trips to Disney booked for early April. Our number one and two questions from our readers, viewers, and followers is “When will Disney World reopen?” and “Should I cancel my Disney World trip?”
But Disney has been particularly quiet regarding the status of the park closures and any potential extensions.
Based on the Disney Parks worldwide timeline and the current local government mandates in California and Florida, it seems unlikely that the domestic Disney parks will open anytime soon. But when can we expect Disney World and Disneyland to give us the word on a reopening date…or at least a closure extension?
Let’s look at recent events to see if we can break it down.
There’s lots of uncertainty over exactly when Disney World will reopen following its historic closure last week.
As of this writing, both Disney World and Disneyland announced that their parks would be closed through the end of the month, implying that the parks could reopen on April 1, 2020.
However, due to the continuing headlines about government-mandated closures of public institutions like restaurants and bars, bans on gatherings, and strong recommendations of social distancing, questions are being raised over whether the parks really will open on April 1st.
While we don’t have the definitive answer, we can look to the closure timeline of Disney’s parks both domestic and worldwide. There may be some clues!
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!