The global health crisis has rocked the world for almost the entirety of 2020 so far. This year, every single Disney theme park around the world has had to close, and it’s been a slow road to reopen them.
There’s a new way to wait for your favorite attractions coming soon to Disneyland Paris.
You may remember when Shanghai Disneyland implemented the new Disney Standby Pass shortly after reopening to help with physical distancing. Now, Disneyland Paris is following suit as the Virtual Queue Disney Standby Pass arrives in the European parks next month.
We’ve been hard at work scoping out all the latest news for you this week. Today we have all the details on the reopening of all the Disney World theme parks and MORE!
See all of our coverage on Disney park closures and reopenings HERE. We still have a LOT to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in… .
Disney shared the news of today’s opening of the Disneyland Paris theme park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney Village, and Disney’s Newport Bay Club Hotel.
Disney parks around the world are beginning to reopen.
Opening the same week as Walt Disney World, Disneyland Paris will begin a gradual reopening on July 15th — but that’s not the only result of getting back to business. Construction has also resumed in the park on several highly-anticipated upcoming attractions, like the Marvel Hotel! Check it out.
This morning, Disney announced the reopening of the premiere European Disney resort at Disneyland Paris. We’ll be strolling by Sleeping Beauty Castle again on July 15th, but in the meantime, we’re taking a look at some of the health and safety measures we can expect when we head back into Disneyland Paris.
The Disney Parks have slowly started to re-open around the world.
While Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland have reopened to guests, Walt Disney World theme parks will be welcoming guests again on July 11th and July 15th (and Disneyland Resort has a proposed reopening timeline as well). Although Tokyo Disneyland has yet to announce its re-opening timeline, Disneyland Paris will be opening back up to guests soon!