If you’re planning to visit Disney World in June you might be wondering, “will anything be different when I go?” And the answer to that is “YES!” A Disney World hotel will be reopening, a popular ride will be going down for refurbishment, and a few other things will be changing. Today we’re breaking down our list of the 5 things that will be different in June to help you prepare for your upcoming trips!
At the “Happiest Place on Turf,” the new year has teed off with some discounts!
Walt Disney World Golf has been upping its game lately: we’ve seen some cool new technology, and classes for kids are on their way. And now, Disney Vacation Club members and Walt Disney World Resort guests can both enjoy special savings at Disney’s four golf courses: Disney’s Palm, Disney’s Magnolia, Disney’s Lake Buena Vista, and Disney’s Oak Trail.
There’s so much to see at Walt Disney World that it would take AGES to do everything!
With four theme parks, two water parks, a shopping and dining district, and more than 25 resorts, the Walt Disney World property can get pretty overwhelming! Outside of those things, there are also two mini golf courses, the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, and four full-size golf courses. Disney’s golf courses are top-notch, and if you’ve got a golfer in your life, you can book them private golf lessons at Disney World!
No surprise here, we’re sharing some more holiday-related news! This week, Disney has been releasing holiday updates like crazy, and we’re NOT complaining!
Some exciting holiday-related news has just come from Walt Disney World Golf! If you’re trying to find a gift for the golf-lover in your life, this may be for you!
We’ve seen Walt Disney World make a lot of changes in an effort to keep its guests as safe as possible. From requiring all guests to wear masks in its theme parks, to keeping things extra-clean and sanitized, a lot of changes have been made around the parks.
But it’s not just the theme parks that are working to keeping guests safe. Walt Disney World is also taking extra measures at its golf courses. Fore!
We expect Disney parks to remain closed until at least the end of the month to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in large groups, but we just confirmed that not all Walt Disney World facilities will be closed!