We’re not super surprised that everyone is eager to get into Hollywood Studios. After all, with limited capacities, you might think it would be simpler than ever to get your chance to ride Rise of the Resistance in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. We took a spin on this mega-high-demand attraction today and there have DEFINITELY been some changes. Take a look!
This is a big week for Disney fans as Walt Disney World is preparing for its phased reopening of the Resort’s four theme parks which begins this Saturday, July 11th with Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, followed by EPCOT and Hollywood Studios on July 15th.
One big topic we’ve been exploring is what getting around the property will look like. We’ve taken a look at buses with the recent reopening of select Resort hotels, but what will it be like to ride the Disney Skyliner, the boats, and (of course) the Monorail? Well, we took our first cruise on a reopened Monorail today (with thanks to a friend who invited us to a Cast Member preview which is currently taking place) and we’re here to tell you what it was like!
We’ve been exploring what a reopened Disney Springs is like for a few weeks now.
With new health measures, requirements, and capacity limitations; things have definitely changed in Disney World. The reopening of the theme parks is on the horizon, so we’re taking a look back at what our first steps back in Disney mean. Here’s everything we’ve learned from two weeks in a reopened Disney World!
Disney World recently announced its reopening plans, and while that’s exciting for many guests who can’t wait to get back into the parks, it does have its concerning aspects.
The global health crisis has caused some major changes to the offerings in the parks. We’re sure a lot of you are worried that Disney World is going to be disappointing once it reopens. Let’s take a look at some of the things that are concerning guests.
With the global health crisis changing the way that people think about public safety, a lot of industries are changing the way they do things.
One of the affected industries has been air travel. Now, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is reworking how it screens passengers.
We spent the day exploring a newly reopened Disney Springs and there were some changes to the complex in general.
We were especially interested in what changes there were to dining. We’re not going to lie to you, we had a bunch of lunches today, but we did come back with a lot of knowledge about how third-party Disney Springs restaurants are instituting new health measures. Let’s take a look at what we learned at Frontera Cocina — and what we ATE.
We’re at Disney Springs today as it reopens for the first time since it closed alongside the Disney parks back in March. Oh, look! Mickey balloons!
Though the Disney World parks remain closed, we’re getting to experience a taste of all of the new procedures in Disney Springs today. By now, you’ve probably realized a big piece of what that looks like is everybody is now wearing face masks!
The Disney parks have been closed for over a month now. As experts attempt to predict a peak and path for the global health crisis, we’re starting to wonder what a reopening of the Disney parks might look like.
There are two MAJOR concerns when it comes to reopening the parks. The first is the safety of all guests, Cast Members, the surrounding communities, and beyond. On top of that, Disney’s financial situation has suffered considerably, so bringing money back in could be a driving factor surrounding when and how Disney can reopen.
The Re-Open Florida Task Force has been meeting this week to determine the best protocols to recommend to the different business sectors in the state.
Today, one of the discussion topics was the best ways to reopen restaurants (which has been discussed in previous meetings) for small-businesses, chains, and beyond. We’re wondering how we might see these recommendations take effect for dining in Disney World. So, here are some of the protocols that were suggested during today’s Task Force meeting!
The state of Florida has recently put together a task force charged with brainstorming and orchestrating the reopening of the state as the global health crisis improves.
The task force, which includes Disney World President Josh D’Amaro, met today to discuss what sort of health measures may be necessary for industries throughout the state — including the Orlando theme parks. Though Disney did not speak at the meeting, Universal Orlando brought up several possibilities that their teams have been looking at to keep guests and employees safe.