Have you been to a galaxy far, far away lately?
What’s a trip to Disney World without stopping in at the Magic Kingdom?
We’ve made a few visits to Disney’s flagship park over the past few days and now we’re bringing you an update on everything NEW in construction and merchandise! Let’s dive in!
A LOT has changed in Disney World lately!
On Friday, Disney announced that face masks would no longer be required in outdoor areas (with a few exceptions). We’ve seen plexiglass start to disappear on certain attractions, and some shows have reduced physical distancing, but now one of the most popular rides in all of Disney World is seeing some changes!
A number of changes to the health and safety procedures have been implemented in Disney World this weekend.
There are lots of ways that social distancing is encouraged and enforced in Disney World: from signage to barriers and more. There have been some changes in distancing measures over the past year. So, what does social distancing look like in Disney World now?
Hello from EPCOT!
Our DFB reporters are constantly visiting all the Disney World theme parks to see what’s new and bring you all the latest updates. During a recent trip to EPCOT we discovered some UNIQUE chip flavors (Texas Grilled BBQ chips anyone?), got a look at some EPCOT construction updates, and found that a part of an attraction that had been REMOVED is back! Ready to go on a virtual trip to EPCOT with us to see what’s new? Alright then! Let’s go!
We’re sharing all the important details with you about the historic reopening of Disneyland Resort.
Prior to its reopening, a list of all the rides that would be available to guests was revealed. Now, with social distancing guidelines in place, we’re giving you a look at how ride queues are operating in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure right now.
Since reopening, Disney World has implemented several health and safety measures to keep guests and Cast Members safe.
Not only are there face masks and social distancing markers, but many attraction and shops have received a plexiglass makeover. Many rides have gotten a plexiglass makeover in the queues, the loading area, and the attraction vehicles themselves, and today we noticed that more plexiglass has been added to an attraction in Disney’s Animal Kingdom!