Disney Springs is set to have a phased re-opening of its third-party stores and restaurants on May 20th with Disney-owned locations following on May 27th.
Ever since the parks first closed, we have been trying to imagine the impact the closures will have on a powerhouse like Disney.
We’ve seen execs taking pay cuts, Cast Members being furloughed, the company taking on new debt, and even purchasing a new parcel of land. To those of us on the outside, it appears as though Disney has been thoughtfully planning their moves not only to protect themselves financially but to ensure a future for the parks we love. Former Disney CEO, Bob Iger, spoke to how the latest events have impacted the company’s vision moving forward in a recent interview with Barron’s.
When you’re packing for your next trip to Disney World, there are some things you might want to leave at home!
Disney is notorious for going the extra mile to make guests happy. But that doesn’t mean you’ll never hear the word “no” in Disney World! There are several things that Disney has BANNED from the parks. You won’t get these things through the gates no matter how much you sweet-talk security!
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!