An Important Walt Disney World Update

As we plan for the reopening of our Disney Resort Hotels and Theme Parks, we are keeping the wellbeing of our Guests and Cast in mind. And we’re here to help you as we introduce new procedures focused on delivering an enjoyable and magical experience for everyone who visits. ‌

To manage attendance and foster physical distancing during this unprecedented time, we will be changing and suspending some Park experiences. In addition, we will also be introducing a new Theme Park reservation system.

Unfortunately, these new measures have required us to cancel any FastPass+ selections you may have made. We recognize the inconvenience this poses and we’re deeply sorry.‌

However, because you have valid Theme Park admission, you will have access to the Theme Park reservation system before new tickets are sold to other Guests. There’s nothing you need to do at this time. We’ll be contacting you soon with details on this new system. ‌

At this time, while systems update, we are temporarily suspending all modifications. However, you have the option of canceling your entire reservation.

We’re putting great thought into helping you return to the magic and appreciate your patience.‌

For more information, please visit disneyworld.com, call 407-W-DISNEY (934-7639), or contact your travel professional or Member Services.


SeaWorld proposes reopening parks June 10 with mandatory masks, temperature screenings

SeaWorld parks have been closed since March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Credit: SeaWorld in Orlando, Fla.Author: Chelsea Tatham Published: 11:02 AM EDT May 27, 2020Updated: 5:34 PM EDT May 27, 2020 

ORLANDO, Fla. — SeaWorld Entertainment just took its first steps to reopen its theme parks.

The company presented reopening plans Wednesday morning to the Orange County Task Force. Those plans include a proposed reopening date of June 10 for an employee appreciation day and then June 11 for a public reopening.

The date and protocol changes aren’t set in stone. The plans were approved by the task force and now head to Gov. Ron DeSantis for final approval.

Fellow theme park giant, Universal Orlando, presented reopening plans and had them approved by Demings and DeSantis last week. Universal is set to reopen June 5 with mandatory masks, temperature screenings, virtual lines and social distancing procedures for all.

The plans presented Wednesday morning include just the parks in Orlando: SeaWorld, Aquatica and Discovery Cove. SeaWorld Entertainment parks in other areas, including Busch Gardens in Tampa, will most likely have similar proposals but possibly different reopening dates.

Proposals to reopen Busch Gardens and Adventure Island in Tampa will have to be approved by Hillsborough County.


Plans Unveiled for the Phased Reopening of Walt Disney World Resort Theme Parks, Resort Hotels and Disney Stores

Wed, May 27, 2020

Thomas Smith

by Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Throughout these past few months, we’ve been touched by the outpouring of support from our guests and fans around the world who’ve shared their favorite Disney memories and even replicated their favorite attractions at home. Everyone who has ever visited a Disney theme park has their own special connection to these magical worlds and the amazing cast members who bring that magic to life.  

Following the recent reopening of Shanghai Disney Resort and Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort, we’re pleased to share that more Disney magic is coming back. Today, we submitted a proposal to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force in Florida describing our approach for a phased reopening of Walt Disney World Resort theme parks planned to begin on July 11. 

Pending Orange County and state approval, our Walt Disney World Resort proposal plans for Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom to begin a phased reopening to the general public on July 11, followed by EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15. In preparing to reopen during this unusual time, we have to manage our theme parks in a very different way from what we’ve known before. As we begin to reach out to our cast members and call them back to work, they will be focused on operating our parks in a responsible way that continues to give our guests opportunities to create magical Disney memories. 

This phased reopening will demonstrate a deliberate approach, with limits on attendance and controlled guest density that aligns with guidance on physical distancing. That means certain experiences we know draw large group gatherings – such as parades and nighttime spectaculars – will return at a later date. In addition, “high-touch” experiences such as makeover opportunities, playgrounds and character meet and greets will remain temporarily unavailable, but characters will still be in our parks to entertain and delight our guests. 

Because theme park capacity will be significantly limited as we welcome guests back to the magic, we will manage attendance through a new theme park reservation system that will require all guests to obtain a reservation for park entry in advance. At this time, we are temporarily pausing new ticket sales and Disney Resort hotel reservations so we can focus on guests with existing tickets and reservations (Disney Vacation Club members can still make new reservations). Existing ticket holders and Annual Passholders will be able to make reservation requests in phases before new tickets are sold; we’ll be reaching out to these guests soon to provide additional details. We will resume new ticket sales and hotel reservations after that period of time. Theme park reservations will be limited due to attendance limitations and will be subject to availability. More details about this new reservation system will be available soon.

Additionally, Disney Vacation Club resorts at Walt Disney World will reopen to members and guests and Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground will begin to reopen on June 22. Disney Vacation Club resorts in Vero Beach, Florida, and Hilton Head, South Carolina, will also open to members and guests starting on June 15. Plans to support required physical distancing as well as enhanced cleaning measures, along with a number of other safety and cleanliness protocols, will be implemented as part of this planned phased reopening. 

Today, our World of Disney retail shop reopened at our Disney Springs shopping and dining complex at Walt Disney World. And in the coming weeks, Disney stores will begin a phased reopening of operations globally, beginning with a select number of stores in the United States, in addition to stores in Europe and Japan. 

We’re looking forward to reopening our theme parks, Disney Resort hotels and stores and doing so in a responsible way. In this spirit, our destinations will continue to follow enhanced safety protocols based upon applicable guidance from health authorities and government agencies. As we all must work together to promote the health and safety of everyone, cast members as well as guests 3 years of age and older will be required to wear appropriate face coverings in theme parks and common areas of resort hotels. All guests will also undergo temperature screenings prior to entering a theme park; cast members will also have temperature checks. Cashless transactions are recommended, and cleaning and disinfection procedures will be increased in high-traffic areas. 

Additional information on enhanced health and safety measures and operational changes for reopening locations will be shared soon. These policies are under continuous review and are subject to change as we monitor conditions and receive guidance from health and government authorities. 

We’re being deliberate during these phased reopenings, and we’re encouraged by how our guests are responding at Shanghai Disney Resort and Disney Springs. We’re doing our part, and we need our guests to do their part, too, as we work together to focus on safety.


Universal Studios : We’re Getting Ready to Re-open

Universal Orlando Resort is opening to a limited capacity on June 5th.

We’re excited to announce that our gates are about to reopen. Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay will welcome guests beginning June 5th.This carefully managed reopening comes with stringent new health, safety and hygiene procedures in place. So, as we enjoy our parks and hotels together again, everyone will need to follow CDC guidelines and the recommendations of health officials, and Universal Orlando’s policies.
Everyone is required to wear a face covering during their visit.
Temperature checks will be required upon arrival, and guests with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or greater will not be admitted.
Practice social distancing and keep at least 6 feet (2 meters) between your travel party and others.
Wash your hands with soap and water often for at least 20 seconds.
Yes, there are more rules to follow now—but to play together, we also need to work together for the safety and health of all our guests and team members.Note that any public location where people are present provides an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit.

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Universal CityWalk reopens Thursday: Here are the safety measures visitors will go through

ORLANDO, Fla. – Visitors should expect some additional safety measures when Universal CityWalk reopens on Thursday.

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Universal officials say enhanced sanitization procedures and additional measures will be in place. This includes:

  • Everyone, both guests and team members, must wear face coverings. 
  • Temperature checks are required upon arrival and guests with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or greater will not be admitted.
  • Team members will also undergo temperature checks and wear face coverings. Those with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to park.
  • Wash hands often for at least 20 seconds.
  • Practice social distancing and keep at least six-feet of distance between other guests. Floor markings will be visible to promote social distancing. Capacity will also be limited at venues to help enforce social distancing. 
  • Cashless payments will be an option at all venues. You can even order food and drink options at participating restaurants with the Universal Orlando Resort app.
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick.

Select shopping and food options will be available with limited menus and seating capacities. 

Open venues will include: 

  • Auntie Anne’s Pretzels
  • Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.™ Restaurant & Market
  • Jimmy Buffett’s® Margaritaville® (outside seating and Lone Palm area only)
  • Red Oven Pizza Bakery
  • Voodoo Doughnut
  • Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company™ (retail only)
  • Universal Studios Store
  • Select merchandise carts as well as Hollywood Drive-In Golf.

Other venues, like Blue Man Group, all nightclubs, and Universal Cinemark, will remain closed. 

RELATED: Walt Disney World resorts now accepting reservations beginning in July

Universal CityWalk will be open every day from 4:00 p.m To 10:00 p.m. and there will be free self-parking. Valet will not be available.

RELATED: Disney Springs to reopen May 20: Here’s what will be required of visitors

Universal’s theme parks and hotels will be closed until at least May 31. 

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