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Clients can return to the most magical place on Earth when Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom reopen on July 11, followed by Epcot and Hollywood Studios on July 15. Here’s what visitors can expect under Disney’s new normal.
Walt Disney World has released additional information about its new reservation system. Learn more on the Disney Parks Blog.
What’s Added?- Attendance: A new reservation system will manage capacity. Reservations are limited and subject to availability. To enter a park, clients must have both a reservation and valid admission ticket for the same park on the same date (hotel reservations don’t guarantee admission).
- Face Coverings: Masks are required for all guests ages 2 and up.
- Temperature Screening: Guests with temperatures of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit and above (as well as everyone in their party) will not be admitted.
What’s Out?- New Ticket Sales: All ticket purchases are paused to allow existing ticket holders and Annual Passholders to make reservation requests.
- New Hotel Bookings: Accommodation reservations are paused until existing reservations are addressed.
- FastPass+: The FastPass+ program has been suspended to allow for greater physical distancing in queues. Existing FastPass+ selections will be canceled.
- Special Experiences: Guests will not see any parades, fireworks, shows or meet-and-greets. Makeover sessions, playgrounds and Extra Magic Hours are also unavailable.
What Else Has Changed?- Dining: Restaurants will have limited capacity or may remain closed; character dining is suspended (except a modified experience at Topolino’s Terrace); and existing dining reservations and experience bookings, including all Disney dining plans, are canceled.
- Booking Windows: The booking window for new dining reservations has been reduced to 60 days before arrival. (disneyworld.disney.go.com)
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