Disney World Theme Park Hours Reduced at Reopening

Disney World Theme Park Hours Reduced at Reopening

Disney World Theme Park Hours Reduced at Reopening

Paddlefish has already let us know that the tables inside have been moved to be adequately separated and, like with the rest of Disney Springs, face masks are a mandatory requirement for all guests.

Walt Disney World will be the last of the Central Florida theme parks to reopen, with Universal beginning on June 5 and Sea World on June 11. 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.

The Walt Disney World website has a page dedicated to reopening information. As part of reopening guidelines, there will be a limit on attendance. That means certain experiences we know draw large group gatherings - such as parades and nighttime spectaculars - will return at a later date.

In addition, FastPass+ and Extra Magic Hours will be suspended for the time being.

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On Thursday, however, Disney announced that no new park reservations could be made. Disney has also paused new ticket sales to the park. Every guest will need a reservation time, and entry will not be given to guests who just show up to the parks without a reservation, even if they have tickets. Theme park reservations will be limited due to attendance limitations and will be subject to availability. Additional details will be shared with these Guests soon.

Disney's Vero Beach resort will reopen June 15 with social distancing practices and increased cleaning measures, officials said. Be sure to follow Doctor Disney on Twitter and Instagram as well.

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