Disneyland Paris To Open June 17 With Limited Capacity
Disney continues to re-open its parks globally.
Following the re-opening of Disneyland in Anaheim, California, Disney has announced that Disneyland Paris will open for business once again on June 17. It will re-open at a limited capacity and with other changes in place due to COVID-19.
During the time that Disneyland Paris was closed, grounds crew worked to create new "verdant spaces and well-manicured landscapes" throughout the park, Disney said. Attendees can also check out two brand-new attractions: Cars Road Trip and Disney's Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel. Check out more in the announcement video below.
Disneyland Paris' hotels will open "progressively" over time, Disney said. Disney's Newport Bay Club will kick things off on June 17, with Disney's Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel opening June 21; Disney's Hotel Cheyenne will follow on July 1, with Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch rounding things out on July 13. All of this is subject to change given the pandemic.
For those attending Disneyland Paris, you should expect to see some changes to the experience due to the pandemic, Disney said in a blog post.
"With the health and well-being of guests and cast members remaining a top priority, health and safety measures will be implemented throughout the resort in queues, attractions, shops, hotels, restaurants and other facilities, and will be reinforced in ride vehicles," Disney said. "This includes limited attendance and required advanced ticketing and reservations to support physical distancing, per government guidance. Before booking a reservation, guests are encouraged to visit disneylandparis.com for more information."
Disney World in Florida re-opened in July 2020, while Disneyland in Anaheim opened back up on April 30 this year.