Disney World: no turns left to go to the parks next week

Disneyland Park Announces Reopening Date

The Walt Disney World Resort in Florida has no availability at all four of its theme parks next week and has limited availability the rest of the month at some of the parks, the reservations website shows.

From March 13-19, Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios are showing no availability for those seeking only theme park tickets or resort guests seeking tickets.

According to the website, it can be booked for some parks in the last days of March. During this month many educational centers in the United States have their spring break.

The earliest date available for the Magic Kingdom is April 10, according to the reservation site.

As of Wednesday morning, the four parks showed simultaneous availability from April 11 through the summer.

The requirements to visit the Disney World parks

Due to covid-19 restrictions, to enter a Disney theme park you need to have a reservation for the park and a valid ticket for each day you want to visit it. The parks are allowing a limited number of visitors to enter.

All people from 2 years of age must wear a mask. In addition, to enter some places you must also go through temperature controls.

The surge in demand at Disney World in Florida, which reopened in July, coincides with the news about the reopening of Disneyland in Southern California.

Bob Chapek, Disney chief executive, said Tuesday that Disneyland is expected to reopen “in late April.”

The CEO said the company will recall more than 10,000 workers who had been temporarily laid off. Employees will have to retrain to meet the requirements of the state of California for COVID-19. The exact date of the Disneyland opening will be announced in the coming weeks, he said.

Citizen Free Press’s Cheri Mossburg contributed to this report.

Melissa Galbraith
Melissa Galbraith is the World News reporter for Globe Live Media. She covers all the major events happening around the World. From Europe to Americas, from Asia to Antarctica, Melissa covers it all. Never miss another Major World Event by bookmarking her author page right here.