You’re finally going to be able to go to Disneyland again!
The Happiest Place on Earth will be re-opening next month.
BREAKING: #Disneyland and California Adventure plan to reopen on July 17 with limited capacity. Downtown Disney District plans to reopen on July 9. Details: https://t.co/SlkGfMVqkh pic.twitter.com/1MO2AhbTuj
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) June 10, 2020
According to CNN, both the main park, as well as Disney’s California Adventure have a tentative re-opening date scheduled for July 17th.
They also announced both Disney Paradise Pier and the Grand Californian Hotel are planning for a July 23rd re-open date.
Both of these dates are subject to change based on state and local recommendations.
While details surrounding the opening plan are still unknown, the park said it plans to abide by all of California’s Social Distancing guidelines.
For one, you’ll need to make reservations ahead of time.
Even if you have a season pass.
This includes mandatory temperature checks before setting foot in the park, mandating guests wear masks on Disney grounds, and limiting crowd and line sizes.
The park will also be temporarily suspending fireworks shows, parades, and other events.
Disneyland has been closed since March 13th amid growing concerns over the Coronavirus pandemic.
Now that the state is beginning to move into Phase 2 of its’ reopening plan…
Theme parks, restaurants, and other event spaces will start up again.