Disney World will reopen its gates, ending a multi-month closure of the park that left the Walt Disney Company reeling.The Disney theme park, which employs some 70,000 people, plans to begin a phased reopening on July 11 for its Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom parks and July 15 for EPCOT and Hollywood Studios, the company said on Wednesday.Walt Disney World as well as Disney's Disneyland resort in Anaheim, California, closed in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic.Disney is implementing several measures to reopen safely and prevent the spread of the coronavirus at its parks Employees and guests will be required to wear face coverings and undergo temperature screenings before entering the parks.Disney will reduce capacity at the parks and the resort will temporarily suspend parades, fireworks
This coming Wednesday, May 20 will be a great first step in the phased reopening of Walt Disney World Resort® as Disney Springs begins its initial reopening that morning. With the safety and well-being of its Guests, Cast Members and third-party operators at the forefront Walt Disney World will began to welcome the public back to Disney Springs. While the theme parks and resort hotels remain temporarily closed, the phased reopening of Disney Springs is a welcome milestone as we navigate through this unprecedented time. Many third-party operators will open their doors to Disney Springs Guests. On May 27, three Disney-owned and -operated stores and venues will reopen: World of Disney, D-Luxe Burger (mobile order) and the Marketplace Co-Op. You can visit DisneySprings.com/reopening for the most current information on
Simple secrets, hacks, and tips you don't want to pass up! Hey guys, it’s almost Mardi Gras! In the great state of Louisiana,and it is always go big or go home. So, what if you are not into the going big part ? I know, I know, I sound a bit ungrateful, because people actually pay good money to visit Louisiana at this festive time. I, on the other hand, can do without the big crowds, barricades, sometimes unfavorable news reports, and parade memorabilia. I know others who would agree. For many people in Louisiana, this is like an extra vacation week. Some schools actually let the kids out for an entire week, other schools are out only Monday through Wednesday.