NEWS: Disney Releases a Statement Regarding Reservation Modifications and Ongoing Closures

Although Shanghai Disneyland and Disney Springs have reopened, there are still questions surrounding when Disneyland and Disney World will be greeting guests again.

Disney Springs

Yesterday, Universal Orlando proposed a June 1st reopening date for their own theme parks, but Disney World has yet to make any comment on their own opening timeline.

While Disney World is set to present its reopening plan and date next week, today, Disney made a statement on how things may change in the parks.


Although Disneyland and Disney World both have reservations available starting July 1st, there hasn’t been confirmation that this will be their re-opening date. Disney stated that timing may continue to shift, depending on the situation at hand.


Disney also stated that there may have to be “real-time adjustments to booked experiences, park tickets, and park passes” when the parks reopen to the public.

Sleeping Beauty Castle

We will keep you updated on any news of Disney World’s reopening plan and date during the meeting next week!

Take a look at the 5 things that surprised us when we visited Disney Springs here!

Do you have a Disney trip planned for 2020? Let us know in the comments below!

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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6 Replies to “NEWS: Disney Releases a Statement Regarding Reservation Modifications and Ongoing Closures”

  1. We have a trip booked the end of September, but even if WDW opens, don’t know if I relish the idea of walking around in hot humid weather with a mask on even though I know it’s needed.

  2. We have a trip for June 20-29, 2020 Doesn’t look to promising though. But a couple of months ago booked a backup for Aug 15-23,2020 but if everything is still limited on openings,and shows, dinners, and of course attractions then we’ll be re-booking for next year. We have been there numerous times, but I want to enjoy my vacation so I can wait.

  3. We had a trip booked for June 11th-15th. We recently changed it to August 3rd-7th. We also have a trip booked over Halloween. Here’s to hoping!

  4. I had a Disneyland trip planned for July 3-7. I’ve pushed it back to August 1-5, but am waiting to see what happens. My main reason for going was to see Magic Happens, so if they’re not having entertainment, that will push it back even further.