Check Out Disney World’s New Signage That Will Be Present When Theme Parks Reopen!

Disney World announced a proposal today for reopening their theme parks in July. The proposal included a phased reopening, beginning with Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom’s on July 11th, followed up by EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15th.


When guests re-enter the parks for the first time since mid-March, they will notice new signage that will remind them of the new health and safety procedures in place.

We were able to preview the signage at the May 27th Orange County Task Force presentation. The new signage will begin before guests enter the park, where guests will be required to undergo a temperature screening. At that time, guests will also be required to have a face covering on and to maintain physical distancing.

Photo Credit: Disney

Once in the parks, signs included general health and safety reminders, like the required face coverings for guests and Cast Members, and to maintain physical distancing. Other signs encourage guests to use Mobile Order and cashless payments whenever possible.

Photo credit: Disney

Some examples of this signage is already present in Disney Springs, where World of Disney reopened on May 27th.

Physical distancing inside World of Disney

We will continue to provide updates on Disney World’s new signage as we see them, and once the parks reopen, we will share our in-person experience with these signs!

Read ALL the details on Disney World’s proposed reopening here!

How soon will you visit Disney World after it reopens in July? Let us know in the comments!

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3 Replies to “Check Out Disney World’s New Signage That Will Be Present When Theme Parks Reopen!”

  1. We had planned a family trip for April and it was cancelled. We have rescheduled for September but will probably cancel. We have 3 granddaughters that want to see characters, shows, and parades. If none of these experiences are available, why would we go to Disney? We can go on rides at any amusement park. I really hope that everything is back to normal next year.

  2. As a private company, they have the right to put whatever rules they want into place independent of what the State of Florida requires. And I actually agree with what they are requiring, but this just reinforces that it will be 2021 at the earliest before I’m back. Disney is a treat for me and my grand kids and in the current environment there appears to be little reason to spend that kind of money for a “limited” experience. I’ll be back, just not right away.

    1. I agree. If I lived in Florida and had season passes, you would likely see me at the front of the line in July! But since my trips are few and far between, I have to get the most out of my money, and it just doesn’t look like that is going to be the case for at least the rest of this year and maybe the next.