We’ve been waiting for this news since the first reopening date was delayed last July. Recently, the California government changed the guidelines for reopening, allowing theme parks to reopen after more than a year of closures. We’re getting more details on what things will be like, and there is a lot of important information to share!
When Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure officially reopen, they’ll only be open to residents of California and they’ll be limited to a 15% capacity restriction. Today, it was announced that these parks will also be using a park pass reservation system similar to the one used currently in Disney World.
With this new system, all guests ages 3 and up will be required to make a reservation to visit the parks ahead of time. These reservations will be limited and subject to availability. In order to enter the park of your choice, you must also have valid park admission.
More information on this system will be released soon, and details will be posted on the Disneyland website. In the meantime, keep following along with AllEars for the latest updates.
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