Walt Disney will gradually reopen Disneyland Paris from July 15. After a four-month wait, guests can visit Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney’s Newport Bay Club hotel, and Disney Village near the French capital.
With a phased opening, the amusement park aims to guarantee the safety and health of guests and employees.
For example, there will be a limit on the number of visitors that can be in the park at the same time, tickets must be reserved in advance, and the park must be kept away.
“We have been looking forward to the day we can open again,” says Disneyland Paris director Natacha Rafalski. “Some of the park’s experiences will be slightly different than usual due to security measures taken, but the magic we are known for remains.”
Disney’s theme parks in Paris and America will be closed in March to prevent corona infections. Worldwide, there are twelve theme parks of the film and entertainment empire.
The Disney Park in Shanghai was the first to open to visitors again on May 11. That park, like the park in Hong Kong, also closed earlier than the American and European parks.
Earlier, the entertainment group announced it would also gradually reopen the Walt Disney World theme parks in Florida in July. The amusement parks in Tokyo will keep the doors closed for the time being.