Earlier today, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended all local COVID-19 emergency orders by executive order, while signing a law that restricts what both governors and mayors can do during pandemics.
Since the start of Walt Disney World’s phased reopening, Extra Magic Hours have been suspended due to restricted hours during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it seems this resort guest benefit won’t be coming back at all—at least not in its previous form. “Resort Guest Early Entry” will soon be replacing Extra Magic Hours at Walt Disney World.
Walt Disney World has just announced new, modified holiday offerings for the 2020 season. And the 2020 Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays beginning Nov 27.
As many out of town Disney fans were quick to find out, Disney’s reopening would not be as magical as it once was. Fireworks and parades cancelled for the sake of avoiding crowd-generating events, limit capacity and reduced operating hours, Disney fans want their monies worth or a refund.
Get ready for additional Dining options returning this Fall at Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
This guide to face masks at Walt Disney World offers info & tips, our recommendation for the best mask at the parks, rules & the latest policies about wearing masks at Disney World. Here is our complete guide to the Disney World mask policy and your top questions answered.
Masks are an important piece to keeping both guests and Cast Members safe. Other than when guests are seated in restaurants, Disney World’s “relaxation stations” are currently the only spots where guests can remove their face coverings while inside the theme parks. Let’s take a look at where you can find these mask-free spots.
Disney World has just sent out a push notification to Annual Passholders via the My Disney Experience app to remind them of their options as it relates to their pass. Disney has also updated the wording on their website to better clarify the options available to Passholders ahead of the August 11th deadline to cancel…