What to expect from Disneyland Paris’ summer reopening

Jun 23 2020, 2:16 pm

Following in suit with its international counterparts across the world, Disneyland Paris will be entering a gradual reopening beginning July 15 that includes Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney’s Newport Bay Club and Disney Village.

As with other Disney theme park and resort reopenings, the facility will welcome back visitors at limited capacity. Additionally, all bookings will be conducted through a new online registration reservation system, where customers can purchase their admission tickets for specific dates.

Upon their return, guests will be met with an abundance of health and safety measures that adhere to guidance from the French government and local health authorities.

On top of opening at limited capacity, the park will also be taking “a deliberate approach” towards physical distancing protocols and enhanced sterilization and sanitization procedures. As well, guests aged 11 and older will require facial coverings, as will Cast Members and contractors. Hand sanitizing stations will be installed across the park, and cleaning measures for highly frequented areas will be enhanced.

As well, prior to reopening, Cast Members will receive comprehensive training to ensure that they are able to support the new protocols, encourage physical distancing, and convey the updated guidelines to guests.

For those staying in hotels or resorts, guests can modify their stay up to one week before their arrival for no additional cost through the new “Zen guarantee.”

“Because we have never needed so much magic, we have pushed the boundaries of what is possible to make your Disneyland Paris experience a waking dream – while preserving your health and safety!” The venue’s website explains.

Disney theme park locations have been reopening across the world, including Shanghai Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland, Disneyland in California, and Walt Disney World in Florida.

For more information regarding the Disneyland Paris reopening policies surrounding bookings, ticket reservations, and health and safety protocols, visit the park’s official website.

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