Guests are only permitted to remove their masks while visiting one of the designated relaxation zones, or while eating or drinking in a stationary, distanced location.
On our visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios today, we were greeted with something new before we even officially entered the park!
Sure, we found new Star Wars tees and an adorable Minnie Mouse phone case in Hollywood Studios today. But let’s REWIND to something super interesting that we experienced before we passed through the park gates!
WOW! We’ve been back inside Magic Kingdom for the first time since it closed its gates in mid-March! The experience was VERY different than what we’re used to when it comes to visiting a Disney World theme park!
Keep in mind that while our first experience back was a Cast Member preview day with very limited crowds, one of if not THE most noticeable differences we experienced was the impact on crowds from the limited capacity. In order to accommodate physical distancing and to keep crowds at bay, Disney has drastically reduced their capacity and controls the number of people in the parks via their new Disney Park Pass Reservation System. So, what do YOU need to know about having a successful limited capacity vacation? We’re sharing 10 tips with you today!
Have you ever wondered what hidden magic is happening in Disney World??
Disney is known for the ability to create magical (and sometimes, seemingly impossible!) experiences for guests. And whether you’re watching the Happily Ever After fireworks, enjoying a delicious meal, or just taking in the atmosphere of the parks, it’s a safe bet that there’s some behind-the-scenes magic that made the experience possible. Here are the magical parts of Disney World you DON’T get to see!
With the current indefinite closure of the Disney parks, the company is moving to furlough nonessential employees. For non-union employees, this furlough was announced several days ago to begin on April 19th.
Since then, the company has been working with a variety of unions — such as the American Federation of Musicians Local 389 and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2088 — to come to agreements about their members. Now, Disneyland has settled on a furlough agreement with the Independent Employee Service Association representing some security employees.
When you’re packing for your next trip to Disney World, there are some things you might want to leave at home!
Disney is notorious for going the extra mile to make guests happy. But that doesn’t mean you’ll never hear the word “no” in Disney World! There are several things that Disney has BANNED from the parks. You won’t get these things through the gates no matter how much you sweet-talk security!
If there is one thing we know about the Walt Disney Company is that they are always finding ways of surprising us year after year. 2019 was no different, as it was a year full of surprising changes for the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks.
As with all Disney changes, some guests were huge fans and others…not so much. Today, we are sharing Disney’s most surprising moves we were NOT expecting in 2019.