It’s been quite the week for Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom!
We’ve seen select pre-shows be eliminated from line queues and high-touch areas like Dumbo’s Play Area be closed to guests. Many guests were curious about how the Rider Switch process will work under all the new health and safety protocols. [Read more…]
Many stores have adjusted the way they are distributing food and merchandise since Disney Springs re-opened a few months ago. This is due to the safety protocols that have been implemented for all of Disney property.
In an effort to enhance social distancing procedures, Kipling announced they are starting curbside pick-up for all of their store items. This will allow guests to pick up their desired purchases quickly. Let’s walk you through the process!
Although Disney Springs is set to begin a phased re-opening tomorrow, May 20th, and Universal Orlando’s CityWalk has re-opened to the public, Florida’s major theme parks still remain closed.
No opening dates have been announced for Disney World, Universal Orlando, or SeaWorld Orlando, but SeaWorld appears to already be prepping for guests to return.
Florida began re-opening businesses to the public on May 4th and has been progressing slowly each day.
A few days ago, Disney World announced that they would begin re-opening retail and restaurants in Disney Springs on May 20th, but other Orlando area shopping and dining locations are already opening back up.