What’s Open at Disneyland? What’s Not?
I haven’t been able to visit Disneyland since it reopened on April 30. So I’m wondering – what’s open at Disneyland? What’s still not open?
The easy way to check is to go to the Disneyland website and click on the things to do section. There you can look at dining, attractions, character experiences and shows. If your favorite restaurant or attraction has “temporarily unavailable” next to it, it’s closed.
What’s open at Disneyland
According to the OC Register, more than 30 Disneyland and Disney California Adventure attractions, shows, restaurants and shops remain closed nearly three months after the parks reopened.
On the other hand, nearly 180 attractions, shows, restaurants and shops have reopened since the coronavirus closures. And the parks are working hard to open new things pretty regularly.
Carthay Circle just reopened last week. Today the Golden Horseshoe reopens – for dining only, no entertainment just yet.
Locations that are still closed include Nemo Submarine Voyage – no surprise with the tight spaces. The Frontierland Shootin’ Exposition is also closed, as well as most of Toontown.
We’re hoping the Monorail reopens soon! While it has tight spaces, Walt Disney World was able to open the Monorail with dividers to allow for social distancing.
Now that fireworks are back, guests say the park is feeling a lot more like normal. But getting other entertainment back on the schedule – like Fantasmic!, Frozen Live and parades – would accelerate that return to normal.
MickeyBlog on the scene
MickeyBlog has been at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure this week. In case you missed them, check out these videos! We’ve got Disneyland fireworks and video from our adventures at Disney California Adventure.
To stay up-to-date on what’s happening at Disneyland, make sure you have the Disneyland app on your smartphone. You’re going to need it on your visit – to join the Rise of the Resistance virtual queue, to order your food or check out what’s open.
Also, make sure you bookmark the Disneyland Know Before You Go microsite. This will have the latest guidance on health and safety measures in place at Disneyland.
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