Disneyland Reopens for First Time in More Than 400 Days


Day is finally here for Disneyland in Disney California Adventure. The Anaheim theme parks are opening for the first time in more than 13 months after closing due to the pandemic. Gavin Doyle is a long time Disney enthusiast who started the website Mickey visit dot com, he tells the California report plenty of restrictions will still be in place, including capacity being limited to 25% for now. Masks are required for all guests, as well as the attendance currently is limited to California residents on Lee. That, of course, could shift in the future. But for right now, because Disneyland you're inside, you're outside. It's a full experience of the day. The mass requirement remains in place. Most of the park's rides will be open. Those some are closed for pandemic safety reasons. Costume characters won't be giving out hugs either, but will be posing for pictures from balconies and from stages across the park. Doyle says the reopening isn't just important for Disney fans and the thousands of employees who work at the parks but also for the entire city of Anaheim, which relies so heavily on tourist dollars coming in. Show me hotels have been closed for over a year. I actually just checked in to the best Western Stovall's and the best Western Stovall's has not served a guest. Since March of 2020 were the first people staying back. And when I checked in seeing the look on the face of the front ash manager, her saying, welcome back, almost coming to tears. The park ended its annual pass program earlier this year. But the president of Disney Resorts announced yesterday that a new program is in the works, and it's expected to debut later this year. Let's

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