Disneyland Paris Just Revealed All Reopening Details

The Magical Kingdom is opening its doors again.


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Disneyland Paris has announced plans for a historic reopening after closing doors on March 15 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Following suit with Disney parks across the world, Disneyland Paris kept its doors shut for the past three months and now, it has announced the first details on reopening.

With plans in motion to gradually lift restrictions, the “happiest place on Earth” is set to reopen again on July 15 with tourists welcome to visit the parks.

President of Disneyland Paris Natacha Rafalski confirmed that Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney’s Newport Bay Club hotel, and Disney Village will all open again however, in line with the French governments requirements, all parks will have enhanced safety and health features.


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Besides the usual including sanitise stations and labelled floor markings to help social distancing, the park will also have a capped capacity and reservation systems in place to try and minimise crowding.

“Disneyland Paris will manage attendance through a new online theme park reservation system available as of early July and subject to availability,” read the statement.

Natacha added that this break means the magic of Disney is now “so much more” as the parks plan to reopen and enjoy seeing the place full of life again.

In theme park news that’s closer to us, Tayto Park also announced plans for reopening this week.

Sharing a statement, the park said:

“Tayto Park, Irelands only theme park and zoo, is delighted to announce that in accordance with government guidelines it will reopen on the June 29 at 9:30am.”


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Like Disney, Tayto Park will also have measures in place to make sure both staff and guests are kept safe during the pandemic, with sanitise stations in place as well as limited numbers of visitors.

Earlier this month, Dublin Zoo also reopened its doors, following on from Fota Island, the parks are now inviting visitors, with online ticket booking before attending the parks a priority. Similar to the above, both parks are also making sure customer and staff safety is of importance with new measures in place but the same incredible experience and animals awaiting you.


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Good news all around!


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