California-based Disneyland Park announced this week that visitors from other states in the American Union will be able to return through its gates to hang out with them for the first time since pre-pandemic times Mickey mouse.
Non-California residents can now reserve their parking tickets online. The park gates will officially open to visitors outside of the state on June 15.
Disneyland The booking window has been extended to 120 days from the day of booking in order to maximize guest booking over the summer.
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Visitors must make a reservation at the park and purchase a ticket for the day they wish to enter the park as the park reopened earlier this spring due to capacity restrictions due to the COVID protocols.
“Since we began the gradual reopening of Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park on April 30th, guests have experienced countless magical moments in the happiest place on earth,” the company said in a statement. “From waving to beloved Disney characters to lots of laughs at favorite attractions and enjoying themed delicacies throughout the resort, the magic is definitely here at Disneyland Resort!”
Visitors are still required to wear masks throughout the park.
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The new opening guidelines come at an exciting time for the park, which will debut on the Avengers campus land on June 4th.
The new area features two new attractions: a Spiderman-inspired family vehicle called “Web Slinger” and a more exciting free-fall ride called “Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!”
Disney reported that its theme parks lost a whopping $ 2.6 billion in revenue to the company in the final quarter of 2020, and pandemic closings last year made profits nearly impossible.
The Disney parks in Hong Kong and Shanghai are still open with current restrictions. Disneyland Paris will reopen on June 17th and Tokyo Disneyland will reopen in July.