Walt Disney World & Disneyland
Set to reopen on July 11, Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida is one attraction that you will now need to carefully plan in advance to visit. The reopening and booking process will both happen in phases. On July 11th, Magic Kingdom Park and Animal Kingdom will reopen. Next, on July 15th, EPCOT and Disney's Hollywood Studios will follow. For Disneyland in California, the parks will begin reopening on July 17 (though some outlets have reported a potential delay!) with Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. Disney California is opening much later than its East Coast counterpart—just one of the many surprising differences between Disney World and Disneyland.
Customers, in order to enjoy the "magic," will need to respect the Disney Park Pass reservation system. In Orlando, beginning on June 22, those who are a Disney Resort/hotel guest can now make reservations. These reservations can only be made for one day, and one park on that day, at a time. After the 26th, Annual Passholders, followed by existing ticket holders, and eventually everyone will be able to make reservations via the online reservation tool.
The reservations will help the parks manage attendance quotas, mandate temperature checks and masks, and promote safe social distancing. The My Disney Experience App will be your best friend for buying tickets and food, line queuing, and all other experiences. Before jumping to book your ticket, please note the other ways the Disney Parks experience will be changing with COVID-19 and understand the guidelines set in place for your safety.
Or, if you just can't wait, try these virtual Disney World rides you can enjoy at home and keep track of these Disney happenings going on behind the scenes at closed parks.
10 Popular Attractions That Will Now Require Reservations, Source:https://www.rd.com/list/attractions-needing-reservations/