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Disneyland reopening, info to know

disneyland paris reopeningRead all the info you have to know about the reopening of Disneyland Paris. After the long closure, it is now possible to come back to the happiest place on Earth!

Disneyland Paris will reopen on June 17, 2021. The reopening of Disneyland Paris will cover the two theme parks, some hotels, and Disney Village.

Iconic attractions, Disney Characters, experiences, and tasty treats will return, along with the new Selfie Spots and the anticipated opening of Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel.

Disneyland Paris reopening

Disneyland reopening is possible thanks to the introduction of new rules to prevent the spreading of the COVID-19.

It is mandatory to wear a mask and observe safety measures.
A conscious approach will be taken based on reduced capacity, social distancing, reinforced cleaning and disinfection in accordance with health authority guidelines, and mandatory use of masks will be required for all guests ages 6 and older.

All attractions will be sanitized even more frequently, with special attention paid to contact-prone areas. Alcohol-based sanitizing gel dispensers will be available at the entrance and exit of each attraction.

To promote health and hygiene measures, new measures have been implemented in all Disneyland Paris restaurants and dining outlets.

Guests will be able to check the availability of attractions and shows on the destination’s official website and via the mobile app

Single Rider and FASTPASS services will be temporarily suspended. In addition, children’s play areas, makeup experiences and Character encounters will be temporarily unavailable.

 

Disneyland reopening schedule

Here is the full schedule of reopenings for all Disney hotels:

  • June 17 – Newport Bay Club
  • 21, June 2021 – New York Hotel – The Art of Marvel
  • July 1 – Cheyenne Hotel
  • 13, July – Davy Crockettranch
  • December 1 – Sequoia Lodge

The Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe will be closed until further notice.