Wondering why Disneyland theme park hours aren’t available for June? This is happening for a few reasons.
Mainly, the parks have been closed for a while now, and Disney isn’t sure when they can offer available hours for guests to choose from. But there’s more to the story…
Unavailable Theme Park Hours
Except for Shanghai Disney Resort, other parks remain closed. But even Shanghai has no available hours for June yet, even though it reopened on May 12.
The resort, which resumed its operations four months after it was closed on January 25, offers the following schedule for May:
Meanwhile, Disneyland Hongkong has been closed since January 26; Disney Resort Tokyo since February 29; and the US and Paris parks since mid-March. This is why we can’t find available hours after those dates.
On their website, Disneyland announced that they cannot set the exact date of reopening yet since people’s safety is their priority. They are also considering the well-being of their Cast Members who are caring for and securing their parks and resorts.
“The approach we take may include implementation of guests capacity and density control measures, as well as health and prevention procedures that comply with state and federal guidelines.”Bob Chapek, Chief Executive Officer of Disney
Regularly, the theme park hours for the Disneyland Resorts are published one month in advance. But when we visit their websites for schedules now, all we’ll see is the statement “No times available.”
But we might soon be able to see the available hours for these parks too. After all, Disney Springs will reopen soon, which is also a good sign.
Expectations on the Reopening
The reopening of the other theme parks will be a lot different, just like the reopening of the one in Shanghai. Watch the video below to know more about this.
We can expect them to strictly implement social distancing. This means the hotels, theme parks, restaurants, and other locations will only cater to a few people at a time.
The availability of the amenities, attractions, experiences, and services will also be restricted, and some could even stay closed.
Don’t Let the Magic Fade
For travelers like me, let’s stay hopeful! Just because the theme parks are closed doesn’t mean the Disney magic is gone. Fairy Godmother will soon make the schedules appear!
In the meantime, you can probably find me watching movies on Disney Plus. Who knows? Maybe we’ll all find a different sort of magic even when we’re not at the happiest place on earth.
For now, check out this must-visit magical boutique that awaits you once the parks are opened again!
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