Disneyland Paris reopens after lockdown

After a four month lockdown period due to the covid-19 pandemic, the Disneyland Paris amusement park will gradually reopen starting 15 July.

As from this date Disneyland Paris, the Walt Disney Studios and the Newport Bay Club hotel will reopen to the public. Shops and restaurants in the Disney Village will also reopen.

The three other hotels will reopen as follows: the Cheyenne from 20 July, the Santa Fe from 3 August and the Disneyland hotel, the iconic fairy tale palace that welcomes visitors at the entrance, from 7 September.

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The remaining two hotels, the Sequoia Lodge and the Davy Crockett, will be closed during the summer and reopen further on in the year.

The reopening will obviously entail a drastic change in the organisation of the programme and in the way the public can access the park. Security measures have been strengthened. Daily admissions will be restricted, with a compulsory reservation that will make it possible to monitor the flow of guests.

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The fast pass, the mechanism that allowed pass holders to skip the lines on some attractions, will also be suspended as the queues themselves will be managed in a different way to allow compliance with social distancing rules.

Furthermore, everyone, cast members and visitors (those over 11 years old) will have to wear masks during their stay.

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Address Boulevard de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, France

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Disneyland Paris reopens after lockdown

Boulevard de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, France

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