The gradual reopening of Walt Disney World Resorts begins next year with a bang.
The Orlando Amusement Park, Fla., Will bring back its Park Hopper program from January 1, 2021, the park announced in a blog post Friday.
The benefit allows guests to visit two of Disney World’s different parks with a ticket on the same day, such as Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios or EPCOT and Animal Kingdom.
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Guests whose tickets or annual passes in the benefits of the Park Hopper are able to visit more than one park a day, though there will be some precautionary changes as Disney World continues its step-by-step reopening.
Jumps to another park are only allowed between kl. 14 and closing, and guests must reserve the first park they intend to visit in a day, according to Disney. Reservations are not required for the other park guest who “jumps”, but that may change.
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Guests’ ability to visit another park will also be subject to the park’s capacity limitations.
The changes are designed to help Disney manage attendance and promote physical distancing, as COVID-19 remains an issue. Disney World said it would also continue to enforce improved health and safety measures, such as requiring all guests ages 2 and up to wear face clothing.
The iconic amusement park closed temporarily in March when the pandemic began and reopened in July with strict security protocols in the fight against the viral disease. Its counterpart on the West Coast, Disneyland in California, remains closed.
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The family-friendly Florida resort features four theme parks, two water parks and 30 hotels plus other attractions like the Disney Springs Outdoor Mall and the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Disney World originally opened in 1971 and is celebrating its 50th anniversary next year, though it is still unknown how the pandemic could affect any party.