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Parks Reopening – LATEST UPDATES

ByTim Potter

Jun 29, 2020

Disneyland Paris Resort will start a phased reopening on 15th July 2020. Here is the latest updates.


Both Disneyland Parc and Walt Disney Studios Parc will open from 15th July.

Park hours are will be 10am – 8pm for Disneyland Parc, 10am – 7pm for Walt Disney Studios Parc. Parks will be open for extra magic time (8:30am) for on-site hotel guests and annual pass holders (infinity and magic plus).

The parks will initially be limited to 12’000 guests (across both parks).

A park reservation system is available https://www.disneylandparis.com/en-gb/register-tickets/.

Guest with on-site hotel reservations or dated one-day tickets does not need a park reservation.

Guests with multi-day tickets or annual passes will need a park reservation.

Disney Illuminations and Stars on Parade will be suspended until further notice.

Other Disney Park around the world has introduced smaller scale “character cavalcades” which will run more regularly not be advertised to avoid drawing large crowds like the large parades.

Character experiences will be altered to ensure physical distancing. Guest will still be able to interact and take photographs at a distance. No hugs for now, unfortunately.

Cast members will no longer be able to use a guest camera or phone to take photos.

Free and paid FASTPASS will be suspended. Any guest who has already paid for a FASTPASS can request a refund by emailing dlp.communication.visiteurs@disneylandparis.com

Single rider queues will not be used.

Ride and show capacity will be altered to ensure physical distancing.

Ride vehicles will be loaded to ensure space between groups of guests. This may be alternate rows or leaving empty seats between guests.

Indoor shows will have limited capacity and again space will be left between groups of guests.

Some elements including pre-shows may have to be altered to ensure physical distancing can take place.

Parks will have increase cleaning and hand sanitiser stations will be frequently located around the parks. Guest will be encouraged to sanitise hand when entering and leaving attractions.

Face covering will be required for all guest aged 11 year and older.

Restaurants, Dining & Shopping

All restaurants and shops will have a capacity limited to ensure physical distancing. Restaurants will ensure adequate space between tables.

All buffet restaurants will be changed to an all you care to enjoy table service. This will be delivered on platters similar to the “family style” restaurants in WDW.

Reservations will be required for table and buffet restaurants.

Take away options will be available at some restaurants.

Disney Village will reopen with the parks on 15th July.


Newport Bay will initally open with the parks on 15th July.

Other hotels will open over time starting with Hotel Cheyenne on 20th July.

Sequoia Lodge and Davy Crockett Ranch do not have a planned reopening at this stage.

If you have a booking and your hotel is closed, guest can change hotel, change dates or cancel without penalty, subject to availabiltiy.

See full hotel reopening details: https://dlpblog.co.uk/hotel-reopenings/

Annual Passholders

All annual passports will be automatically extended by 153 days (5 months). This covers the 123 days of the closure and 30 days as a bonus. Annual pass holder can check their new expiry date using the web area http://passeport-annuel.disneylandparis.fr/

Annual passholder will need to make reservations (https://www.disneylandparis.com/en-gb/register-tickets/) for entry to the park, which is subject to availability.

There are no limits on how many reservations you can hold but if you fail to use the a reservation you may have any further reservations cancelled. You can only make reservation for dates your pass is valid.

Privilege Tickets for accompanying friends and family will be available from 8th July by phone. Tickets will need to be purchased in advance at these will be posted. Privilege tickets will be dates so reservation are not required for these ticket holders.

Tim Potter

I have been a huge Disney Parks fan since my first Walt Disney World trip at the age of 11. I now follow activities and news on all the parks across the world. I actually didn't visit Disneyland Paris until 2017, thinking it was the poor relation to the other Parks, how wrong could I be! Disneyland Paris a beautiful park and is somewhere everyone should experience.

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