Park Hopper Option Returns to Walt Disney World Resort on Jan. 1, 2021
As the phased reopening of Walt Disney World Resort continues.
We are nearing another exciting milestone we know many guests have been looking forward to: the return of the Park Hopper® option! Starting Jan. 1, 2021, guests who purchased a ticket, package or annual pass with Park Hopper benefits will be able to visit more than one park per day, with some new modifications as part of our ongoing focus on health and safety. Continue reading
As part of the D23 Fantastic Worlds Celebration, Disney shared details about the historic transformation happening right now at EPCOT. You can watch the entire session by clicking on the video below, but here are a few highlights from this discussion.
The new neighbourhoods that will unify EPCOT.
Disney has shared Information about the park’s reimagined entrance, and how it sets the tone for the entire transformation with its gorgeous new colour palette and an open, inviting layout. Earlier this year Walt Disney Imagineers installed gleaming new pylons as part of the work they’re doing on the new fountain at the base of Spaceship Earth, which will be completed by the end of this year. The fountain will have a new lighting package that will be joined by new lighting for the iconic geosphere of Spaceship Earth, as well. When complete, it will feel like a completely new way to begin your journey into the park. Continue reading
Walt Disney World has announced that their entrance gateways to Walt Disney World are about to get some pixie dust sprinkled on them.
Rendering showing new Gateway to Walt Disney World ©Disney
Disney has released an artist rendering showing the entrance with a new colour palette that complements the recent royal makeover of Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom Park.
The rendering above gives you a first glimpse at what the entrances will look like when they’re finished; in addition, you’ll see these colors appear on the Magic Kingdom Park Auto Plaza as we bring a new shimmer to that iconic entryway.
Disneyland California is the only major Disney theme park to not reopen after all the parks were closed due to the pandemic currently affecting the world.
Shanghai Disney and Hong Kong Disney were the first parks to close back in January, Tokyo Disney Resort closed in February followed in March by Disneyland Paris, Walt Disney World and Disneyland California.
All the the Disney theme parks have reopened to guests with the exception of Disneyland. So why does Disneyland still remain closed? Continue reading