Two projects have been removed from Disney’s planned transformation of their EPCOT theme park.
Marry Poppins EPCOT ©Disney
The ‘EPCOT Experience’, located in the Odyssey Events Pavilion in Future World, showcases the planned changes to the theme park using a detailed model. The model has been altered with both Spaceship Earth and Mary Poppins attractions being removed. Continue reading
Yesterday Disney Opened the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom to annual Passholders for a preview of the theme parks before officially reopening on 11 July.
If there were to be any long queues at Disney’s Magic Kingdom then you would probably expect it to be for one of the rides such as the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train or Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad or the ever popular Peter Pan’s Flight. However, it was none of the Disney rides that saw early queues building it was actually the Splash Mountain ‘Gift Shop’. Continue reading
With Disney’s Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom theme parks reopening on Saturday 11 July, Disney has released new images showing many of the new safety procedures they have put in place to help keep Guests and Cast Members safe.
The Video and Photo gallery below show how Disney is responding to the health and safety requirements and guidelines set out in their plan for reopening their theme parks.
Many of the COVID-19 enforced operational changes that is happening at Walt Disney World are to reduce contact between guests and cast members.
Before the theme parks closed it was required for guests to scan their wristbands and their finger for identity verification at the park entrance. Now to reduce the contact between guests, fingerprint scanners will not be used.
The UK Disney store is now selling Disney inspired family-friendly, reusable cloth face coverings in a variety of styles with European sizing.
The face coverings are currently available for pre-order and are priced at £20 for a pack of 4. You can choose Mickey and Minnie, Classic Disney, Star Wars, Disney Princess, Disney Pixar and Disney Marvel. CLICK HERE
Disney will donate 100,000 cloth face coverings to long-standing charity partners along with 100% of the proceeds from the sales of Disney cloth face coverings, up to £500,000 to Red Cross organisations across Europe.