Your Disneyland® Paris Questions Answered!
Disneyland® Paris Park Coronavirus Wellness Update
In line with the latest direction from the French authorities, Disneyland Paris is currently closed and will reopen on 17th June 2021. Disney’s Newport Bay Club and Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe will open on the 2nd April, Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne and Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch will open on the 1st July 2021. Disney’s Sequoia Lodge will open on the 23rd October 2021. The Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Art of Marvel Hotel will remain closed until further notice.
As Disneyland Paris reopens, a layered approach to health and safety measures will be implemented throughout the resort, including required wearing of face coverings and enhanced cleaning measures.
Is the number of Guests allowed to enter the Park limited?
Yes. In order to maintain physical distancing, a limited number of tickets are available each day during the initial reopening. It's the perfect opportunity to enjoy the Parks with family and friends!
What health and safety measures have been put in place at Disneyland® Paris?
During the initial reopening phase at Disneyland Paris, there will be limited attendance, physical distancing, protective measures and enhanced cleaning procedures.
How will Disneyland® Paris ensure physical distancing?
Their attractions, restaurants, boutiques and hotels have all been adapted to allow physical distancing thanks to ground markings and signage and other rules specific to the context.
Do I need to wear a mask?
To promote the health and safety of Guests and Cast Members, all visitors aged eleven or above will be required to wear an appropriate face covering at all times except when eating.
Will I be able to see Disney Characters?
Absolutely! During the initial reopening phase, many Disney, Pixar, Star Wars Characters or Marvel Super Heroes will appear in the Parks and offer guests memorable photo opportunities. In order to maintain physical distancing, close interactions, including hugs, are temporarily suspended.
Will there still be Shows and Parades?
Experiences that draw large group gatherings such as Disney Stars on Parade, the night-time spectacular Disney Illuminations and some indoor shows (Mickey & the Magician or Animation Celebration – Frozen: A Musical Invitation) are temporarily suspended and will return at a later date.
Our indoor theatres will become meeting spots with some of our beloved Disney Characters. Anna, Elsa and Olaf can’t wait to spend some magical time with you!