Disney Parks shared in a new blog post about what guests can do to prepare for their return to Disneyland amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- “When we reopen our two theme parks, we will have enhanced health and safety measures, and will limit capacity through a new theme park reservation system that requires all guests to obtain a reservation for park entry in advance,” Disney Parks said in a blog post. “Theme park reservations will be available online, in advance only, for a specific date, subject to availability.”
What rides will open at Disneyland?
- Alice in Wonderland
- Astro Orbitor
- Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
- Casey Jr. Circus Train
- Disneyland Railroad
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- Gadget’s Go Coaster
- Haunted Mansion
- Indiana Jones™ Adventure
- “it’s a small world”
- King Arthur Carrousel
- Mad Tea Party
- Main Street Vehicles
- Mark Twain Riverboat
- Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
- Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- Pinocchio’s Daring Journey
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin
- Snow White’s Enchanted Wish
- Space Mountain
- Splash Mountain
- Star Tours – The Adventures Continue
- Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance - will utilize virtual queue, more details to come
- Surprise Character Sightings
- Tarzan’s Treehouse™
- The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
Key Disneyland dates
There are some important dates to remember when Disneyland reopens, including when you can buy tickets for the reopening and when you can book reservations for rides.
- April 9 — If you have a one-day ticket, you can check available days to use the one-day ticket.
- April 12 — Reservation system will open and guests who have tickets can make reservations for rides, restaurants and experiences.
- April 15 — Ticket sales will resume so California residents can buy them if they want.