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Here’s when Disneyland and California Adventure will welcome guests from outside of California

Beginning on June 15, Disneyland and California Adventure will welcome Utahns and other out-of-staters

Guests at Main Street USA at Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
In this Friday, April 30, 2021, file photo, guests walk down Main Street USA at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. Disneyland will welcome out-of-state guests when California reopens on June 15.
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Disneyland and California Adventure will welcome guests from outside California beginning in June.

Disney Parks announced Wednesday that out-of-state guest can come to Disneyland California Adventure beginning June 15.

  • Disneyland will also expand the reservation window so guests can book a ticket or hotel location up to 120 days in advance.
  • Guests will still be asked to wear masks after that date, even though California will ease face mask restrictions for fully vaccinated people on the same day, according to People magazine.
  • That’s why the state of California “recommends that all guests be fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the theme parks,” according to Disney Parks.

This is good news for Utahns and Idahoans who want to visit Disneyland. But Disney said plans could change “as we continue to update our health and safety processes based on guidance from the state of California and local health officials.”

California recently said the state will return to something close to normal beginning on June 15, according to The New York Times. Capacity limits and social distancing would likely drop. And “those who are fully vaccinated in California do not need to wear a mask in most settings” for mega events, per The New York Times. It’s unclear if this applies to people from out-of-state who visit California. We know California will let people from outside the state attend Disneyland soon, so that may be a sign that these rules apply to people visiting the state.

Most of the rules apply in most locations except for “mega events,” like sporting events and concerts, according to The New York Times.