Disneyland and Disney California Adventure are scheduled to reopen on April 30, 2021. When reopening guidelines were first released, the parks were going to open to 15% capacity and no indoor dining. Now, the parks have moved into the next less-restrictive COVID risk tier and can open with a higher capacity!
Tomorrow, Orange County California can move into the Orange-Moderate COVID risk tier. This means retail stores won’t need to limit how many shoppers come in, churches and other worship centers can expand to 50% capacity, movie theaters, museums and restaurants can also operate at 50% indoors, and bars will be able to serve patrons outside.
So what does this mean for Disneyland? The parks can reopen with a larger capacity and indoor dining will be allowed!
Orange – Moderate – Tier 3
- Parks must limit visitors to a maximum of 25% capacity.
- Indoor capacity limited to a maximum of 25%
- Indoor dining limited to a maximum of 25% capacity
Disney has not made any official announcement regarding what capacity the parks will operate at when they reopen. Moving into the Orange tier is a good sign that COVID cases are going down and businesses are starting to get back to more normal operations.
Face masks and physical distancing will still be required when Disneyland reopens and the parks will only be open to California residents at first. Will you be one of the lucky ones that gets to visit Disneyland when it reopens?