When Walt Disney World reopened last summer, some aspects of the parks remained closed due to new health and safety measures. Children’s play areas, including the one at Dumbo the Flying Elephant in Magic Kingdom, we’re closed throughout the pandemic. Now, the play area at Dumbo the Flying Elephant has reopened!
The play area at Dumbo the Flying Elephant in Fantasyland is an area where guests can wait for their turn to ride the attraction. Instead of waiting in line, guests are given a pager and can play around in the circus tent. The tent is full of fun activities and slides for children but it was closed due to the pandemic.
All guests must wear a face mask while in the play area but other than that kids are free to play the same as it was pre-pandemic. The play area capacity is not at 100% right now, but many guests are able to enjoy the area.
This is the first play area at Walt Disney World to reopen since the parks reopened last summer. Hopefully, others will reopen soon too!
What do you think about the Dumbo play area reopening?
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