Disneyland in Anaheim will officially be reopening to the public on April 30. With that being said, there is quite a bit of information you need to know. I’ll keep this page updated as new information becomes available. They best place to check remains the Disney Parks Blog.
At this time Disneyland will only be open to California residents at a 15% capacity.
Both Disneyland Park and California Adventure theme par will be open, but will require reservations and valid theme park admission. Annual passes were cancelled a few months ago. There will be a special system in place for reservations soon.
Masks will be required at all times for anyone over the age of two.
Before being admitted to the park, guests will have to undergo a temperature check.
Theme Park Offerings
Fastpass and Maxpass services are not available to this time. All attractions will be stand by only.
There are currently no live shows, fireworks or parade offerings.
Characters are not available for a typical Meet and Greet. (More than likely they will be available for photos at a distance).
There are no Extra Magic Hours or Magic Morning offerings.
The only Disneyland Resort hotel slated for reopening at this time is Disney’s Grand California Hotel and Spa. At last check the Paradise Pier and Disneyland Hotel had some ongoing renovation work and were not ready to be reopened.
Hotel bookings can be made online or through the Walt Disney Travel Company.
The Disney Vacation Club Wing of the Grand Californian will reopen May 2.
Disney is encouraging the use of mobile orders through the DIsneyland App and for table reservations. There is the ability to add yourself to a walk up list and to check in for your reservation through the app.
At this time, there are no areas to walk and eat. Food must be consumed in the designated areas. It is the only time a mask may be removed.
A select number of shops are open with limited capacity. The district as a whole is open to guests.