What is happening at Walt Disney World?
As of July 15, all 4 Walt Disney World theme parks have now reopened.
While Disney's Water Parks remain closed at this time, pending government approvals, we currently plan to reopen one of the two water parks on 7th March 2021.*
At this time, we have temporarily stopped sales of tickets and Disney Resort Hotel rooms for arrivals in 2020, so that we can focus on guests who already hold tickets and reservations. We will resume new hotel reservations after that period of time.
Important updates have been implemented across the theme parks, Disney Resort hotels, restaurants, attractions, experiences and other offerings to promote physical distancing based on direction from health experts and government officials.
Park attendance is being managed via the Disney Park Pass reservation system and face coverings are required for all Guests (ages 2 and up) and Cast Members. For more information on visiting the theme parks and our required health and safety measures, please visit our ‘Know Before You Go’ hub.
*We may adjust our proposed reopening date, and if that happens, we will let Guests know what to expect in a future update.
I have an upcoming stay at a Disney Resort hotel. What does this mean for my holiday?
If you have a Walt Disney World package booking for arrival in 2021, or for arrival in 2022 if booked prior to May 20 2021, you can cancel free of charge up to 7 days prior to departure (excluding transport fees within 100 days). Bookings made from May 20 2021 arriving in 2022 are subject to standard booking terms and conditions.
I have a Walt Disney World park ticket. What does this mean for my holiday?
If you purchased your ticket before 11th June 2020 and are arriving before 31st December 2020, the validity of your ticket has been extended through to 30th September 2021. Your ticket will not be valid for admission after that date. Your ticket will update automatically, and you do not need to contact us.
If you wish to cancel your ticket, we will provide a full refund.