Disneyland Paris Extends Closure To April Due to 'Prevailing Conditions' In Europe

Disneyland Paris Extends Closure To April Due to 'Prevailing Conditions' In Europe

Disneyland Paris has been closed since October, and will remain closed for another few months!

The French theme park was set to reopen in February, but has now had to delay their second reopening and is looking to open back up on April 2nd, given conditions allow.

“Due to the prevailing conditions in Europe, Disneyland Paris will not reopen on the 13th of February as initially planned,” the park revealed. “If conditions permit, we will reopen on the 2nd of April 2021 and will welcome reservations from that date forward. Given the current context our plans continue to evolve, but please know that we will make every effort to share with you any updates as soon as it is possible.”

Disneyland Paris first shut down back in March 2020 and began a phased reopening in July. They then shut down again at the end of October as French President Emmanuel Macron put the country on lockdown as cases were rising again.

Hong Kong Disneyland and the original Disneyland park in California are also currently closed. Walt Disney World, Tokyo Disneyland and Shanghai Disneyland are all open, but at limited capacity.

Anaheim’s Disneyland recently announced that they were effectively cancelling their Annual Pass program since there is no reopening date in sight, though they hope to open in 2021.

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