Looking for a little Disney magic? Disneyland Resort announced Wednesday in a post on its official blog that out-of-state guests will be allowed to once again visit Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure theme parks starting June 15.
“Today, we’re pleased to announce that beginning June 15, 2021, we will once again be able to welcome travelers from outside the state of California back to our theme parks!” the post read.
Since the theme park’s initial opening on April 30, only California residents were allowed to make reservations and visit the parks due to the state’s COVID-19-related safety measures.
People can make advanced reservations and book trips beginning Wednesday, but out-of-state guests will not be allowed inside the parks until June 15. Disneyland also expanded its reservation system to 120 days in advance.
Everyone visiting the theme parks is required to have a valid theme park reservation and ticket for every date of their trip. Visit Disneyland.com for details.
Currently COVID prevention measures are still in place. Disneyland requires temperature screenings, and every one two and older are required to wear a face mask. The parks will continue to operate at limited capacities and some attractions may be unavailable. FASTPASS and Disney MaxPass are currently suspended.
Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel also reopens on June 15. The Disneyland Hotel is set to reopen on July 2. The Grand Californian Hotel has opened.
Avengers Campus, a much-anticipated new land inside Disney California Adventure, will debut on June 4. That land will be home to a new ride, Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure.
Visit www.disneyland.com for more information.