Magic Kingdom Update: Returning to the Park After a Lengthy Closure (PART 1)

About a week ago, the Magic Kingdom Park officially reopened its gates to Guests after being closed for approximately four months due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While we are being as cautious as possible during this time, we thought we would visit the Magic Kingdom Park to see firsthand how the new health and safety measures have been implemented and if these very important guidelines are being enforced.

We were quite happy to see that most Guests complied with the new rules, and we enjoyed the few hours we spent in the park. That being said, it's probably going to be a while until we will return to the park for a variety of reasons, so we made sure to take as many photos as possible to show you how the park currently looks. We hope you enjoy this virtual tour!


First of all, the park was extremely quiet, which was very reassuring:


Work continues on the City Hall facade:



Most (if not all) of the Guests we observed while walking around Main Street were wearing their masks correctly:



You don't get to see this very often!:





Some characters participate in cavalcades that take place at random times of the day to avoid having large gatherings:







Heading to Adventureland:






The camel near The Magic Carpets Of Aladdin is currently not spitting:






All of the attractions in the park now feature multiple signs telling Guests were to stand:





Splash Mountain is still open:


A quiet Frontierland:







The wait time boards now also include reminders about the new safety guidelines:




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