Disneyland Paris Extends Closure
Due to prevailing conditions and travel restrictions across Europe, Disneyland Paris announced that they are unable to reopen on April 2, as initially planned. Disney is optimistic that they will be able to re-open the park soon, and will share updates when possible.
If guests have booked a trip to the resort, they will have flexibility to modify the arrival date or cancel the reservation without fees up until the last moment before the planned arrival. Please check here for Disney’s latest commercial conditions.
Disneyland Paris originally closed in March of 2020 as the COVID-19 shutdowns occurred. The park re-opened in July, and operated through October, before shutting down due to the resurgence of the pandemic. The park originally announced their plans to re-open April 2021 back in February.
Hong Kong Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland, Shanghai Disneyland and Walt Disney World Florida are all open with social distancing measures and restrictions in place — with the Hong Kong park reopening most recently in February. Disney Cruise Line operations remain suspended, though Disney officials say they may potentially resume in the fall.
Should Disneyland Paris remain closed past May, it will be the only Disney resort in the world shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information, visit the official Disneyland Paris website by clicking here.