Disneyland Castle park in California has been reopened after 412 days—with a new ride and safety measures for visitors.
The reopening has also given birth to the new Snow White Enchanted Wish.
Disneyland Castle park in California reopening safety guidelines
Reservations required: Before the pandemics, visitors could walk straight to the park without having to worry about a reservation. However, things have changed— residents in California are required to make an appointment to visit the park.
Only California residents allowed: Disneyland Castle park in California used to be opened for almost everyone—from residents to tourists. Given the current state of the pandemic, managements have restricted foreign visitors except for residents of California.
Temperature screenings: Visitors to the park will be examined with a digital thermometer to ensure the safety of all visitors.
Increased cleaning: As part of adhering to safety measures across the park, they’ll be constant cleaning within the park to ensure infection-free for visitors.
Cashless payment encouraged: This may come as a huge advantage, especially with the spread of the coronavirus. Cashless payment will not only curtail the spread of the Covid-19 virus but will also prevent other infections inside Disneyland Castle park in California.
Masks required: If you were born in 2020, mask-wearing isn’t going to be something new. For your safety and the visitors of the park, it is now mandatory to wear your marks at the Disneyland Castle park in California.