Vacation’s Still On: Disney Parks Have Low Wait Times Today

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Disney Parks are making history announcing closures worldwide due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak we are currently facing. However, some Disney Parks remain open for the time being and for the lucky guests that get to be there right now, it’s the most magical place on earth to be!

Related: No, it wasn’t a dream: Every Disney theme park in the world is now closing.

Disney Parks consider guest safety their top priority and they are making sure to take all the necessary precautions until the closing dates that have currently been announced. The parks have added hand washing stations throughout that can be found in the My Disney Experience app. They have also set up guest relations kiosks to assist guests that will need to cancel the rest of their vacations due to the closures.

But for those still there trying to make the best out of the situation, Hakuna Matata! Currently, wait times at all parks are low and with all the cancellations happening, hard to get dining reservations are opening up left and right.

One of our Inside the Magic reporters is on location and they just shared that they were able to lock in a breakfast reservation at fan-favorite Character Breakfast, the Best Friends Breakfast featuring Lilo & Stitch at ‘Ohana.

Credit: Disney

Our FOMO took the best of us, so we started browsing wait times on the My Disney Experience mobile app. Take a look at how low some of these are!

At EPCOT, popular attractions like Soarin’ and Frozen Ever After are just showing a 35-minute wait. On average, these attractions show wait times between 45-minutes and well over an hour wait for this time of year.

Epcot Wait Times Coronavirus
Credit: My Disney Experience

Other attractions like Spaceship Earth are only showing 15-minute wait times! Road trip, anyone?!

The park itself is pretty empty as well. Check out these pictures Inside the Magic Reporter Kelly sent us:

Credit: ITM Reporter Kelly
Credit: ITM Reporter Kelly

Doesn’t that look dreamy? Swoon!

Over at Disneyland, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is only showing a 15-minute wait and both Peter Pan’s Flight and Millenium Falcon: Smugglers Run only 30-minutes.

If you had the chance, would you brave the exposure to be at the most magical place on earth? Let us know in the comments!   

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