Disneyland Resort has continued in its phased reopening process, and this week marks big changes at the theme parks. Face coverings will no longer be required for vaccinated Guests, social distancing will not be enforced, and now we know that more attractions and experiences are returning.
According to the Disneyland Resort official attractions list and calendar online, the following attractions are reopening within the next few weeks at Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. These attractions have either been closed for refurbishment or they were closed as a result of the social distancing requirements in place at California theme parks per the State of California.
- Animation Academy: Scheduled to reopen on June 15
- Golden Zephyr: Scheduled to reopen on June 15
- Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough: Scheduled to reopen on June 15
- Sorcerer’s Workshop: Scheduled to reopen on June 15
- Davey Crockett’s Explorer Canoes: Scheduled to reopen on June 18
- Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer Island: Scheduled to reopen on June 20
- Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters: Scheduled to reopen on June 25
- Storybook Land Canal Boats: Scheduled to reopen on June 27
- Matterhorn Bobsleds: Scheduled to reopen on July 2
- Redwood Creek Challenge Trail: Scheduled to reopen on July 9
Keep in mind that the lengthy refurbishment for Jungle Cruise in Disneyland is scheduled to be done this summer, and that attraction will reopen with new scenes on July 15.
We’re still waiting for more details on the following attractions that remain closed at this time:
- Disneyland Monorail
- Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage
- Sailing Ship Columbia
- Star Wars Launch Bay
- Main Street Cinema
- Mickey’s House, Minnie’s House, Goofy’s Playhouse, Donald’s Boat, and Chip and Dale Treehouse
- The Disneyland Story Presenting Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln
- The Bakery Tour
- Red Car Trolley
Of all the attractions listed above that have yet to reopen, the one that fans are most eager to experience is the Disneyland Monorail. Due to protocols that have been in place since the theme parks reopened on April 30, the Disneyland Monorail could not operate. However, with social distancing ending and theme parks no longer being held to the same restrictions as they were, many experiences are returning. It’s unclear why the Disneyland Monorail will still be unavailable for the time being, but we will share more information when we know the details.
At this time, parades, fireworks, and other entertainment have not yet returned to the Disneyland Resort and are still suspended, but we have some hope for their return soon.
We will continue to update our website with more information on Disneyland Resort attraction operations as it becomes available. For the latest updates, follow Inside the Magic and visit the Disneyland Resort official website.
Do you have a Disneyland trip planned anytime soon? Are you happy that more attractions are reopening?