As the world continues to fight against the ongoing pandemic, the Disney Parks are continuing to modify the safety and health protocols accordingly. For example, social distancing is no longer required at either Disney World or Disneyland and the physical distancing markers have already been removed in most places.
Disneyland Paris also recently updated their website and is no longer requiring or enforcing physical distancing at the theme parks. However, face masks are still required at all times, except when eating or at designated photo spots.
Now, we are seeing Disneyland Paris having to issue another capacity warning through November 7, 2021 due to the popularity of the Disney Halloween Festival.
The Disneyland Paris website is asking Guests to check availability before visiting unless they have a dated ticket, a Disney Hotel stay, or a Park reservation. This is due to the popularity of the Disney Halloween Festival.
Per the website:
Important information – Disney Halloween Festival until November 7
Due to the popularity of the Disney Halloween Festival, there are few places available until November 7, 2021. Be sure to check availability before coming to celebrate Halloween with us! To access the Disney Parks, you must have a dated ticket or have recorded your date of visit if you have an undated ticket or an Annual Pass. We look forward to welcoming you to Disneyland Paris!
If you have plans to visit Disneyland Paris in the near future, please ensure that you have a valid ticket and Park reservation prior to arriving. Additionally, a Health Pass is still required for entry in order to stay in line with French authorities’ latest requirements. Per the Disneyland Paris website:
In line with French authorities’ latest requirements, a Health Pass is required for any guests aged above 12 years and 2 months in order to visit the Disney Parks, the Disney Hotels and Disney Village. As this situation is evolving, we will continue to address your questions and update the dedicated page as needed.
For more information on safety protocols at the theme parks, visit the official Disneyland Paris website here.
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