4 Orlando Theme Park Openings During COVID-19

Theme parks across Central Florida are reopening with adjusted hours, limited capacity, and a host of new requirements. Get the latest information here.

As Florida lifts its stay-at-home order, Central Florida’s four main theme parks plan their reopening.

Walt Disney World | Opening TBD

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Walt Disney World theme parks and Disney owned-and-operated hotels remain closed until further notice. However, Disney Springs opened partially on May 20 . In addition, the park plans to open more spots on May 22 and May 27.

Universal Orlando Resort | Soft Reopen June 1 / Open To The Public June 5

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Universal Orlando Resort will reopen its parks to the public on June 5. The resort will offer soft reopenings for Team Members start June 1. Then, from June 3-4, only invited guests (like Annual Passholders) will be granted access.

Universal will require non-invasive temperature checks. As a result, guests with a temperature of 100.4 F will not be admitted.


  • Universal will provide one free disposable face covering to guests.
  • Play areas will remain closed.
  • Team Members will hand out 3D glasses individually.
  • The parks will use virtual lines at the highly-attended attractions, with Single Rider eliminated throughout.
  • There will be no post-show meet & greets. In addition, performers will remain on stage for pictures.
  • Brochure racks for maps will be eliminated. However, Team Members will hand out maps and notices individually.
  • The Resort encourages guests to utilize the park’s mobile app, instead of using of paper maps.

SeaWorld Orlando | Opening TBD

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All SeaWorld Orlando theme parks are closed until further notice. If you would like to learn more, access the latest information here.

LegoLand Florida Resort | Opening June 1

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LEGOLAND® Florida theme park & water park reopens on June 1. During the opening, here’s what to expect:

Book your tickets and vacations in advance online. Cash is no longer accepted on property.

The park will operate at 50% capacity.

Temperature checks are required. Guests with temperatures of 100.4 F or above will not be allowed entry, nor will those in their party.


  • All employees will wear facial coverings.
  • LEGOLAND will provide complimentary masks for all guests ages 3 and above.
  • The resort has added more than 200 hand sanitizing stations throughout the park.
  • The park will suspend character meet and greets and other select attractions at the time of reopening.

LEGOLAND will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. LEGOLAND Waterpark will be open daily from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Visit their website for more information.

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