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  • On Dec 21, 2021
    Linda from NV Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    what are the covid requirements to enter the parks

    Hi Linda!

    Thank you so much for stopping by planDisney! It looks like you are visiting us this summer and the week of Disneyland Park's 67th anniversary on July 17, 2022! One of my most favorite things to do on or around the anniversary is to spend some time going on a few classic, opening day attractions. Some of my personal favorites include the Mad Tea Party, Jungle Cruise and Peter Pan's Flight! I love to take a minute and soak in the magic of where it all began!

    And speaking of magic, it is surely in full swing here at the Happiest Place on Earth, with a few amended procedures to account for these current times. While you are not required to show proof of vaccination or testing, the State of California strongly recommends being fully vaccinated or obtaining a negative COVID-19 test before visiting the Disneyland Resort. All guests (ages 2 and up), regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear face coverings while indoors, which includes wearing them on many attractions and all enclosed transportation vehicles, such as the Disneyland Monorail. Face coverings are optional for outdoor common areas.

    Another update I like to remind Guests about is that in addition to valid theme park admission, you will also need to secure a park reservation for each day of your visit. The good news is that this is easily done at the time you purchase your tickets and even if you have already have tickets in hand. I like to check the theme park reservation calendar before purchasing to ensure the park I am hoping to visit has availability for my preferred date. If you already have tickets and reservations are not available for your preferred park, we recommend continuing to check back as guests are always modifying their plans and reservations can (and often do!) open up! When making a park reservation, you will be asked to choose either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park. If you have a Park Hopper, you will be asked to choose the park where you would like to begin your day, with park hopping available after 1 p.m (based on availability).

    As a general rule of thumb, I always like to check for any new policies and procedures closer to my travel date as they are subject to change. The latest information is easily available on the Disneyland Resort website and, of course, we at planDisney are here to answer any and all questions as well! 

    I hope this helps in your planning and that your vacation is filled with lots of pixie-dusted magic! Thanks again for stopping by planDisney!


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Meet the Panelist: Tara, Pennsylvania

Hello from Philly! Disney Parks have been my heart and soul since my 3-year old feet first hit Main Street, U.S.A. Nothing compares to the burst of pure joy, nostalgia and magic that I feel EVERY time I enter the gates! I love planning Disney vacations and have been known to convert a non-believer or two in one magical afternoon. Whether it's park days with friends, multi-generational trips, toddling around with kids or flying solo, I'm ready to help you personalize the magic at the Happiest Place On Earth! Learn More About Tara

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