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Disneyland Finally Welcomes Back Out-of-State Visitors

California Theme Parks News
by Jori Ayers May 28, 2021

If you’ve been itching to visit Mickey Mouse, there’s not much longer to wait. Disneyland in Anaheim, California, will welcome back out-of-state visitors as soon as June 15, 2021.

Disneyland reopened its gates to California residents on April 30, 2021, but the rest of the country can now start planning a trip to the popular park.

Disneyland will continue to enforce mask-wearing indoors and social distancing to keep everyone safe. Guests will not have access to those skip-the-line programs like Masspass and Extra Magic Hours, and some attractions and shows will remain closed.

If you are looking to plan a trip to Disneyland, you’ll need to make a reservation for the day and park you want to visit. Reservations for out-of-state visitors opened on May 26, The Points Guy reported.

Disneyland recommends that visitors have been fully vaccinated or have had a negative COVD-19 test before visiting. Neither is mandatory to get into the parks.

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