On Friday, the Texas-based theme park operator announced plans to reopen all 26 of its locations for the 2021 season, including five locations that stayed closed in 2020 due to continued coronavirus restrictions.
The changes to the ride will be made at Disneyland in California and the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Florida, the company said in a post.
The park had closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic but will reopen on July 2 as an animals-only experience with various talks from animal care specialists and animal demonstrations at outdoor venues.
The theme parks are set to begin reopening July 11.
Walt Disney World Resort in Florida suspending operations due to coronavirus concerns.
Disneyland announced on Thursday it will close till the end of the month to help stem the tide of the coronavirus outbreak.
SeaWorld performers will no longer stand on and ride dolphins, a practice that has been under heavy criticism from PETA and other animal rights activists over the past year.
San Francisco is pulling out all the stops to mark the 150th anniversary of Golden Gate Park in 2020. What better way to celebrate than bringing in an illuminated 150-foot Ferris wheel with sweeping views of the park and downtown San Francisco.
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Walt Disney World park-goers were stuck for hours aboard the Florida resort's newly launched aerial cable car system Saturday night, prompting firefighters to lift people from the gondolas to bring them back to the ground. There were no reported injuries.