Jun 23, 2021
On June 15, 2021, Disneyland opened to out-of-state guests. With California's State Restrictions lifted, Disneyland quickly removed mask mandates and social distancing requirements. What are the parks like now that those are gone? And what else must guests planning a summer vacation to Disneyland know before visiting the parks?
From what restrictions are in place, to grabbing a virtual queue boarding group, Disneyland tried to return to a "mostly normal" operation, but what was it really like? Becca and Leslie weigh in on how Disneyland is doing and if they think now is a good time to visit the parks.
Before we get into this episode's show notes, we want to make sure that our listeners are prepared for their Disneyland vacation. Disneyland is requiring reservations to enter the parks.
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In this episode of the podcast, Becca, from this Crazy Adventure Called Life, and Leslie, from Trips with Tykes, talk about the changes at Disneyland on June 15, 2021. Both of them were in the parks that week.
From Leslie being their June 14th (the last day of restrictions) to June 16th, and Becca being there June 15 - 18th, they compare notes of their experiences and tell you what to be prepared for if you plan on visiting the parks soon.
Here is what we cover in this episode of the podcast:
After listening to this episode, you might also find these articles and past episodes helpful in planning your Disneyland visit: