Stroller Policy Updated at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts Ahead of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Opening

Guests visiting the Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts with strollers later this spring should take a moment to read up on what is allowed in the Disney Parks domestically. Today updates were announced to the stroller policy for both resorts. The changes were made to help ease guest flow and congestion in the parks. This has become an increasing concern ahead of the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge on May 31st at the Disneyland Park and August 29th at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Beginning on May 1, 2019, strollers must be 31” (79cm) wide and 52” (132cm) long or smaller. Stroller wagons will also no longer be allowed starting on May 1st. As was already the policy, wagons, in general, are not permitted.

Along with changes to the stroller policy, loose and dry ice will not be permitted at the Disney Parks either. It is suggested that guests use reusable ice packs if they wish to keep things cool. Cups of ice can also be found at food and beverage locations for no charge.

The change of stroller policy comes with other announcements made today that included new details for parking at the Disneyland Resort and also a smoking ban. Be sure to subscribe to DAPS MAGIC to not miss any updates coming to the Disney Parks!

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