Disneyland Paris will not be reopening for the holidays as it had originally hoped. In an announcement posted on the Disneyland Paris website and also social media, Disneyland Paris informed guests that it would be remaining closed until February 12th. This is because of the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on France.

While we were hoping to be able to reopen during the Christmas holiday season, the latest government measures announced for France do not allow us to deliver the Disneyland Paris experience and therefore the destination will remain closed until 12 February 2021.
We look forward to welcoming you upon our reopening. In the meantime, if you have a booking with us during the period we are closed, please check here for our latest commercial conditions.
We thank you for your continued loyalty and understanding.

This update comes just days after Disneyland Paris had strengthed its mask policy. Originally, it was required that anyone 11 years old or older would be required to wear masks. The updated policy required all ages. However, French President Macron ruled out any reopenings of theme parks in France for the holidays.

For now, it is expected that Disneyland Paris will be reopening in February. However, this could change if COVID-19 conditions don’t improve in France. Disneyland Paris and the Disneyland Resort in California are now the two Disney resorts that remain closed due to coronavirus. Disneyland Paris originally closed early this spring and reopened in July. It then closed its gates again in October as the coronavirus cases grew worse in France.

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