What is Disney World current capacity?
Bob Chapek States Walt Disney World Theme Parks Remain at 25% Capacity; Attendance Will Remain Capped Until CDC Guidelines Change.
Is Disney World at full capacity now?
Walt Disney World Resort was given the green light to return to full capacity a while ago as Florida Governor DeSantis allowed for it, but Disney World has not yet increased capacity to the extent of removing its cap. However, we do know that they have and will continue to increase their capacity.
How many people are allowed in a Disney park per day?
Let’s use 100,000 as the Magic Kingdom capacity because it’s a round number. According to TEA estimates, Magic Kingdom welcomed 20,963,000 guests in 2019, an average of 57,433 guests per day.
What’s closed in Disney World?
Current and Upcoming Closures and Openings for Walt Disney World
|Refurbishments – Attraction or Dining Venue||Closes|
|A Pirate’s Adventure ~ Treasures of the Seven Seas (Attraction)||3/14/20|
|Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique (Attraction)||3/15/20|
|Aunt Polly’s Dockside Inn (Dining)||3/16/20|
|Hoedown Happening (Attraction)||3/16/20|
Is Disney back to 100 capacity?
While Walt Disney World and Disneyland are still “not quite 100% open at this point,” Chapek said—Walt Disney World’s hotel capacity is still at 70%, for instance, and some restaurants are still closed—the company is still planning to “scale our business and get closer and closer to 100% capacity.”