After more than three months bereft of magic and fun, the happiest place in Pudong is finally opening its gates back up.
Shanghai Disneyland will officially reopen to the public on May 11. Of course, visitor numbers will be limited for the time being.
To get in, you’ll have to reserve to book a ticket via the resort’s official online channels or through its travel partners. Tickets first go on sale on May 8 at 8 am and will not be available at the actual park itself.
On the day of their reservation, guests will have to present their health QR codes, have their temperature checked, and wear face masks during the entirety of their visit except when they are eating.
The theme park announced that the majority of its attractions, rides, shops, and restaurants would be open on May 11 though some interactive attractions and experiences, like children’s play areas, will remain closed along with theater shows, parades, and the nightly fireworks display.
You also won’t be able to get close-up photos with any of the characters, though they will be around to greet guests.
The rest of Disney’s parks around the world remain closed and have not yet announced plans for reopening.