Florida theme parks are sharing an update on their reopening plans.
Both Universal Studios and Walt Disney World have released statements on their plans following the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
Both parks, along with Legoland, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens, have been closed for the last couple of days, due to the severe weather.
Universal has several areas that were left flooded, including a couple of attractions.
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“We continue to conduct assessment and recovery efforts across our entire destination with the safety of our guests and team members being our top priority,” Universal shared in a statement. We expect to begin a phased reopen of portions of our destination for our hotel guests only beginning Friday, Sept. 30.”
For Disney, they shared, “We continue to closely monitor weather conditions as we assess the impact of Hurricane Ian on our property. While theme parks and many operating areas remain closed to guests today, we anticipate weather conditions to improve this evening. Walt Disney World Resort will resume theme park and Disney Springs operations in a phased approach starting on Friday, Sept. 30.”
While this is just an early plan for phased reopening, things could of course change.
Guests can visit UniversalOrlando.com and WaltDisneyWorld.com for the latest updates, as well as checking their respective social media pages.
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