When Will Your Favorite Theme Parks Reopen?
SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa opened their new advance reservation system to theme park fans this morning, and Universal Studios Japan reopened its gates to local annual passholders.
Let's recap the current line-up of reopening dates for theme parks across the country. Parks marked with an asterisk(*) will require advance reservations to visit, even for annual and season passholders. Other parks might require reservations as they announce their plans.
The following theme parks are open already:
- June 1: Legoland Florida
- June 1: Frontier City*
- June 5: Universal Orlando - Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, Volcano Bay (Passholders starting June 3)
Here are upcoming reopening dates that have been confirmed by their parks:
- June 11: SeaWorld Orlando*
- June 11: Busch Gardens Tampa*
- June 15: Silver Dollar City* (Passholders on June 13)
- June 17: Dollywood* (Passholders on June 15)
- June 17: Holiday World
- June 19: SeaWorld San Antonio*
- June 22: Six Flags Over Texas* (Passholders and members on June 19)
- June 22: Six Flags Over Georgia* (Passholders and members on June 15
- June 22: Six Flags Fiesta Texas* (Passholders and members on June 19)
- June 22: Worlds of Fun* (Passholders only. Daily ticket sales TBA.)
- June 29: Kentucky Kingdom
- July 3: Hersheypark* (Passholders on July 1)
- July 4: Six Flags Great Adventure* (Passholders on July 3)
- July 11: Walt Disney World* - Magic Kingdom, Disney's Animal Kingdom
- July 11: Cedar Point* (Passholders on July 9, Open to passholders and on-site hotel guests only from July 12. Daily ticket sales TBA.)
- July 11: Kennywood* (Passholders on July 7)
- July 12: Kings Island* (Passholders on July 2)
- July 15: Walt Disney World* - Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios
These parks have petitioned to reopen in July:
- July 17: Disneyland* - Disneyland, Disney California Adventure
- Universal Studios Hollywood
- SeaWorld San Diego
- Six Flags Magic Mountain*
- Legoland California
That leaves these parks, among the top 20 most-attended in the United States, that have not announced reopening plans:
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