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Reservations are required to enter Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. To enter one of the theme parks, everyone 3 and older must buy a ticket and make a reservation for the day they want to visit the park through Disney’s Park Pass system. If you have a multi-day ticket, you will be required to make a park reservation for each date of your visit.

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Fastpass+ services are suspended and Annual Passholders are not guaranteed park entry. Fastpass+ lets you reserve access to select Walt Disney World theme park attractions, entertainment and character greetings in advance. The service is suspended to control capacity and maintain social distancing, according to Disney. Also, Disney says annual passes do not guarantee park entry and passholders are still required to make reservations using the new online system.

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Temperature checks with no-touch thermometers will be conducted before theme park entry. Temperature checks will also be conducted at other Walt Disney World Resort locations, including Disney Springs and table-service restaurants at Disney Resort hotels.

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Universal Orlando's first foray into Halloween Horror Nights 21 years ago involved one weekend, a single haunted house tucked away in the back of the park by the "Jaws" ride and some people in store-bought masks jumping out of dark corners.

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Operator error was to blame for an amputee Iraq war veteran's deadly fall from a roller coaster and the amusement park was cited for having improperly trained workers, state officials said Friday.

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Fourth-quarter results at entertainment giant Disney (NYSE: DIS) showed revenue up 4 percent over year-ago levels, to

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9.9 billion. Gains at its steady cable networks and a rebound in its broadcasting division were more than enough to offset declines at its theme parks and consumer products

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Shamu, meet your new parents. Anheuser-Busch InBev said Wednesday that it will sell its 10 theme parks in the U.S., including the three SeaWorlds and two Busch Gardens, to the private equity firm Blackstone Group for at least

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2.3 billion.

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Tulsa-based Spectacular Attractions dba Murphy Brothers Exposition, has signed a $2 million contract to buy the $30 million Wild West World th…

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