Dining and Select Experience Reservations To Reopen 6/30 For Those Who Had Prior Reservations

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If you are a guest that had dining or select event reservations on or before September 2, 2020 that were cancelled as of May 28, due to the temporary closure of the Walt Disney World Resort you can make new reservations starting tomorrow, June 30th, up to 60 days of your arrival.

Disney Dining

You can learn more about dining information on the Disney Dining Page.

The time will likely be 7AM EST and you will have to call.

Call the Disney Reservation Center at (407) 824-1391 to check availability and make reservations. A valid Resort reservation for this time will be required to book your reservation. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.

Disney has also noted that character dining will have two modified options:

Character Dining will not be offered during the initial reopening, with the exception of modified Character Dining experiences at Garden Grill Restaurant and Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera.”

There will be those two locations available and we love the Garden Grill, it’s such a unique experience.

Disney Experiences

You can learn more about what to expect and what can be booked on the “Enchanted Extra’s” page.

Tomorrow you will also be able to call about your experience reservations:

Beginning June 30, eligible Guests with experience reservations previously cancelled due to the closure can call (407) 939-6690 to make reservations for available offerings. Eligible Disney Vacation Club Members can call Member Services at (800) 800-9800 for reservations.

During this initial window, Guests can check availability for the following experiences:

Magic Kingdom Park:

Disney’s Hollywood Studios:

Walt Disney World Resort Hotels:

At least you can re-book the Droid Depot, although Savi’s Workshop is still closed.

Those without cancelled reservations should be able to book in the near future, so keep your eyes open for information on that.

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Source: Disney


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