Full listing of attractions, shopping and entertainment for Walt Disney World's reopening

Jun 20, 2020 in "The Walt Disney Company"

Posted: Saturday June 20, 2020 12:12pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Here is the full listing of the attractions, shops and entertainment that will be available at Walt Disney World following its July 11 phased reopening.


Magic Kingdom

When Magic Kingdom park reopens on July 11, the following attractions, entertainment and shops will be available.

Attractions

"it's a small world”
Astro Orbiter
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Country Bear Jamboree
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Jungle Cruise
Liberty Square Riverboat
Mad Tea Party
Mickey's PhilharMagic
Peter Pan's Flight
Pirates of the Caribbean
Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom
Space Mountain
Splash Mountain
Swiss Family Treehouse
The Barnstormer
The Hall of Presidents
The Haunted Mansion
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Tom Sawyer Island
Tomorrowland Speedway
Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover
Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress
Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room

Entertainment

Main Street Philharmonic
Character Cavalcades throughout the day, with Guest-favorite Disney friends appearing along the parade route—which will include:
The Royal Princess Processional
Mickey & Friends Cavalcade
Fantasyland Friends Cavalcade
A Goofy Cavalcade
Tinker Bell & the Lost Treasure

Shops

Arribas Brothers
Baby Care
Big Al's
Box Office Gifts
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin Photos
Crystal Arts
Emporium
Fantasy Faire
Hundred Acre Goods
Island Supply by Sunglass Hut
Main Street Confectionery
Memento Mori
Mickey's Star Traders
Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar
Rubio Arts
Sir Mickey’s
Splashdown Photos
Strollers & Wheelchairs
The Chapeau
Tomorrowland Light & Power Co.
TTC Cart / Wheelchairs
Uptown Jewelers & Cinema
Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe

Disney's Animal Kingdom

When Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park reopens on July 11, the following attractions, entertainment and shops will be available.

Attractions

Affection Section
Avatar Flight of Passage
DINOSAUR
Discovery Island Trails
Expedition Everest – Legend of the Forbidden Mountain
Festival of the Lion King
Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail
It’s Tough to be a Bug!
Kali River Rapids
Kilimanjaro Safaris
Maharajah Jungle Trek
Na'vi River Journey
The Animation Experience at Conservation Station
The Oasis Exhibits
TriceraTop Spin
Wilderness Explorers
Wildlife Express

Entertainment

Character Cruises throughout the day, with Guest-favorite Disney friends appearing in boats around Discovery River—including the following:
Discovery River Character Cruise
Discovery Island Drummers
Donald’s Dino Boat Bash!
Mickey & Friends Flotilla

Shops

Africa Hub Cart
African Heritage Wood Carving
Baby Care
Chester and Hester's Dinosaur Treasures
Discovery Trading Company
Garden Gate Gifts & Strollers
Kilimanjaro Safari Cart
Mandala Gifts
Mombasa Marketplace
Out Of The Wild
Serka Zong Bazaar
The Dino Institute Shop
Windtraders

EPCOT

When EPCOT reopens on July 15, the following attractions, entertainment and shops will be available.

Attractions

Awesome Planet
Canada Far and Wide
Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival
Friendship Lagoon Boats
Frozen Ever After
Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros
Impressions de France
Journey Into Imagination with Figment
Kidcot (modified)
Living with the Land
Mission: SPACE
Reflections of China
Soarin' Around the World
Spaceship Earth
Test Track
The American Adventure
The Seas with Nemo & Friends
Turtle Talk with Crush
Walt Disney Imagineering presents the Epcot Experience

Entertainment

America Gardens Theatre Presents… featuring popular EPCOT performers such as:
JAMMitors
Mariachi Cobre
Character Cavalcades throughout the day, featuring favorite Disney friends traveling around World Showcase promenade—including:
Frozen Promenade
Mickey & Friends World Tour
Princess Promenade

Shops

African Heritage
Arribas Brothers
Art of Disney
Baby Care
Canada Cart
China Kiosk
Disney Traders
Galerie Des Halles
Gateway Gifts
Glas Und Porcellan
ImageWorks
Karamell Kuche
La Bottega Italiana
Mexico Indoor Plaza
Mission: SPACE Cargo
Mitsukoshi
Mouse Gear Temporary Location
Pin Traders - Camera Center
Port of Entry
Puffin's Roost
Sea Base Alpha Gift Shop
Strollers & Wheelchairs
Tea Caddy
Test Track Simporium
Wood Carver
World Traveler

Disney's Hollywood Studios

When Disney’s Hollywood Studios reopens on July 15, the following attractions, entertainment and shops will be available.

Attractions

Alien Swirling Saucers
Lightning McQueen's Racing Academy
Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway
Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
Muppet*Vision 3D
Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith
Slinky Dog Dash
Star Tours – The Adventures Continue
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror™
Toy Story Mania!
Vacation Fun (at Mickey Shorts Theater)
Walt Disney Presents

Entertainment

Character Cavalcades throughout the day, with favorite Disney friends appearing along Hollywood Boulevard—including:
Disney Junior Stars Motorcade
Mickey & Friends Motorcade
Pixar Motorcade

Shops

Celebrity 5 & 10
Crossroads of the World
Dok Ondar's Den of Antiquities
Droid Depot Experience
Droid Depot Store
In Character
Legends of Hollywood
Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway
Mickey's Of Hollywood
Movieland Memorabilia
Once Upon A Time
Sid Cahuenga's One-of-a-Kind
Rock Around The Shop
Rubio Arts
Strollers & Wheelchairs
Tatooine Traders
The Market
Tower Hotel Gifts
Toy Story Mania Shop

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JohnDOct 26, 2020

Yep. I was there all last week. Most of the time, the PA announcement is from the familiar announcer you hear on buses. However, from time to time, I would hear the recording of a British woman making the same announcement. And don't think you won't hear it in Galaxy's Edge or Pandora to preserve theming. Nope. Announcements are park-wide.

wdwmagicOct 26, 2020

Yep these have a bit out for a couple of weeks now. They have definitely had to make it clear that it isn't optional.

Sweet ThingOct 26, 2020

I visited Animal Kingdom yesterday and noticed new signage and announcements stating that guests who do not follow the mask rules will be asked to leave. I did notice more cast members firmly asking guests to stop while eating, make sure their masks were covering their noses, or put their masks back on while taking photos. I spoke to a few cast members and every single one said they just want things to return to normal as quickly as possible and these rules are the only way. I witnessed a couple of cast get ignored by guests when enforcing the rules. Those cast members contacted their supervisors to give descriptions of those guests not complying. I can't remember ever seeing the company take a firm stand like this before.

Giss NericOct 18, 2020

I'm just kidding. It's all lies. I just wanted to switch the topic for a while.

GimpYancIentOct 17, 2020

Ok, so a guy wore a mask with some wording on it. He Wore A Mask properly! No one care's what was written on it.

drizgirlOct 17, 2020

You were about to report someone wearing a mask correctly?

LilofanOct 17, 2020

Easier to fire third party for a poor job.

LilofanOct 17, 2020

If third party crews get hurt on the job, Disney doesn't have to pick up their medical / injury costs. That could run into hundreds of thousands of dollars or even more depending on the severity of the injury.

Giss NericOct 17, 2020

I saw a guy in Magic Kingdom recently with a custom made mask that says "WORN BY FORCE, NOT BY CHOICE." I kinda felt that he was trouble already. I'm was about to report it to a CM but decided to let it go since he's not doing anything wrong anyways. It's just a silent protest. I saw him two times after that while walking in Fantasyland and the other while in the queue at Big Thunder. In all fairness to him, he was wearing the mask and wearing it correctly at both times.

ElvisMickeyOct 16, 2020

You’re hilarious, Oswald Cobblepot 🙄

JoeCamelOct 16, 2020

Do not have to pay bennies as JohnD said and shifts liability to the third party if they are installed improperly

JohnDOct 16, 2020

Part time, no more than 29 hours. Don't have to pay benefits unlike full time CMs. Hourly rate is also probably less than for full time CMs also.

Goofnut1980Oct 16, 2020

How is this cheaper than having on staff maintenance crews perform the work?

MisterPenguinOct 16, 2020

That baby carriage is not allowed in WDW!!