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If you are heading to Disneyland in June, you may be wondering what you can look forward to. We are sharing everything you can look forward to at Disneyland Resort in June, from special events, to parades and shows, and even talking about expected crowd levels.
Disneyland in June 2020
June 2020…. what is happening at Disneyland? Well, at this time… nothing. Disneyland resort is currently not open. The 2020 health crisis has resulted in a closure of Disneyland Resort. BUT, could it reopen soon?
The Disneyland Resort closed mid-March 2020 due to the global health pandemic. Originally the closure was announced for 2 weeks, but at the end of March was updated to be closed “until further notice.” For a while, the Disneyland Resort accepted reservations beginning June 1, 2020. But in late April or early May (all the days blend together now) they updated to say they are accepting reservations beginning July 1, 2020.
Guests with dining reservations in early to mid June have been receiving cancellation notices. Late June doesn’t seem to have had cancellations yet.
Does this mean there is a chance that Disneyland Resort may open in June? We don’t know, but I honestly doubt it. You can follow my Facebook page as that will be the first place I post when an opening date is announced. In fact, I noticed an update to the ticket policy for expirations and immediately hopped on my page and did a live. Expect the same when we get an official opening date, or another major announcement.
Below you can find general information about Disneyland in June as a reference for if you want to plan a vacation in June of future years.
June at Disneyland – June Gloom and Annual Pass Block Outs
Also in June, we tend to see “June Gloom” hit Southern California. So if you are hoping for a sunny, Southern California get away, you may be in for a surprise. In June you will want to pack in layers, and be prepared for rain, fog, and an all around mugginess.
Disneyland crowds in June can vary greatly, but as Annual passes are blocked out, you will actually see crowds lower.
Need to re-book your June Trip? Here is when we suggest going!
If you had a vacation booked during June at Disneyland, and are now hoping to rebook, here is what you need to know.
If you booked through Get Away Today, you are taken care of!
If you booked your vacation via Get Away Today, know that they are taking care of their customers and being proactive. If your vacation has been affected by the closure, they will automatically issue you a credit to your account so that you can reschedule your vacation.
Not able to reschedule, and need money back? Contact them via phone, or preferably Facebook message to reach someone.
Why should you reschedule your Disneyland vacation instead of cancel?
One reason you should reschedule your vacation instead of cancelling is that your tickets (with newly extended expiration dates) have locked in prices. This is especially true for those who locked in the prices before the February price increase (on both tickets and MaxPass prices good through 2020) and the Spring 2020 ticket deals (Spring deals now extended expiration through December 2021… these are no longer available for purchase though!).
Another reason to reschedule is that Get Away Today has locked in many deals for those rescheduling their vacations instead of cancelling. Disneyland hotels are offering a comeback offer, and Get Away Today has worked with other area hotels to provide special rates to their guests.
When to visit Disneyland Resort
When you reschedule your vacation, you may be wondering when you should book your vacation for. At this time, Disneyland Resort is accepting reservations beginning July 1, 2020.
With that in mind, I definitely suggest planning for a fall, or holiday visit to Disneyland to hopefully have the parks fully open. I have a feeling we will see a phased opening, or “soft opening” of the parks at first.
Halloween Time At Disneyland
Halloween is a great time to visit Disneyland. In fact it is one of my family’s favorite times to visit. From ride overlays, to specialty food items, and of course, Oogie Boogie Bash, there is a lot to do at Disneyland at Halloween Time.
Halloween at Disneyland runs around the second week of September through October 31, 2020.
Holidays at Disneyland
The holidays at Disneyland are super magical. I love heading to Disneyland during this time as it always gets me in the Holiday spirit. The parks go all out for the holidays, decorating almost every land, holding the Festival of Holidays, parades, special fireworks and more.
The holidays at Disneyland begin around the second week in November and continue through the first week of January.