Due to coronavirus, the Walt Disney World Resort, back in May, cancelled every single reservation that had been made and updated their policy so that Advance Dining Reservations could only be made 60 days in advance. However, Disney didn’t open up reservations at that point. Instead they said they would become available at a later date. That time to make reservations is now, for select Guests, anyway.
Beginning tomorrow, June 30, if you were someone who had an active dining reservation on or before September 2, 2020 that was cancelled on May 28 due to the temporary closure of Walt Disney World Resort, you’ll have the opportunity to make new dining reservations beginning on June 30. Guests will be able to make their new dining reservations up to 60 days in advance of arrival.
In addition, during this initial window, Guests also make reservations for the following experiences:
- Capture Your Moment photo experience
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
- Droid Depot
Walt Disney World Resort Hotels
- Ft. Wilderness Archery Experience
- Horseback riding
- Wilderness Back Trail Adventure
- Fishing excursions
- Private pool cabanas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Dining and experience reservations for Walt Disney World Resort hotel and theme park locations available during initial reopening may only be booked online during this time. Reservations will not be available through the My Disney Experience app during this advance window.
Dining and experience reservations will reopen at a later date for Guests.