Disney’s theme parks introduce some new rules for visitors

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Disney's theme parks introduce some new rules for visitors
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Disney has updated the rules of its theme parks. The new regulations are for visitors in all parks and are already in effect.

Visitors should check the rules at the Theme Park they are visiting beforehand. There will be some differences, depending on the park.

Some of the new rules, which are common for all Disney theme parks are as following. The first one is that there’s no more smoking allowed at all. The designated smoking areas are removed, The Travel reports.

Also among the new rules is the new maximum stroller size. The have to be no more than 31” (79cm) wide and 52” (132cm) long.

Disney’s Theme Parks also ban loose ice and dry ice. This means to use reusable ice packs. The Food and Beverage locations will also offer free ice cups. Just don’t bring in your own ice, basically.

The new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge ride in Disney will require reservations until June 23, 2019. After that there will be a virtual que via the Disneyland app. And you will need it to get a “boarding pass” to get into the ride.

Another rule for Galaxy’s Edge – if you’re 14 years old or older, you can’t go there dressed in a costume or wearing a mask of any sort. Younger guests can wear some masks and costumes. Eyes have to be visible. The rule applies even if you have bought something from Galaxy’s Edge own shop. It’s meant for safety.